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Smoking Geographies: Space, Place and Tobacco

Smoking Geographies: Space, Place and Tobacco
Smoking Geographies: Space, Place and Tobacco
Smoking Geographies provides a research-led assessment of the impact of geographical factors on smoking. The contributors uncover how geography can show us not only why people smoke but also broader issues of tobacco control, providing deeper clarity on how smoking and tobacco is ‘governed’.
•The text centres on one of the most important public health issues worldwide, and a major determinant of preventable mortality and morbidity in developed and developing countries

•Records the outcomes of a long-term research collaboration that brings a geographical lens to smoking behaviour

•Uncovers how geography can play a part in understanding not only why people smoke but also broader issues of tobacco control

•Provides a deeper understanding of how smoking and tobacco is ‘governed’, regarding where people may smoke, but also more subtle governance as a climate is produced in which smoking becomes ‘denormalised’

•Brings both quantitative and qualitative perspectives to bear on this major source of mortality and morbidity
Wiley-Blackwell
Barnett, Ross
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Moon, Graham
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Pearce, Jamie
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Thompson, Lee
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Twigg, Liz
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Barnett, Ross
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Moon, Graham
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Pearce, Jamie
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Thompson, Lee
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Twigg, Liz
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Barnett, Ross, Moon, Graham, Pearce, Jamie, Thompson, Lee and Twigg, Liz (2016) Smoking Geographies: Space, Place and Tobacco (RGS-IBG Book Series), Wiley-Blackwell, 312pp.

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Abstract

Smoking Geographies provides a research-led assessment of the impact of geographical factors on smoking. The contributors uncover how geography can show us not only why people smoke but also broader issues of tobacco control, providing deeper clarity on how smoking and tobacco is ‘governed’.
•The text centres on one of the most important public health issues worldwide, and a major determinant of preventable mortality and morbidity in developed and developing countries

•Records the outcomes of a long-term research collaboration that brings a geographical lens to smoking behaviour

•Uncovers how geography can play a part in understanding not only why people smoke but also broader issues of tobacco control

•Provides a deeper understanding of how smoking and tobacco is ‘governed’, regarding where people may smoke, but also more subtle governance as a climate is produced in which smoking becomes ‘denormalised’

•Brings both quantitative and qualitative perspectives to bear on this major source of mortality and morbidity

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Published date: December 2016
Organisations: Population, Health & Wellbeing (PHeW)

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Local EPrints ID: 408743
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/408743
PURE UUID: de1e4a79-b953-4094-a2ab-c41a598de965
ORCID for Graham Moon: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7256-8397

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Date deposited: 27 May 2017 04:03
Last modified: 10 Apr 2019 00:34

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Contributors

Author: Ross Barnett
Author: Graham Moon ORCID iD
Author: Jamie Pearce
Author: Lee Thompson
Author: Liz Twigg

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