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Protocol - Self-reported Exposure to Smoking on Television and in the Movies

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Protocol Name from Source:

This section will be completed when reviewed by an Expert Review Panel.

Availability:

Publicly available

Description:

This protocol uses one item from the Survey of Teen Opinions about Retail Environments (STORE), a school-based survey that included 1,681 adolescents (ages 11-14 years). This item assesses perceived exposure to people who smoke in movies or on television.

Protocol:

1. In the past 7 days, how often did you see TV shows or movies where someone was smoking?

[ ] Never

[ ] Rarely

[ ] Sometimes

[ ] Often

Personnel and Training Required

None

Equipment Needs

None

Requirements

Requirement CategoryRequired
Average time of greater than 15 minutes in an unaffected individualNo
Major equipmentNo
Specialized requirements for biospecimen collectionNo
Specialized trainingNo

Mode of Administration

Self-administered

Life Stage:

Child, Adolescent

Specific Instructions:

For the purposes of scoring, the WG recommends that the following scale be used: Never = 1, Rarely = 2, Sometimes = 3, and Often = 4

In addition, the WG recommends that investigators consider clearly defining "tobacco products" by noting whether that definition includes or excludes certain types of related products based on these criteria: products that are intended for human consumption; made or derived from tobacco; typically contain nicotine, but sometimes do not; and are not Food and Drug Administration-approved tobacco-cessation products.

Research Domain Information

Release Date:

June 24, 2015

Definition

This measure is used to assess young adolescents’ exposure to smoking in entertainment media-television and the movies.

Purpose

The purpose of this measure is to gain an understanding of an adolescent’s exposure to smoking in the media.

Selection Rationale

Consensus documents (e.g., Surgeon General reports, National Cancer Institute monographs) indicate that exposure to smoking in movies promotes smoking initiation, and the World Health Organization recommends a variety of policies to reduce youth exposure to tobacco imagery in entertainment media. Fine-grained assessment of exposure to tobacco in films (e.g., Beach Method) requires a significant amount of resources and survey questions that are likely beyond the scope of most tobacco research. This single item selected here shows evidence of predictive validity amongst young adolescents.

Language

English

Standards

StandardNameIDSource
Common Data Elements (CDE)Tobacco Smoking in Television and Movie Exposure Assessment Text4885351CDE Browser

Process and Review

This section will be completed when reviewed by an Expert Review Panel.

Source

Survey of Teen Opinions about Retail Environments (STORE)

General References

None.

Protocol ID:

751001

Variables:

Export Variables
Variable NameVariable IDVariable DescriptionVersiondbGaP Mapping
PX751001_Self-reported_Exposure_Smoking_TV_MoviesPX751001010000In the past 7 days, how often did you see TV shows or movies where someone was smoking?4N/A