Hispanic girls smoking cigarettes
Latino cigarette smoking patterns by gender in a US national sample
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Skip to search form Skip to main content. A longitudinal analysis of Hispanic youth acculturation and cigarette smoking: the roles of gender, culture, family, and discrimination. Lorenzo-Blanco and Jennifer B. Lorenzo-Blanco , Jennifer B. To better understand the influence of culture, family, and everyday discrimination on cigarette smoking, we tested a process-oriented model of acculturation and cigarette smoking.
Adolescents and Tobacco: Trends
Language: English Latin. This risk seems to increase as youth navigate the U. Structural equation modeling indicated that collectivistic values were associated with more perceived disapproval of smoking, which in turn was negatively associated with intentions to smoke. Thus, educational smoking prevention efforts could promote collectivistic values and disseminate messages about the negative consequences of smoking on interpersonal relationships. La juventud latina tiene riesgo del uso de cigarrillos.
In , approximately 1 percent of eighth-graders, 2 percent of tenth-graders, and 4 percent of twelfth-graders reported smoking conventional cigarettes daily, compared with 7, 14, and 21 percent, respectively, in Twelfth-grade daily smoking peaked in at 25 percent, while daily smoking peaked in for eighth- and tenth-graders, at 10 and 18 percent, respectively Appendix 1. Although conventional cigarette use is declining, e-cigarette use is on the rise. From to , the proportion of high school students who had used e-cigarettes in the past 30 days increased from 2 to 12 percent, while conventional cigarette use in the past 30 days declined from 16 to 8 percent. Daily smoking among students increases with age.