Participating in Health Issue-Specific Social Networking Sites to Quit Smoking: How Does Online Social Interconnectedness Influence Smoking Cessation Self-Efficacy?

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleParticipating in Health Issue-Specific Social Networking Sites to Quit Smoking: How Does Online Social Interconnectedness Influence Smoking Cessation Self-Efficacy? Author(S)Joe Phua (Author)
Abstract  This study examined members of health issue-specific social networking sites (SNSs) for smoking cessation, hypothesizing that social identification, bridging and bonding social capital, perceived subjective norms, and social support would impact the relationship between participation and smoking cessation self-efficacy. ...Paginationp933-952
SubjectCommunicationDescriptorsCommunication
Journal TitleJournal of Communication  
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