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The impact of California Smoking Bar Banned to the bar owners in Orange County.

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The impact of California Smoking Bar Banned to the bar owners in Orange County Prepared by Narin Suwannawet Report Distributed: March 18, 2004 Prepared for Tim Ousle PA 603: Research Method in Administration The impact of California Smoking Bar Banned to the bar owners in Orange County Acknowledgements In submitting this research project I would like to thank Mr. Tim Ousley for his supervision and support throughout. His advice, expert guidance with regards to my issues, and encouragement were invaluable to me in my research and I am very grateful for the time and effort that he gave to this piece of work. I would also like to acknowledge all the people at the bars, in my study, for giving the significant informiation as well as participating on my project. Further, I would like to express my gratitude to my parents for their unlimited encouragement and support throughout all my life. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Chapter 1: The Problem Page Introduction 1 Statement of the Problem 2 Research Questions 3 Research Assumptions 3 Significance of the Study 3 Chapter2: Review of the Literature Introduction 5 An overview of the effects of California Smoking Bar Banned 5 An overview of the impact of smoking on secondahand smoke in Workingplaces 7 Summary 8 Chapter 3: Research Methodology Introduction 9 Description of Research 9 Units of Analysis 9 Research Design 10 Data Gathering 11 Limitations 11 Chapter 4: Data Presentation and Analysis Data Presentation 12 Analysis of the Results 12 Chapter 5: Summary, Conclusion, and Recommendations Summary and Conclusion 14 Recommendation for Further Study 15 The summary of research project as an extra credit 16 Appendices Bibliograph Chapter 1 Introduction Nowadays, smoking problem is a major problem in The United States, which the government has been trying to solve for many years. Further, it is the single most important source of preventable disease and premature death, killing more than 400,000 people each year. ...read more.

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The non-compliance is not based upon ignorance of the law, it is based upon strong opposition to the law and the belief that many bars and taverns are just ignoring it. These overviews significantly undermine their claims to date on this issue. In other words, It is clear that bar employers are required, under California's new smoking law, to provide a smoke-free work environment for employees. In addition, under Federal and state law, they must protect employees who are especially sensitive to smoke by providing a smoke-free work environment. Chapter 3 Research Methodology " This is a one shot, problem-solving case study. That is, it is a one-time look at an existing problem." Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to describe the methodological approach employed in this study to examine the impact of California Smoking Bar Banned to bar owners. Explained in this chapter are the description of research, Description of Research The primary objective of this research is to examine the impact of California Smoking Bar Banned, focusing on the bar owners. Is the law has the effects to their business? The second objective is to examine the opinion of bar employees and bar customers to the California's new smoking law. Should smoking be banned in bars? Units of Analysis In order to gain the data relating to the research objective, units of analysis , then, need to be concerned and carefully selected. In this research, the units of analysis are the individual people. As the units of analysis, individual people in this research tend to focus on the bar establishments, such as bar owners and, or managers, bar employees, and bar customers, depending on the researh questions. For instance, in order to accomplish the first question, Is the law has the effects to their business?, the units of analysis tend to be the bar owners or manager. Likewise, in order to answer the second question, Should smoking be banned in bars?, the units of analysis tend to be bar workers or bar customers. ...read more.

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However, nowadays, the impact varied from almost nothing on chance of violation, and slightly decrease on the lost revenues. Last but not least, the findings regarding the opinion of bar customers and bar workers to the California smoking bar banned reveal that people relating to the bars mostly tend to accept the new law. However, there is an exceptional case on teens, but mostly the disagree question was established by the teen customers more than teen workers in the bars. . Appendices The impact of California smoking bar banned to bar owners This questionaire is designed by Narin Suwannawet, student at CSUSB ,using the method of Thurstone Scale, in order to accomplish the purpose of this research project. Cicle the number shown at the under of each questions, which refer to how strong of each negative effect affects your business. Noted: the number 1 indicated as the weakest indicator of the effect of the law, number 10 indicated as the strongest one. 1. Did the law has an effect on your business in terms of lost revenues, sales, or even fewer tips? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2. Did the law has an effect on your businees in terms of more violations? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3. Did the law has an effect on your business in terms of customer dissatisfaction? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4. Did the law has an effect on your business in terms of increasing of costly enforcement policies? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Thank you very much for your participation. The impact of California smoking bar banned to bar owners This questionaire is designed by Narin Suwannawet, student at CSUSB, using the method of Linkert Scale, in order to accomplish the purpose of this research project. Check the degree of your opinion, according to the question belowed, shown as a box under the question. Should smoking in bars be banned in California? Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Strongly Agree Agree Thank you very much for your participation. ...read more.

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