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TeenageSmoking

MargaretO. Hyde, John F.Setaro, An overview for teens: Smoking 101,Minneapolis, Minnesota,Twenty First Century books. (2006)

Thebook covers in specificity the concept of cigarettes addiction onteens. It illustrates the physical transformations that the teenagerscan anticipate if they make a decision start smoking. In addition, itexplores the health problems that the young individuals can expect ifthey are always amidst the second hand smoke. Moreover, the bookexplores the reality regarding how some specific cigarette relatedadvertisements only target the young individuals and the corporateviews on the relationships between the renowned tobacco firms and howthey affect the children who already engage in cigarette smoking. Itincorporates the topic of the influences of the tobacco companies inthe country. As a result, the book has several facts for the teensfor their reading.

EleanorH. Ayer, Teen Issues: Teen Smoking, San Diego California, LucentBooks. ( August, 2001)

ThisBook goes over the social pressures that teens can face when theyencounter the challenge of making a decision of whether or not tosmoke cigarettes. It explores certain scenarios where the teenagerscan have a difficult choices and thoughts on how to battle a harshsituation. Furthermore e, it exhausts how teens believe that it isgood to smoke as a result of the influence from the people aroundthem and also what they learn from movies and televisions from theirpopular actors and actresses. The author attempts to highlight thesteps for preventing the teenagers from smoking substances while alsotries to get those who are already in it to quit.

CleteSnell, (2005) Peddling Poison: The Tobacco Industry and Kids,Westport Connecticut, Preager Publishing.

Thearticle starts with the exploration of the persistent trends of teensmokers and why most of them begin the vice. The piece blames teensmokers on the tobacco advertising and advertising schemes. As aresult, the author claims that companies target teens together withthe younger people

WorksCited

CleteSnell, (2005) Peddling Poison: The Tobacco Industry and Kids,Westport Connecticut, Preager Publishing.

EleanorH. Ayer, Teen Issues: Teen Smoking, San Diego California, LucentBooks. ( August, 2001)

MargaretO. Hyde, John F.Setaro, An overview for teens: Smoking 101, Minneapolis, Minnesota,Twenty First Century books. (2006)