Smoking has two main explanatory variables provided by consumption of tobacco and
cigarettes and number of smokers. The relationship between the two and the risk factor
studied determines their social behavior. The social inequality attributable to smoking
is given by the particular way of affecting the population under investigation Target.
Define an inequality rate for each identified form of social inequality attributable
to smoking. A was made Analytical research on the social inequality of smoking.
Comparative and deductive inductive methods were used as theoretical methods and
literary research as an empirical method. The social inequality attributable to smoking
is given by the social cost of smoking. These costs are determined by the effect of
smoking on the consumption of economic resources that finance health services and
by the effect of smoking on Society and the economy in general due to the loss of labor
productivity. Smoking as a risk factor has different forms of impact on the population
under investigation. Each identified form of social inequality has a particular form of
social inequality and also a form of socioeconomic inequality.
Key words: explanatory variables–consumption–Social Inequality–Socioeconomic