Published on in Vol 20, No 11 (2018): November

Hookah-Related Posts to Twitter From 2017 to 2018: Thematic Analysis

Hookah-Related Posts to Twitter From 2017 to 2018: Thematic Analysis

Hookah-Related Posts to Twitter From 2017 to 2018: Thematic Analysis

Journals

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  10. Allem J, Dormanesh A, Majmundar A, Unger J, Kirkpatrick M, Choube A, Aithal A, Ferrara E, Boley Cruz T. Topics of Nicotine-Related Discussions on Twitter: Infoveillance Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e25579 View
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  12. Allem J, Dormanesh A, Majmundar A, Rivera V, Chu M, Unger J, Cruz T. Leading Topics in Twitter Discourse on JUUL and Puff Bar Products: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(7):e26510 View
  13. Russell A, Colditz J, Barry A, Davis R, Shields S, Ortega J, Primack B. Analyzing Twitter Chatter About Tobacco Use Within Intoxication-related Contexts of Alcohol Use: “Can Someone Tell Me Why Nicotine is So Fire When You’re Drunk?”. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2022;24(8):1193 View
  14. Adu A, Ismail N, Noor S. How Social Media Makes Shisha Smoking Looks Good? A Systematic Review. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies 2022;12(4):e202237 View
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  17. Azagba S, Shan L. Exposure to tobacco and e-cigarette advertisements by sexual identity status among high school students. Addictive Behaviors 2022;125:107165 View
  18. Chan L, Harris-Roxas B, Freeman B, MacKenzie R, Woodland L, O'Hara B. Attitudes towards the ‘Shisha No Thanks’ campaign video: Content analysis of Facebook comments. Tobacco Induced Diseases 2022;20(October):1 View
  19. Russell A, Valdez D, Chiang S, Montemayor B, Barry A, Lin H, Massey P. Using Natural Language Processing to Explore “Dry January” Posts on Twitter: Longitudinal Infodemiology Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(11):e40160 View
  20. Allem J, Rodriguez V, Pattarroyo M, Ramirez C, Beard T, Soto D, Donaldson S, Unger J. Spanish-Language Tobacco-Related Posts on Twitter: Content Analysis. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 2023 View