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Heydari G, Ebn Ahmady A, Lando HA, Chamyani F, Masjedi MR, Shadmehr MB, Fadaizadeh L, Chaibakhsh S. Time trend of smoking scenes in Iranian movies during the past three decades (1982-2011): A historical analysis. Tobacco Control. 2016 Sep;25(5):591-3.
Kollath-Cattano C, Abad-Vivero EN, Mejia R, Perez-Hernandez R, Sargent JD, Thrasher JF. Portrayals of character smoking and drinking in Argentine-, Mexican- and US-produced films. Preventive Medicine. 2016 Sep;90:143-7.
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Hopkinson NS, Millett C, Glantz SA, Arnott D, McNeill A. UK government should fund stop smoking media campaigns not give tax breaks to films with smoking imagery. Addiction. 2016 Nov;111(11):2066-2067.
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