Instead, they continued to transform their drug into the stuff of childhood, and hook the kids we work so hard to protect.
In light of the well-documented health consequences of smoking, it will most likely come as little surprise to the reader that the majority of this literature has emerged from the field of public health. Indeed, the study of tobacco use and how to control its consumption has spawned its own distinct subfield: Much of the literature produced by this field is devoted to studies aiming to evaluate the effects of tobacco control policies e.
In the interests of keeping the bibliography contained, I have prioritized accounts that look beyond the health effects of efforts to control tobacco use and consider this topic from a perspective that focuses on the social effects of such interventions.
Although few criminologists have written about tobacco use, a number of legal scholars, ethicists, sociologists, anthropologists, and historians have examined the social aspects of tobacco usage and control. General Overviews A key resource on tobacco control policies and approaches is the journal Tobacco Controlwhich provides a good orientation to the research being undertaken in this area.
Several documents have also been particularly influential in setting national and international tobacco control agendas: The World Health Organization WHO also releases a series of annual reports that detail the interventions and approaches it endorses:California Department of Public Health, California Tobacco Control Program.
California Student Tobacco Survey, / Sacramento, CA; -Tobacco companies said that it only covers cigarettes, cigarette tobacco, roll-your-own tobacco, and smokeless tobacco; and cigars are excluded from the control of FDA -Several tobacco companies have begun selling small flavored cigars, which increased fears that marketing tobacco products to children is likely to continue.
Tobacco Control Initiative in Davidson County. The Community Development and Planning Division has initiated a comprehensive effort to reduce tobacco use by youth and to increase the number of smoke-free public places and work places in Nashville.
UKCTAS is a network of 13 universities (12 in the UK, one in New Zealand) funded by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration. Conducting research, teaching and policy work into tobacco and alcohol, both important public health concerns.
The general purposes of the Alcohol & Tobacco Commission's work, as defined by law, are. Tobacco use is a leading global disease risk factor and underlying cause of ill health, preventable death, and disability.
It is estimated to kill more than 7 million people each year across the globe, accounting for more deaths each year than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined.