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JurnalHealth Promotion Practice vol. 5 no. 3 (Jul. 2004)
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Bahasa: (EN )    Year:: 2004    Bulan: 07    Edisi: Jul 2004    
Penerbit: SAGE Publications
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Will the Master Settlement Agreement Achieve a Lasting Legacy?, halaman 12S-17S
  2. Commentary: The Master Settlement Agreement in Historic Context, halaman 18S-20S
  3. The 1998 Master Settlement Agreement: A Public Health Opportunity Realized—Or Lost?, halaman 21S-32S
  4. Advocating for Dollars: Unanticipated Lessons in Allocating Master Settlement Agreement Funds, halaman 33S-34S
  5. Are State Legislatures Responding to Public Opinion When Allocating Funds for Tobacco Control Programs?, halaman 35S-45S
  6. A Qualitative Study of Post-Settlement Influences on State Tobacco Control Funding, halaman 46S-56S
  7. Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Proceeds Act of 2000: Results From Education and Engagement With Policy Makers and the Public , halaman 57-63
  8. The Shifting Terrain of Tobacco Advertising Since the Master Settlement Agreement, halaman 64-65
  9. The Effect of Enforcement of the Master Settlement Agreement on Youth Exposure to Print Advertising, halaman 66S-74S
  10. Tobacco Industry Direct Marketing After the Master Settlement Agreement, halaman 75S-83S
  11. How Did the Master Settlement Agreement Change Tobacco Industry Expenditures for Cigarette Advertising and Promotions?, halaman 84S-90S
  12. Population Receptivity to Tobacco Advertising/ Promotions and Exposure to Anti-Tobacco Media: Effect of Master Settlement Agreement in California: 1992-2002, halaman 91S-98S
  13. After the Master Settlement Agreement: Trends in the American Tobacco Retail Environment From 1999 to 2002, halaman 99S-110S
  14. Unmet Priority Population Needs in Tobacco Control: Large Disparities—Little Master Settlement Agreement Dollars, halaman 111S-112S
  15. More Money More Motivation? Master Settlement Agreement and Tobacco Control Funding in Communities of Color, halaman 113S-128S
  16. An Analysis of Tobacco Industry Marketing to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Populations: Strategies for Mainstream Tobacco Control and Prevention, halaman 129S-134S
  17. The Master Settlement Agreement and African Americans: Opinions About the Allocation of Resources , halaman 135S-142S
  18. Countering Tobacco Industry Sponsorship of Hispanic/Latino Organizations Through Policy Adoption: A Case Study, halaman 143S-156S
  19. Supporting and Sustaining the Tobacco Control Movement, halaman 157S-158S
  20. Identifying and Responding to Technical Assistance and Training Needs in Tobacco Prevention and Control , halaman 159S-166S
  21. Participatory Research and Evaluation: From Best Practices for All States to Achievable Practices Within Each State in the Context of the Master Settlement Agreement, halaman 167S-178S

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