Smoke Screen

Women’s Smoking and Social Control

By Lorraine Greaves  

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Smoke Screen looks at the range of ways in which tobacco affects women: the evolution of cultural pressures on women’s smoking; the meanings of smoking to women; the benefits for socities of keeping women smoking; and the impact of health and tobacco policy on women’s smoking prevention and cessation.

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  • Lorraine Greaves

    Lorraine Greaves is the Executive Director of the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has played a pioneering role in addressing neglected and emerging women’s health issues - such as addictions, tobacco use, mental health, and violence against women - in a collaborative and multidisciplinary way. Her leadership in bridging biomedical and social sciences, and integrating sex and gender analysis into Canadian health research, is recognized internationally.

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