INTRODUCTION TO MOTORISED ROAD TRAFFIC (EMS). PART 2: SPECIFIC ATTITUDES AND MODES OF BEHAVIOUR IN JUVENILE AND ADOLESCENT DRIVERS

EINFUEHRUNG IN DEN MOTORISIERTEN STRASSENVERKEHR (EMS). ZWEITER TEILBERICHT: SPEZIFISCHE EINSTELLUNGEN UND VERHALTENSFORMEN VON JUGENDLICHEN UND HERANWACHSENDEN KRAFTFAHRERN

THIS INVESTIGATION IS INTENDED TO PROVIDE A SHORTENED CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING AIMS IN THE INTRODUCTION TO MOTORISED ROAD TRAFFIC. FOLLOWING A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FEATURES, INDIVIDUAL ASPECTS OF THE "EXPOSURE" DATA (METHOD OF PARTICIPATION IN TRAFFIC, TYPE OF DRIVING EXPERIENCE, EXTENT OF DRIVING EXPERIENCE, ACCIDENT INVOLVEMENT) ARE CONSIDERED IN RELATION TO THE DEFINING OF THE TEACHING AIMS. THE LIMITATION OF THE INFLUENCES OF AGE AND/OR EXPERIENCE, WHICH IS CONSTANTLY UNDER DISCUSSION, IS SEEN TO HAVE VERY LITTLE MEANING, SINCE BOTH INFLUENCES ONLY WORK IN UNISON IN THE CONCRETE BEHAVIOUR OF YOUNG PEOPLE. THE ENSUING DISCUSSION OF MEANINGFUL FEATURES SPECIFIC TO DRIVING, AND WHICH ARE CHARACTERISTIC OF JUVENILES AND ADOLESCENTS, IS DIVIDED ACCORDING TO PERSONALITY TRAITS AND ATTITUDES, CONNECTIONS BETWEEN EDUCATION BY EXPERIENCE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRAFFIC ATTITUDES, AND SIGNS OF ACHIEVEMENT. SEVERAL SECTIONS ARE DEVOTED TO THE SPECIFIC ATTITUDES OF THE TARGET GROUP TOWARDS MOTORISED ROAD TRAFFIC AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF DRIVING BEHAVIOUR IN YOUNG LEARNER DRIVERS. THE MAIN TEACHING AIM IS SEEN TO LIE IN A RECONCILIATION BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE SAFETY. SEE ALSO IRRD ABSTRACT NO 307822.

  • Authors:
    • KLEBELSBERG, D
  • Publication Date: 1976-5

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  • German

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  • Accession Number: 01292638
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen (BASt)
  • Files: ITRD
  • Created Date: Nov 21 2010 3:35AM