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In the company of cars. Driving as a social and cultural practice
  1. I Scott
  1. The Alliance for Safe Children, Da Nang, Viet Nam;
    ianscott@virtual.net.au

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    Sarah Redshaw. Published by Ashgate, Aldershot 2008 £45.00 9780754671985

    In the company of cars is part of the Ashgate series Human factors in road and rail transport, which the series editors intend to be a contribution to the increasing human and financial costs of vehicle crashes by focusing on the driver as a contributing agent. In the words of the preface, it draws on research on driving and youth from social psychology “to give a social/cultural perspective on driving in order to provide some qualitative insight as well as background context to the plethora of psychological and epidemiological research in the area of road safety” and …

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