Our researchers produce a range of materials, including papers and briefs, presentations, datasets and survey tools.  For additional resources, select the Research tab above.

Contextual Factors and Youth Tobacco Use: Policy Linkages

Chaloupka FJ. Addiction, 98(Suppl 1): 147-149, 2003.

This paper provides a short commentary on the set of papers contained in this special issue that discuss various contextual factors that affect youth smoking. It highlights the interrelationships between the economic and policy factors, media influences, community factors, peer influences and familial factors that impact on youth smoking. Particular emphasis is given to the direct effects of prices and policies on youth smoking, and to the indirect effects of these factors as they work through the other contextual factors.

Sign Up to Receive News and Updates

Join our mailing list for updates, news and announcements about recent publications and new research. You may unsubscribe at any time.

Join the Email List