But All My Friends Smoke : Cigarettes and Peer Pressureby Lesli B. Evans
Who doesn't want to be liked? All of us want to have friends and achieve a sense of belonging. That's why one of the most important influences on people is peer pressure. This book describes the importance of peer pressure on individual behavior. Readers will also learn what can make them more susceptible to the influences of negative and positive peer pressure-and how peer pressure can lead someone to begin smoking, especially when it is coupled with media influences. For those who want to stop smoking-or better yet, not start-this book provides sources to help win the battle.
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