Seeing the forest and the trees: using network analysis to develop an organizational blueprint of state tobacco control systems.

@article{Harris2008SeeingTF,
  title={Seeing the forest and the trees: using network analysis to develop an organizational blueprint of state tobacco control systems.},
  author={Jenine K. Harris and Douglas A. Luke and Ryan C. Burke and Nancy B Mueller},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={67 11},
  pages={1669-78}
}
In the United States, tobacco control activities are organized primarily in state tobacco control programs. These programs are comprised of public and private agencies working together to reduce tobacco use. The human, financial, and informational resources that go into state tobacco control programs are documented, and the outcomes of these programs have been studied in terms of health and health behavior. However, little is known about the organizational infrastructure that transforms the… CONTINUE READING

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