3 edition of Social influences on adolescent smoking found in the catalog.
Social influences on adolescent smoking
by Laurentian University, Human Development Department in Sudbury, Ont
Written in English
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|Pagination||vii, 151 l. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
Sociocultural Influences on Smoking and Drinking Janet Kay Bobo, Ph.D., and Corinne Husten, M.D. Numerous research studies have shown that sociocultural factors influence the initiation and continued use of alcohol and tobacco among adolescents and adults. Few studies have. OBJECTIVES: The goal was to identify individual and social predictors of progression to daily smoking by the end of high school among youths who initiated smoking by grade 8. METHODS: The analysis sample of adolescent smokers was taken from the Raising Healthy Children project. Data were taken from annual interviews in grades 7 and Daily smoking was .
This research examines the relative importance of parental and friends' influences on adolescents' smoking behavior and changes in the effects of social influences during adolescence. Data were collected at 4 times from 7th to 9th grades. The Contribution of Influence and Selection to Adolescent Peer Group Homogeneity: The Case of Adolescent Cigarette Smoking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67(4), pp Journal.
This book presents new findings on several key aspects of adolescent development. First, it describes research that examines cognitive development in early adolescence on the following topics: developmental analyses of general cognitive ability; parent-offspring analyses of specific cognitive abilities; stability and change in reading performance; and memory ability in middle . Smoking damages nearly every organ of the body. Smoking-related cancers include lung, mouth, stomach, kidney, bladder, and cervix, among others. Cigarette smoking has been linked to about 90 percent of all cases of lung cancer, and tobacco is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. 1.
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Family, friend, and peer influences are sources of behavioral models and social support that are predictors for smoking and its initiation (Vink et al., ).
Haddock et al. () stated that social factors are the strongest predictors of tobacco use; for example, having friends who smoke and view smoking as attractive significantly increases Author: Veteran Populations, Stuart Bondurant, Roberta Wedge.
The present study tested whether or not these cultural and social influences were associated with smoking among Hispanics, thus achieving two research aims: adding recommended clarity to the role of social influences on smoking among Hispanic adolescents, and informing the literature on Hispanic emerging by: 4.
The objectives of this project were to conduct a comprehensive study of social influences on smoking behavior using an agent‐based modeling approach.
Adolescent smoking behavior is modeled File Size: 1MB. Peer Influences on Adolescent Cigarette Smoking: A Theoretical Review of the Literature Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Substance Use. Theory of Triadic Influence and adolescent smoking acquisition.
A major contemporary theory pertinent to understanding adolescent smoking acquisition is the Theory of Triadic Influence (TTI; Petraitis, Flay, & Miller, ; Flay, Petraitis, & Hu, ), which is based on over 20 years of extant posits that there are direct and interactive influences of social and.
Adolescence is a period of life during which peers play a pivotal role in decision-making. The narrative of social influence during adolescence often revolves around risky and maladaptive decisions, like driving under the influence, and using illegal substances (Steinberg, ).
However, research has also shown that social influence can lead to increased. Smoking tobacco is part of many societies and cultures. It is also a major cause of many diseases, including cancers. There are many factors that play significant roles in influencing people to smoke, but the most common ones appear to be peer pressure, family history of smoking and the tobacco industry's advertising and media campaigns portraying smoking as.
Mercken L, Snijders TAB, Steglich C, Vertiainen E, de Vries H. Smoking-based selection and influence in gender-segregated friendship networks: a social network analysis of adolescent smoking. Addiction. b; (7)– Introduction: Although differing levels of family influences may explain some of the varying racial/ethnic trends in adolescent smoking behavior, clarification of which influences are protective against smoking may aid in the development of future ethnic-specific smoking prevention interventions.
Introduction: Adolescence presents a range of physical, mental, psychosexual and social changes. Teenagers influenced by endogenous or exogenous psychosocial factors, resort to using hard drugs or. Parental smoking appears to be more influential for girls than for boys; [9,12,13] this finding was particularly pronounced for the influence of smoking mothers on adolescent.
Smoking or injecting a drug increases the likelihood the substance will become addictive to a user, for instance. The connection between social media and teen drug use is one that can influence your adolescent’s interest in using tobacco or drugs and drinking alcohol.
The study panel that produced the National Research Council (NRC) report Losing Generations concluded that communities and institutions that surround adolescents, which include families, neighborhoods, schools, health systems, and employment and training centers, are increasingly challenged by changing social and economic conditions within the larger.
Social influence-based models of smoking prevention or intervention address peer influences to smoke (e.g., cigarette offer refusal skills). However, research suggests that in order to lessen peer influences on smoking behavior among depressed adolescents, it may also be important to address peer issues from the standpoint of adolescent.
Smoking among youth and adolescents is an issue that affects countries worldwide. While the extent to which smoking is viewed as a negative health behavior may vary across different nations, it remains an issue regardless of how it is perceived by different societies.
The United States has taken numerous measures, ranging from changes in national policy surrounding. Preventing tobacco product use among youth is critical to ending the tobacco epidemic in the United States.
Tobacco product use is started and established primarily during adolescence. 1,2 Nearly 9 out of 10 daily cigarette smokers first try cigarettes by and 99% first try smoking by age 2 Each day in the U.S. about 1, youth under 18 years of age smoke their first.
The paper reviews this debate on smoking and stigma. It notes that individuals are represented by their smoking status; other social differences are typically treated as secondary.
Thus, while the links between disadvantage and smoking are acknowledged, social class remains on the margins of the debate. This research examines the viability of a theoretical perspective which combines social bonding theory and differential association theory in explaining the initiation and cessation of adolescent tobacco use.
Three-year panel data collected from seventh- to twelfth-grade adolescents were analyzed using differences in means tests and discriminant analysis.
The findings indicate. Dan Romer has conducted research at the Annenberg School and Policy Center sincefocusing on media and social influences on adolescent health with particular attention to the social transmission of risky behavior.
He has studied the effects of local television news on race relations and inter-group tension. This review addresses peer group influences on adolescent smoking with a particular focus on recently published longitudinal studies that have investigated the topic.
Specifically, we examine the theoretical explanations for how social influence works with respect to adolescent smoking; discuss the association between peer and adolescent smoking;. rental smoking remains an important influence on the smoking initiation of adolescents (Vitaro et al., ).
Parental influence on adolescent smoking initiation ex-tends beyond tobacco use, as various studies suggest that specific components of the parent-adolescent relationship also have an impact on adolescent smoking.
For example.The aim of the present study was to identify risk factors for smoking among Hispanic adolescents and determine whether these factors continued to influence smoking into emerging adulthood.
Data were drawn from Hispanics in the greater Los Angeles. Influences on adolescent smoking behaviour: siblings’ smoking and norms in the social environment do matter. M.I.K. Von Bothmer M.S.c.N. RNT. Corresponding Author. School of Social and Health Sciences, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sweden and.