The Culture of Smoking: A Case Study of Tobacco Control
This is a case of an anti-tobacco campaign involving advertising to ethnic communities. It is an unusual example of intercultural communication.
KeywordsFocus Group Ethnic Community Tobacco Industry Intercultural Communication Hispanic Participant
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