Browsing Faculty of Psychology by Subject "tobacco control policy"
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The influence of public opinion on tobacco control policy-making in Georgia: Perspectives of governmental and non-governmental stakeholders (EU European Publishing, 2016-01)Introduction: Georgia has one of the highest smoking rates (36%) in Europe. This may be due partly to the fact that the present Georgian tobacco control regulations are weakly enforced. It is unclear if the authorities ...Journal article
The public's attitudes towards tobacco sales prohibitions: Evidence from a nationally representative survey in the former Soviet state of Georgia (Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe, 2012)BACKGROUND: In the Caucasus region country of Georgia, no data on public opinion regarding tobacco sales restrictions have been available until now. The aim of the study is to provide data from a nationally representative ...Journal article