Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries

Rathmann K, Moor I, Kunst A, Dragano N, Pförtner T-K, Elgar FJ, Hurrelmann K, Kannas L, Baška T, Richter M (2016)
Sociology of Health & Illness 38(7): 1005-1025.

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Rathmann K, Moor I, Kunst A, et al. Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health & Illness. 2016;38(7):1005-1025.
Rathmann, K., Moor, I., Kunst, A., Dragano, N., Pförtner, T. - K., Elgar, F. J., Hurrelmann, K., et al. (2016). Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health & Illness, 38(7), 1005-1025. doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12420
Rathmann, K., Moor, I., Kunst, A., Dragano, N., Pförtner, T. - K., Elgar, F. J., Hurrelmann, K., Kannas, L., Baška, T., and Richter, M. (2016). Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health & Illness 38, 1005-1025.
Rathmann, K., et al., 2016. Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health & Illness, 38(7), p 1005-1025.
K. Rathmann, et al., “Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries”, Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 38, 2016, pp. 1005-1025.
Rathmann, K., Moor, I., Kunst, A., Dragano, N., Pförtner, T.-K., Elgar, F.J., Hurrelmann, K., Kannas, L., Baška, T., Richter, M.: Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health & Illness. 38, 1005-1025 (2016).
Rathmann, Katharina, Moor, Irene, Kunst, Anton, Dragano, Nico, Pförtner, Timo-Kolja, Elgar, Frank J., Hurrelmann, Klaus, Kannas, Lasse, Baška, Tibor, and Richter, Matthias. “Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries”. Sociology of Health & Illness 38.7 (2016): 1005-1025.

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