Community inequality and smoking cessation in New Zealand, 1981-2006.

Abstract

The overall prevalence of smoking in New Zealand reduced from 32% in 1981 to 23.5% in 2006 but rates of smoking cessation have not been consistent among all social, demographic and ethnic groups. The period 1981-2006 also saw macroeconomic changes in New Zealand that resulted in profound increases in social and economic inequalities. Within this socio… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2008.12.012

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@article{Barnett2009CommunityIA, title={Community inequality and smoking cessation in New Zealand, 1981-2006.}, author={Ross Barnett and Jamie Pearce and Graham Moon}, journal={Social science & medicine}, year={2009}, volume={68 5}, pages={876-84} }