Smoking Restrictions, Risk Perceptions and Its Health and Environmental Impacts

Nazmi Sari, PhD (Editor)
Department of Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Series: Public Health in the 21st Century
BISAC: SOC025000

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This book includes a collection of chapters which provide a comprehensive review of cutting edge research and offers new evidence on anti-smoking policies and their implications, the health and environmental effects of smoking and the socio-economic and behavioral determinants of smoking.

In this edited volume, a number of renowned scholars contribute to this literature with specific emphasis on anti-smoking policies, smoking behaviour, socio-economic determinants and impacts on health. The first section of the book includes chapters on anti-smoking policies and their impacts on smoking prevalence. The second section consists of chapters focusing on the socio-economic and behavioral determinants of smoking with examples drawn from Canada and Japan. The last section includes chapters studying the health and environmental hazards of smoking. This section focuses on the specific health effects of smoking that are not widely examined elsewhere, the role of nicotine in cancer stem cells and the potential harmful effects of ignoring submicron particles in low-tar and nicotine cigarettes.

This book has been primarily written for the general public and policy makers. However, it also serves as a reference book for researchers, advanced level undergraduate and graduate students studying the related aspects of smoking. With its focus on public policy, the book would help the policy makers in developing and designing health and public policies aimed at reducing smoking and its harmful effects. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

About the Editor

PART I: Smoking Restrictions and Anti-Smoking Policies

Chapter 1 - Anti-Smoking Policies and Their Effects on Smoking Prevalence and Behavior: Lessons from OECD Countries (pp. 3-20)
Alper Altinanahtar, PhD. and Nazmi Sari, PhD. (Yeditepe University, Turkey and others)

Chapter 2 - Smoking Behaviour and Tobacco Policy in the Rural Context: The Australian Experience (pp. 21-32)
Margaret Stebbing, PhD. (Monash University, Australia)

PART II: Socio-Economic and Behavioral Determinants

Chapter 3 - Smoking, Socioeconomic Status and Health (pp. 35-64)
Lori J. Curtis, Ph.D. (University of Waterloo, Canada)

Chapter 4 - Youth Smoking in Canada and the Review of Related Literature (pp. 65-78)
Hideki Ariizumi, PhD. (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada)

Chapter 5 - How Long Do Japanese Mothers Stop Smoking When They Start Raising Children? New Evidence from a Very Large National Survey (pp. 79-114)
Seiritsu Ogura, PhD. and Sanae Nakazono (Hosei University, Japan)
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PART III: Health and Environmental Hazards of Smoking

Chapter 6 - Potential Health Hazards of Ignoring Submicron Particles in Low-Tar and Nicotine Cigarettes (pp. 117-126)
W. D. van Dijk, MD, PhD. (Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands)

Chapter 7 - Psychopathological Disorders, Tobacco Smoking, Smoking Cessation and Reduction (pp. 127-134)
P. Caponnetto, G. Minutolo, R. Auditore, M. Maglia, A. Alamo, F. Benfatto, M. D’Alessandro, G. Nasca, V. Palumbo, C. Russo and R. Polosa (University of Catania, Italy and others)

Chapter 8 - Impacts of Smoking on Periodontal and Peri-Implant Health (pp. 135-172)
Mirella Lindoso Gomes Campos, Mônica Grazieli Corrêa and Antonio Wilson Sallum (University of Sacred Heart – USC, CT, USA and others)

Chapter 9 - Health and Environmental Pitfalls and Fallacies of Smoking (pp. 173-184)
Dr. Sona B. Nair (National Institute of Immunohaematology, India)

Chapter 10 - Assessment of Cigarette Smoking Toxicity Using Cancer Stem Cells (pp. 185-196)
Kanda Yasunari (Division of Pharmacology, National Institute of Health Sciences, Japan)

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