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Shayganmehr A, Hazratian F, Emrouzi R. Transportation network company driver’s perspective about the Causes of high-risk behaviors: A Thematic Analysis. HDQ. 2021; 6 (3)
URL: http://hdq.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-345-en.html
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Abstract:   (300 Views)
Nowadays, machine life and traffic jams are part of life and expanded. While economic and welfare benefits of the expansion of communication and the speed of transportation goods and people, the number and severity of traffic accidents increased. According to the World Health Organization, in recent years, Traffic accidents are recognized as the ninth cause of death in the world. In Iran, Traffic accidents after cardiovascular diseases are the second leading cause of death. This qualitative study has been designed and implemented to determine driver’s views and opinions in two cities of Warsaw, Poland, and Tabriz, Iran, about driver’s high-risk behaviors. This study was conducted using an in-depth interview with 27 drivers. The study results were divided into four main questions about driving behaviors, reasons for driving abnormal behaviors, the prevalence and causes of abnormal behaviors, and suggested measures to correct these behaviors.
The results of the study were divided into six main themes Included: driving norms, Individual factors, Social Factors, External Factors, driving skills and driving laws. Our findings suggest that drivers are more likely to rely on individual skills in driving in inappropriate structure and favorable conditions, and they ignore the rules and regulations. Moreover, In driving in high standards conditions and good facilities, the rules and rules of driving are the priority, and the rules and norms have more acceptance in drivers.
Internal control should be considered as a useful complement to external control, and that external control of time provides the highest efficiency that comes with internal control. In order to internalize norms and observe driving laws and regulations, first of all, obstacles such as lack of trust among drivers regarding the effectiveness of driving laws, lack of awareness of the consequences of violations, lack of job satisfaction, low level of participation, and structural barriers, roads and vehicle safety, along with a better track of the behavior of drivers continuously the authors suggested.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2021/01/26 | Accepted: 2021/05/16 | Published: 2021/04/3

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