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Smoking Among University Students: A Comparative Study Between Malaysian Students in Malaysia and Australia
A total of 209 randomly selected Malaysian university students (128 from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 81 from the University of New South Wales) completed a self-filled questionnaire enquiring about their smoking behaviour and psychosocial characteristics. The prevalence of smoking was 26.6 per cent among students in Malaysia and 18.8 per cent among students in Australia (average 23.4%). Both samples have similar patterns in terms of age of statting smoking, time of the day when they smoked,fatcat:ejscq3na3jegfhgfcxsrawrkz4