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This research study investigates gender differences in aggressive driving. The paper begins by presenting a clear definition of the term aggressive driving and by establishing the extent of the problem via various research results and hypotheses. The paper also considers the fact that aggressive driving behavior is on the rise worldwide and then uses all of this information to investigate gender differences in cases of aggressive driving.
From the Paper:"A central thrust of this study will be based on patterns of behavior as they apply to gender differences. Fro example, the distinct difference between male and female drivers with regard to aggressive behavior while driving has been shown to be the case in the UK. This gender pattern has been measured in relation to various quantifiable variables. One of the most significant statistics is the accident rate as a direct result of aggressive driving behavior. "In all studies and analysis, without exception, men have been shown to have a higher rate of (car) crashes than women". (Sex differences in driving and insurance risk, 2004) Differences between male and female drivers in terms of crash rates are shown in a wide range of countries, including the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa. The figures consistently show that males are significantly more at risk than females. (ibid)"
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Aggressive Driving (2005, November 22) Retrieved July 27, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/aggressive-driving-62377/
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