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ERIC Number: EJ029929
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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ISSN: ISSN-0022-4391
Smoking and Youth: Contributions to the Study of Smoking Behavior in High School Students
Kahn, Esther B.
Journal of School Health, 40, 10, 561-562, Dec '70
This study reflects the findings of previous studies as reported in the literature. This paper establishes a signi6931nt 496f5r5nce between males and females as to reasons for smoking. Males start because their parents smoke or their siblings smoke. That which most effectively deters them is a concern for health. Females are more open to experimentation, less influenced by parental behavior, and most frequently deterred by social desirability. (Author)
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