Unit 2 Project

Unit 2 Project - Do women smoke for different reasons than...

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Do women smoke for different reasons than men however? This is currently an area of great debate. Research studies are being conducted continuously and continue to provide conflicting results. Many studies believe that there are gender differences among smoking habits between men and women and their experiments have confirmed this. Men have a different outlook on cigarette smoking than women do and generally do it for different reasons. However, in taking these statistics into consideration many variables need to be accounted for such as socioeconomic status and education level, as well as a more difficult to measure societal conditioning of gender roles and expectations. One in three adult males in the global population smoke cigarettes on a regular basis. The United States keeps with the global average at having about thirty percent of adult men smoking on a regular basis. College students are included in these statistics since an adult considered to be anyone above the age of 18. Men polled by the National Institute of Health had
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