Tobacco Studies Program

Smoking and Socioeconomic Status: What Explains the Relationship?

March 11, 2009

Smoking and Socioeconomic Status: What Explains the Relationship?

Jennifer Stuber PhD

Seminar on Health Disparities: The Case of Tobacco (HSERV 556)

Jennifer Stuber Jennifer Stuber is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Social Work. Her research interests are in stigma and prejudice as social processes and the role these processes play in the production of poor health and health disparities.
Biosketch: here

This lecture is also part of our Tobacco-Related Health Disparities (HSERV 556) course, where it is paired with the following readings:
Stuber, J., Galea, S., & Link, B.G. (2008). Smoking and the emergence of a stigmatized social status. Social Science and Medicine, 67, 420-430.

Harwood, G.A., Salsberry, P., Ferketich, A.K., & Wewer, M.E. (2007). Cigarette smoking, socioeconomic status, and psychosocial factors: Examining a conceptual framework. Public Health Nursing, 24(4), 361-371.