Thirty Years of New Zealand Smoking Advances a Case for Cultural Epidemiology and Cultural Geography
This chapter builds upon a recent series of analyses using the New Zealand census on smoking, which indicates a slowing in the anticipated population-wide declines in smoking with entrenched and growing inequalities between socioeconomic, ethnic, and sex
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