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DRUNK DRIVING AMONG AMERICAN BLACKS AND HISPANICS
I 837571 IRRD 9103
ROSS, HL NEW MEXICO UNIV, USA HOWARD, JM NAT, INST ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM, USA GANIKOS, ML NAT, INST ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM, USA TAYLOR, ED NAT, INST ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM, USA
ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION 1991 /02 E23 1 PAG:1-11 T

Samenvatting This paper reports the results of a literature search to determine the extent and nature of minority group involvement in drunk driving. Most of the research supports the view that American blacks andHispanics are disproportionately more likely to be drunk drivers. However, the evidence is not fully consistent. The general relationship seems to be reduced or even reversed for minority youth. Furthermore, studies based on self-reported behaviour contradict those basedon official statistics such as alcohol-related deaths, traffic arrests, and accidents. Self reports generally show less drunk driving among the minority groups.(A).
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