Dealing with a Latent Danger: Parents Communicating with Their Children about Smoking

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Small, Sandra P.; Eastlick Kushner, Kaysi; Neufeld, Anne;

The purpose of this study was to understand parental approach to the topic of smoking with school-age preadolescent children. In-depth interviews were conducted with 38 parents and yielded a grounded theory that explains how parents communicated with their children abou... View more
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