Considering the Age-Graded Nature of Associations Between Socioeconomic Characteristics and Smoking During the Transition Towards Adulthood
Référence bibliographique 
Gagné, Thierry, Quesnel-Vallée, Amélie et Frohlich, Katherine L. 2019. «Considering the Age-Graded Nature of Associations Between Socioeconomic Characteristics and Smoking During the Transition Towards Adulthood ». Preventive Medicine, vol. 123, p. 262-269.
Intentions : «This paper seeks to demonstrate the age-graded nature of associations between socioeconomic circumstances and smoking behaviour in relation to the transition towards adulthood. To do so, [the authors] examine diﬀerences across two-year categories in the associations of young adults’ transition stages and socioeconomic resources with smoking […] in Montreal, Canada.» (p. 263)
Échantillon/Matériau : The authors «analyzed cross-sectional data from the 2011–2012 panel of the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking (ISIS) […].» (p. 263) L’échantillon final est composé de 2093 résidents de Montréal âgés entre 18 et 25 ans.
Instruments : Questionnaire
Type de traitement des données : Analyse statistique
This study demonstrates that «those in the transition to adulthood face diﬀerent challenges and role expectations in keeping with the ages at which they navigate milestones and secure resources.» (p. 265) «To operationalize participants’ transition stages, [the authors] examined ﬁve indicators related to their living arrangements with parents and children, their student status, their fulltime employment status, and their relationship status […].» (p. 263) Concerning «ﬁnancial diﬃculties and living arrangements with parents, [they] did not ﬁnd diﬀerences in their association with smoking outcomes between age groups, supporting the idea that some household circumstances are likely to have a consistent inﬂuence on the risk of smoking during the ﬁrst half of the third decade of life.» (p. 266)