Drunk Driving Article Review by CalDR

Drunk Driving
In this paper, four separate journal articles are examined. While these articles are not all on the same aspects of drunk driving, they all deal with the subject in various ways, from juvenile delinquency to penalties from the courts.
# 28232 | 3,208 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jun 24, 2003 in Psychology (Alcohol and Drugs)

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For each article, the writer provides an explanation of why the study was conducted and the reasons behind it, as well as an explanation of what and how the results were measured. The various hypotheses that the researchers addressed are mentioned as well as the dependent and independent variables. Any specific intervening variables that may have caused difficulty with the study are also addressed. The conclusions of these four articles are summarized, and personal opinions and perspectives on the value of the research and the methods used will be interjected at that time. This paper examines the worthiness of studies that have been done on drunk driving and tries to determine where weaknesses lie so that further studies can be conducted that may fill in the gaps that present research has left. In order to understand what research is still needed, the writer states that it is important that past research be brought to light. In this way, the potential flaws in past research can be noted so that those who intend to perform these same types of studies in the future will not consistently make the mistakes that have been made in past studies. This will keep research into drunk driving concerns moving forward.

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Drunk Driving (2003, June 24) Retrieved June 30, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/drunk-driving-28232/

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"Drunk Driving" 24 June 2003. Web. 30 June. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/drunk-driving-28232/>