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|Other Titles: ||A Survey of Traffic Safety Conciousness of Taipei Officials Using Different Kinds of Vehicles|
|Issue Date: ||2016-06-04 13:19:04 (UTC+8)|
The survey of this study includes three aspects， namely，the common sense of traffic， the ethics of traffic and the safety of traffic. The survey， testing 232 officials in Taipei who are different sex and age and have different number of children， is supposed to show the differentiation among those officials about traffic consciousness. The findings are the following: 1.The kind of vehicles used by male and female are significantly different. Most of the males go to office by motorcycle， some of them by bus and a few of them by car. On the contrary， many of the female officials are bus Commuters. Besides， the older officials drive their own car to office much more often than the younger ones.2 The reasons why those officials prefer their vehicles are significantly different.Vehicle Busers (bicycle or motorcycle) emphasize its convenience more than safety. Car vehicle users emphasize its comfort more than convenience， paying least attention to safety. On the contrary， vehicle A (compant bus，city bus， train)usersadvocate that safety is the main reason for them to choose the vehicl.3. There are no significant differences between male and female on general traffic common sense. But the femal family members worry more than male family about their safety，especially when they come back from office later than usual.4. The younger officials (20-29 yr.) have less common sense about traffic， but the older officials (50-60 yr.) have stronger safety conciousness. Both the older officials and their family members are more concernd about safety problems than the young ones.5. The officials without children have less interest in and pay less attention to traffic common senses，and their family members are less worried about their safety. Therefore， those officials have less safety consciousness.
|Relation: ||教育與心理研究, 7,145-168|
Journal of Education & Psychology
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育與心理研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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