FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE STUDENT BEHAVIOUR IN …
The literature review focuses on the external and school-related factors that influence the behaviour of the students of secondary schools. They are factors that emerge from within the immediate environment of the adolescents. These factors are related to the external system, namely the school, peer pressure, the family, the community and the ...
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Factors That Influence Tobacco Use 207 . Surgeon General’s Report . described. The second part of the chapter discusses psychosocial influences associated with initiation of tobacco use, maintenance, and cessation among the four groups. Unfortunately, the limited information
between alcohol and tobacco use behav-iors varies with the levels of alcohol use. This article first reviews research on the sociocultural factors that influence whether adolescents begin smoking and/or drinking. The article then dis-cusses similar mechanisms that may sustain alcohol and tobacco use among adults. Some sociocultural factors ...
interventions against tobacco use are increasing the price of tobacco, banning tobacco product advertising, banning smoking in public places and legislation prohibiting the sale of tobacco products to young people.) There is also evidence that simultaneous, multi-dimensional inputs at …
This Surgeon General’s report details the causes and the consequences of tobacco use . among youth and young adults by focusing on the social, environmental, advertising, and marketing influences that encourage youth and young adults to initiate and sustain tobacco use. This is the first time tobacco data on young adults as a discrete population
tobacco use. These causes are expressed through the intermediate risk factors of raised blood pressure, raised glucose levels, abnormal blood lipids, overweight and obesity. The major modifiable risk factors, in conjunction with the non-modifi-able risk factors of age and heredity, explain the majority
o Unprotected sex and addictive substances (e.g. tobacco and alcohol) account for most of the health problems in younger adults o Risk factors for long-term diseases and cancers mainly affect older adults. Gender Gender differences also exist. For example, men are much more likely to be at risk of factors associated with addictive substances.
Tobacco use Diet & exercise Alcohol use Unsafe sex Access to care Quality of care Environmental quality Built environment Education Employment Income Family & social support Community safety Social & economic factors (40%) Physical environment (10%) Health Factors Mortality (length of life) : 50% Morbidity (quality of life) : 50% Figure 2 ...
Social categories such as class, gender and race can influence access to resources, exposure to marginalisation, roles and expectations. As a result, health outcomes, drug use and drug outcomes are influenced by social category. For example, people from low socio-economic classes have poorer health and are more likely to use tobacco, to drink
Environmental factors: The wider sociocultural and geopolitical environment in which people live can also affect an individual’s, household’s or community’s mental health status, including ... especially the use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. 2 7 8. Risks to mental health Page 6