The prevention of young driver's DWI (driving while intoxicated) and RWDI (riding with a driver under influence) in Europe: A social-sequential model

ASSAILLY

Type de document
ARTICLE DE PERIODIQUE
Langue
anglais
Auteur
ASSAILLY
Résumé / Abstract
Inspired by the 'critical incident technique' of McKnight et al. (1995) who analyzed 12,000 drivers' decisions leading to (or not to) DWI, and indentified the influence of social, motivational, and economic factors, the author has developed a social-sequential model of young drivers' DWI and RWDI prevention.

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