Child–parent interaction in relation to road safety education : part 1 – A critical literature review

Mima Cattan, Jackie Green, Caroline Newell, Rebecca Ayrton, Joy Walker

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Abstract

The purpose of this review was: • to identify and provide a critical review of the research and literature concerned with parentchild interaction in relation to road safety education in order to inform the Child–parent interaction in relation to road safety education study completed in 2007; and • to consider the published evidence for the effect of strategies that parents use in training their children to be safer road users and to consider ways of engaging parents in road safety education. The term ‘children’ refers to the age group 0 to 18. The reason for this is that, although most research on childparent interaction tends to focus on the 0 to 14 age group, some studies, mainly those concerned with teen drivers, include young people aged 16 to 18. The term ‘parent’ refers to any adult accompanying the child.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
PublisherDepartment for Transport
ISBN (Print)9781906581534
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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