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Community and social norms

Despite the increase in tobacco mass media countermeasures, secondhand smoke policies, tobacco access restrictions, tax and pricing policies, and availability of services and products to support cessation over the past 20 years, smoker quit rates have not improved. Community and social norms research looks at strategies to reduce the cancer burden by increasing smoker quit rates.

Current Projects

Countering Young Adult Marketing
Also listed under: Mass media countermeasures, Tobacco industry marketing and promotion

Networks Among Tribal Organizations for Clean Air Policies (NATO CAP)
Also listed under: Secondhand smoke policies

Nonsmokers and Tobacco Control Norms: Population Surveys and Intervention Studies