Research_Design[1] - Research Design Objectives 1 What are...

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Research Design Objectives: 1. What are the costs and benefits of implementing this policy of requiring minors to have written parental consent to access indoor tanning facilities? Sources: The health effects of using solaria and potential cost-effectiveness of enforcing solaria regulations in Australia by The Queensland Institute of Medical Research (1); Tanning’s risks and rewards by the Baltimore Sun (9); Bill would restrict teens’ tanning salon visits by the Denver Post (8); Can you access regulations protect teens from skin cancer published in Practical Dermatology (7); Use of indoor UV tanning facilities by white adolescents in the United States published in Arch Pediatric Adolescent Med (6) 2. What are possible externalities, offsetting behaviors, and implementation problems that may accompany a parental consent form policy? Sources: Comparing two methods of measuring legislation compliance among indoor tanning facilities published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (3);
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