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Does the association between different dimension of social capital and adolescent smoking vary by socioeconomic status? a pooled cross-national analysis

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  • Timo-Kolja Pförtner
  • Bart Clercq
  • Michela Lenzi
  • Alessio Vieno
  • Katharina Rathmann
  • Irene Moor
  • Anne Hublet
  • Michal Molcho
  • Anton Kunst
  • Matthias Richter

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Social capital may act both as a protective and a risk factor for adolescent smoking. Achieving higher levels of family-related social capital might reduce socioeconomic inequalities in adolescent smoking. Copyright Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) 2015

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  • Timo-Kolja Pförtner & Bart Clercq & Michela Lenzi & Alessio Vieno & Katharina Rathmann & Irene Moor & Anne Hublet & Michal Molcho & Anton Kunst & Matthias Richter, 2015. "Does the association between different dimension of social capital and adolescent smoking vary by socioeconomic status? a pooled cross-national analysis," International Journal of Public Health, Springer;Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+), vol. 60(8), pages 901-910, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:ijphth:v:60:y:2015:i:8:p:901-910
    DOI: 10.1007/s00038-015-0734-3
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