Chris Dorley-Brown is a British photographer who has lived and worked in the East End for the last 30 years. During his career as a photographer he has documented many aspects of life in Hackney and its diverse community.
Category: Automobile drivers
Chris Dorley-Brown has documented more than 40 drivers stuck in traffic jams in East London during 1986 and 1987. The images, showing faces in various states of boredom, frustration or relaxation are as fascinating as they are humorous and subtly capture the mood and fashion of a very distinct era. Chris Dorley-Brown is a British photographer who has lived and worked in the East End for the last 30 years. During his career as a photographer he has documented many aspects of life in Hackney and its diverse community.
When the driver is ready to move forward, he-she should slowly release the
parking brake while depressing the accelerator pedal and releasing the clutch.
This technique requires coordination. Inexperienced manual shift drivers should
Andrew Clayton , of the Research ( SWOV ) , said that the British Institute of
Traffic increase of drinking and driving ... and driving experi sharp decrease on
the enforceenced in Great Britain in the ment level of drinking driving 1980s
during the ...
Author: White House Conference on Library and Information ServicesPublish On: 1980
When I was at law school , I began to look at the reasons why the law
overwhelmingly ascribed responsibility to drivers in crashes and injuries on the
highway . One of the reasons , and perhaps the most important reason , is that
the law ...
Author: White House Conference on Library and Information Services
Author: Society of Prospective Medicine. MeetingPublish On: 1984
23 ; the risk multiplier for drivers not wearing seat belts is 97 . 4 % - 88 . 6 % - 1 .
11 . A reasonable risk multiplier for persons who report occasional seat belt
usage would be . 6 , assuming that the likelihood of wearing & seat belt on a long
Both young women and older women show relatively increased risks of death per
licensed driver at the end of the 1980s than early in the decade . Women in their
mid - twenties through midsixties show no change in risk of death . Thus some ...
KEY CONCEPTS • aggressive drivers • antisocial • driver violence • frustration •
impulsiveness stress INTRODUCTION A global problem , road rage became a
concern for social psychologists in the late 1980's , when the term first began to
Author: Nancy A. Piotrowski
Publisher: Salem PressInc
"A comprehensive introduction to psychology, this work will find a home in a broad range of library collections. Each topical entry includes notes on the type of psychology and field of study covered, a list of key concepts related to the essay, and an annotated list of sources for further study. Entries on mental disorders include sidebars with the characteristic criteria for that diagnosis. High school students, undergraduates, and others will find a wealth of information in this useful set."--"The Top 20 Reference Titles of the Year," American Libraries, May 2004.
At that first meeting , dramatic reductions in drinking and driving in all
industrialized countries during the decade of the 1980s was reported . The
declines included about 50 % in the U.K. , 28 % in Canada and The Netherlands
, 32 % in ...
Author: Louise I. Gerdes
Publisher: Greenhaven Press, Incorporated
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Presents a collection of essays discussing the problem of drunk driving, including solutions, legal issues, and personal narratives.
Ayn Embar - Seddon O'Reilly and Allan D. Pass INTRODUCTION A global
problem , road rage became a concern for social psychologists in the late 1980's
, when the term first began to be used . Although incidents of driver violence had
Author: Nancy A. Piotrowski
Publisher: Salem PressInc
This comprehensive five-volume set covers notable theories, people, social issues, life stages, the physiology and anatomy of the nervous system, and various mental illnesses or conditions --from publisher description.
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research BoardPublish On: 1994
Regrettably , as Hauer ( 1985 ) has stated about many countermeasures -- we do
much but learn little in the doing . This most certainly applies to the drinking - driving field . Much was done in Canada in the 1980s and this activity appears to
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board
Category: Drinking and traffic accidents
This circular contains the papers presented at a special session of the Traffic Safety on Two Continents International Conference, held in The Hague, The Netherlands, on September 23, 1993. The presentations discuss the significant worldwide reduction over the past decade in the incidence of drinking and driving and the reasons for it in Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, and the United States. Also contained in this circular are a summary of a paper prepared by colleagues from France describing what occurred in their country and a summary of the general discussion that followed the formal presentations.
Short oval racing (Hot Rod and Stock Car racing) is a very popular motorsport. This is the charting the progress of short oval racing in the 1980s. 90+ never before published photos and championship listings complement the evocative text.
Author: Richard John Neil
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
Category: Sports & Recreation
Covers the continued development of short oval motor racing in the UK. At the top level of the sport, cars became more sophisticated and expensive, which led to the introduction of new classes to cater to drivers who no longer had the budget to compete at this level. Promoters continued to work with each other and there was a regular interchange of drivers across the country – not only at major championship events but also in one-off team meetings. Over ninety never-before-published photos and championship listings complement the evocative text. Complete with 100 nostalgic pictures from racing throughout the decade, and a comprehensive listing of major championship dates, venues and winners.
Will automobile drivers of the 1980's , driving smaller automobiles , feel more
benign toward pedestrians ? We must look ahead with optimism in the 1980's so
that pedestrians will benefit from improved education , specialized pedestrian
... consumption and driving behaviours The incidences of alcohol levels have
been fairly stable since the early 1980s. ... that the large number of legal
measures which were introduced during the 1980s and the increasing number of drivers ...
The changes in fatal crash involvement rate do not differ appreciably among
male and female drivers until the early 1980's. From the early 1980's, fatal
involvement rates per licensed driver have increased for female drivers and
decreased for ...
The Regulation of Self-employed Owner-drivers in New South Wales Road
Transport, 1940-1988 Mark Bray. PERSONAL INTERVIEWS ... Owner - Driver ,
1960s ; Owner - Manager , Hi - Quality Concrete , 1971-1980s . TWU South
Coast Sub ...
The supply of secondaryschool teachers will exceed the demand for them
through the 1980's. Average increase in the number of openings. Average
increase for both types of drivers during the 1980's. Demand exceeds supply, but
Countermeasures for teen and senior drivers are also discussed . 52 669336
TRENDS IN DRINKING DRIVER FATALITIES IN CANADA Public and political
concern and action focused on the problem of drinking and driving during the 1980s ...
One recent study found that increases in the MLDA reduced not only teenage driver deaths but also teenage pedestrian deaths ( Jones et al . 1992 ) . This
finding raises important questions about whether CONCLUSION The 1980's saw
... public attitudes and behaviors drinking styles and / or general disregard for
relative to drinking and driving since the early rules play a more important role in
the decision 1980s . Drunk driving , once a more or less making process of
The early 1980s produced legislation that increased the state's reliance on
incarceration to deter drunk driving . To ensure effective use of this punishment ,
the 1980s legislation returned to a policy first used in the 1950s — restricting