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2008 | 6 | 2 |
Article title

Kouření a alkohol u dětí na základních školách Jihočeského kraje

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Title variants
EN
SMOKING AND ALCOHOL BY THE CHILDREN IN THE BASIC SCHOOLS OF THE REGION OF SOUTH BOHEMIA
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
Smoking becames the important and relevant health and social problem in the Czech Republic as well as in the world. Tobacco together with alcohol is the first habit forming substance, which the child contacts or which somebody offers to him. The aim of the research is to map the situation of using of legal drugs, tobacco and alcohol, by the children in the basic schools of the region of South Bohemia. The pupils of the 4th- 9th classes of basic schools of region of South Bohemia of age 10 -16 years present the basic group. The methods of questioning, technique questionnaire was used for the primary collection of data. More than the tenth of children - 12 % are the regular smokers - they smoke every day. Regular strong smokers, who smoke regularly more than 10 cigarettes a day, present more then 3 %. The most often beginning of the regular (daily) smoking is about 12 and 13 years. Only 16 % adolescents have never drunk the alcohol, less than half of them did not drink it in the last month. Only 57 % of respondents have never been drunken. The biggest popularity of beverages among the teen-agers has traditionally the beer followed by wine and then distillates. The biggest experiences with alcohol had got the questioned people until 10 years of age.
Keywords
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ALCOHOL   SMOKING   YOUTH  
Contributors
  • Marketa Kastnerova, 1. Krajska hygienicka stanice Jihoceskeho kraje se sidlem v Ceskych Budejovicich, Na Sadech 25, Ceske Budejovice 370 21, Czech Republic, http://dlib.lib.cas.cz/4079/
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09CZAAAA05858
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