College Students' Perceptions of Smoke-Free Campus Policies: Implications for Policy Development and Implementation
Originally Published In
TAHPERD journal. (Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance)
The article discusses a study conducted to assess college students' perceptions of smoke-free campus policies and provides suggestions for advocacy, recruitment, health education and policy development. It has been stated that results of the study indicate that nonsmokers and non-Caucasian students are more likely to socialize in smoke-free environments. The study also found that nonsmokers and female students are not in favor of allowing smoking in dormitories.