Smoke Rings: social network analysis of friendship groups, smoking and drug-taking

@inproceedings{Pearson2000SmokeRS,
  title={Smoke Rings: social network analysis of friendship groups, smoking and drug-taking},
  author={Michael Pearson and Lynn Michell},
  year={2000}
}
Social network analysis is applied at the first two time points of a longitudinal study which examines how smoking and drug use in adolescence is associated with social position within peer group structures. One hundred and fifty secondary second grade students in one school named up to six best friends. This allowed for the categorization of each adolescent as a group member, a group peripheral, or a relative isolate. It was found that risk-taking behaviour occurred across all social positions… CONTINUE READING

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