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The Advocacy category focuses on activities designed to influence personal behavior, public opinion, and legislation regarding tobacco products. It includes sites related to activism, advertising, marketing, and public relations. It also includes sites offering critiques of these activities. Expect to find sites related to:

  • Activist organizations,
  • Specific campaigns,
  • "How-to" guides and information, and
  • Critiques of the actions taken by others.

Submit sites that address the economic impact of the tobacco industry, various tobacco policies, and the effects of using tobacco products. It is appropriate for both positive and negative impacts.
Sites about the economic impact of the tobacco industry, various tobacco policies, and the effects of using tobacco products.
Sites about actions taken, or not taken, by government officials, agencies, or candidates for public office, that primarily affect the tobacco industry and the use of tobacco products. This includes sites about factors that influence their actions.
Please submit sites on industry conduct and practices.
How the tobacco industry works: develops strategy, engineers product, promotes product, influences public perception, wields power in Congress and the courts.
Submit sites about how the media cover tobacco news and issues.
Sites about how the media, such as newpapers, magazines, radio, and television, cover tobacco news and issues. This includes sites about factors that influence how they cover it.
Submit sites about public policy issues related to secondhand smoke. Sites about the health effects of secondhand smoke should be submitted to theHealth Effects of Secondhand Smoking category instead.
Sites about public policy issues related to secondhand smoke, also known as passive smoking and environmental tobacco smoke.
Sites about the smuggling of tobacco products.
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