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Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) whichwas ratified on 10 May 2004. The ratification was made concretewith the passage of the Tobacco Control Act (TCA) on 15 March2005. These tobacco control measures are expected to reducesmoking. Yet a robust science base exists on social, biological, andenvironmental factors that influence young people to use tobacco.These students are at high risk of initiating and continuing smokingas they are likely to be exposed to peers who smoke. At the sametime, they face social, emotional, and educational challenges whenthey enter the university settings. In Bangladesh, the numbers oftobacco smokers are increasing rapidly because of the availability ofcheap tobacco products, lack of strong tobacco control regulations,and weak enforcement of existing regulations (Barakat A, et al. ).The Global Adult Tobacco Survey conducted by WHO reported thatBangladesh is one of the top ten countries in the world with hightobacco use (both smoking and smokeless forms) with a prevalenceof 43.3% among adults (41.3 million), with 44.7% of men and1.5% of women engaging in tobacco smoking. A study based ondemographic and health survey data reported that the prevalenceof tobacco smoking among men in Bangladesh is 60%. Anotherstudy among male university students in 2009 stated that 36.1%students smoked tobacco. Among fourth-year dental students, theprevalence of cigarette smoking was reported to be 49.5% and1.7% in males and females, respectively. An increasing trend oftobacco smoking is anticipated to occur among students and thiscould be related to perceived alleviation of stress, life problems,peer pressure, social acceptance, class history of smoking, lowereducational level of parents, and the desire to attain higher societalclass. Smoking among students in Bangladesh has been poorlyinvestigated that students may be lacking knowledge on the linkbetween smoking and adverse health effects.
School going students are smoking because of personal factorsand social factors. Not only that, the tobacco point of sales has agreat impact in increasing the use of smoking among school goingchildren. If the use of smoked tobacco items among adolescentschool going children at the rate of 4% continues then in nearfuture, we will have more adult passive smokers (Siddiqi, et al. ).School going students mainly buying and using tobacco becauseof its availability, word of mouth, experimental attitude, showofftendency and the influence of media. If corrective measure is nottaken at the initial stage, then this rate will grow at a faster rate.At the present time policy makers are focusing only adult tobaccouser but problem lies bottom of the pyramid which is school goingchildren. Approximately 50% of men in developing countries aresmokers and cigarette consumption is steadily rising in thesecountries, particularly among women and youth. Tobacco use ispredicted to be one of the major causes of death and disabilityadjustedlife years (DALYs) in the 21st century (Champman, et al.[5,6]).
Multistage cluster sampling has been used to derive the samplewhere two city corporation areas have been selected, first stage/cluster, different selected area under each city corporation havebeen second stage/cluster, schools in the selected fields have beenthe third stage/cluster and adolescent students in the chosen schoolhave been the last stage/cluster of this study. The questionnaire havebeen divided in 2 sections, first one was demography informationand second section was related to variables. The questionnaireswere distributed to the students of selected classes after explainingthe purpose of the study and the instructions to fill it.
Friends influence the adolescents to experience smokingitems more with 48.5% whereas family members contribute to theinfluencing factor by 23.5% and relative influences 28%. From theresult is very clear that friends and relatives are the most influentialperson in smoking (Figure 1). Association between smoking habitand age of respondents : There is an association between smokinghabit and age of respondents. Age 14-15 School going adolescentsmoke more than any other smoking age group (Table 5).
Although detailed studies on the influence of family membersand friends were not available in Bangladesh, different internationalstudies suggested results similar to this study. A positive correlationwas observed with parental tobacco use from a study in Tunisia.Several other studies showed that adolescents with a parent orolder siblings or a friend who smoke cigarettes are more likely tobe smoker. Nearly one third (42%) of adolescent students reportedthat they saw tobacco promotional advertisements in the media orat social or sporting events. Although the advertisement of tobaccoproducts in national electronic media (i.e. Radio and Television)is already banned, national newspapers and magazines with highyouth readerships are still publishing the attractive advertisementsof tobacco products. Besides, youths are being targeted throughlarge billboards on city corners and through sporting events, musicconcerts, street festivals and other social events and gatheringsthat are sponsored by the tobacco companies. Around ( 31.4%)respondent claims point of sale nearby school is the most accessibleto purchase smoked tobacco items another (12%) mentionedfloating seller helps to buy cigarette easily in front of school gate.
Although a majority (85.4%) of adolescent students claimedto know the hazards of tobacco use, the results showed that aboutone fourth (14.6%) of the respondents, Personal factors have greatimpact on school going adolescent students to experience the smoketobacco items but the impact of social factors is even higher amongadolescent. Whereas the impact of point of sale plays another vitalrole to attract adolescent to smoke. A high proportion (65.5%) ofadolescent students were ever-users of tobacco. These studentsmore commonly used smoking items like cigarette and Biri. Mostof the ever-users initiated tobacco use by 12-13 years of age. Themajority of them are experimental users but are potential regularusers in the future. Among ethnic groups, a higher proportion ofadolescent students of the nuclear family were using tobacco thanother groups (Choudhury, et al. ). For building mass awareness,School-based educational programs focusing on all forms ofsmoking and its effects should be planned and implemented.
This study suggests that exposure to tobacco promotionaladvertisements steers students towards the use of tobacco.Although tobacco-related advertisements are already bannedin national electronic media, youths are being targeted throughbillboards, magazines and newspapers, and by the sponsorship ofsocial and other events of youth interest by the tobacco companies(Zikmund, et al [15,16]). Efforts should be made to legislate acomplete ban of all direct and indirect tobacco advertisementsin the print and broadcast media [17-26]. Restrictions should bemade in sponsoring targeted youth activities by tobacco companies.Besides, school authority should not allow shops allowing cigaretteor bidi. This study suggests, therefore, that knowledge of healthhazards is not sufficient to protect individuals from initiatingtobacco use, although education is a necessary component of acomprehensive tobacco control program.
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