TITLE

PREVALENCIA Y FACTORES ASOCIADOS AL CONSUMO DE TABACO EN ADOLESCENTES DE UNA PREPARTORIA DE GUADALAJARA, JALISO, MÉXICO

AUTHOR(S)
Nuño-Gutiérrez; Alvarez-Nemegyei, José; Madrigal-de León, Eduardo; Rasmussen-Cruz, Bettylú
PUB. DATE
October 2005
SOURCE
Salud Mental;oct2005, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p64
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The prevalence of tobacco use among students is apparently higher than in the general population. Several studies carried out in school population have found an increasing tendency in tobacco consumption, proportionally higher in women, which allows to identify similar consumption patterns in men and women. One of these studies estimated that the consumption frequency increases between 0.7% and 7% in three years. Nonetheless, another study points out to the fact that the Latin American and Caribbean youth population structure is an element that will favor the increase of the rate of smokers in the next years. Some of the risk factors identified arc the tobacco consumption by other family members, a low perception of consumption risk, inclination towards tobacco use, to not deem the possibility of becoming a regular smoker, social tolerance, high availability and access to cigarettes, low school performance, to have friends that smoke, the search of a social image, a means of weigh control, search for a glamorous behavior, assert the transition between childhood and adulthood, the constant tobacco publicity in the media, the low supervision and the low monitoring by parents.
ACCESSION #
19329256

 

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