Presentation Title

The Social Addiction of E-cigarettes Amongst Young Adults in College

Presenter Information

Jordan GarrisonFollow

Document Type

Panel Presentation

Keywords

Social Norms, addictive behaviors, attitudes, social media, END (electronic nicotine device)

Biography

CMM Capstone Student

Major

Communication Studies

Advisor for this project

Dr. Camilla Brammer

Start Date

18-4-2019 2:00 PM

End Date

18-4-2019 3:15 PM

Abstract

This paper was written to analyze the social addictions of e-cigarettes and their impending effects within young adults in college. Using several studies, implementing the work of multiple researchers, I use their examinations as supplemental information for explaining why and how college students are the most susceptible to END (electronic nicotine devices) product initiation. This study examines the collective attitudes of college students, as well as their individual perceptions towards these products and their undeniable co-dependency to them. By incorporating various sources identifying variables such as social mediums and interpersonal relationships within college students, I will examine how each study cultivated, contributes to the idea of social norms being a correlating factor to END product initiation within young adults in college.

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The Social Addiction of E-cigarettes Amongst Young Adults in College

This paper was written to analyze the social addictions of e-cigarettes and their impending effects within young adults in college. Using several studies, implementing the work of multiple researchers, I use their examinations as supplemental information for explaining why and how college students are the most susceptible to END (electronic nicotine devices) product initiation. This study examines the collective attitudes of college students, as well as their individual perceptions towards these products and their undeniable co-dependency to them. By incorporating various sources identifying variables such as social mediums and interpersonal relationships within college students, I will examine how each study cultivated, contributes to the idea of social norms being a correlating factor to END product initiation within young adults in college.