Young people drunk-driving : process and outcome evaluation of preventive actions.
C 19439 (In: C 19422) /10 /83 / ITRD E110318
In: Transportation, traffic safety and health : human behavior : proceedings of the fourth international Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1998, p. 297-326, 27 ref.
|Samenvatting||Trends in drink driving epidemiology are discussed. It is pointed out that the involvement of drunk pedestrians and cyclists in accidents has received less attention than that of car drivers. The sequence of behaviour leading to accidents is described, with the implication that many accidents could be avoided by better forward planning. General prevention of alcohol abuse is outlined based on formal social control (such as restricting the minimum age for drinking, manipulating the price of alcohol, imposition of special blood alcohol concentration limits or curfews for young drivers, and random checks) and informal social control (social stigmatisation, server intervention, designated driver, passenger intervention, and education/publicity campaigns).|
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