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A Communicative Approach to Road Rage: Accounts of Driving and Retaliation
Unformatted Document Text:  Road Rage 26 epidemiology of violence: Something old, something new. Studies on Crime and Prevention, 7, 221-238. Hennessy, D. A. & Wiesenthal, D. L. (1999). Trafic congestion, driver stress, and driver aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 25, 409-423. Jonah, B. A. (1990). Age differences in risky driving. Health Education Research Theory & Practice, 5, 139-149. Lawton, R., & Nutter, A. (2002). A comparison of reported levels and expression of anger in everyday and driving situations. British Journal of Psychology, 93, 407-423. Lowenstein, L. F. (1997). Research into causes and manifestations of aggression in car driving. The Police Journal, July, 263-270. Lupton, D. (1999). Monsters in metal cocoons: ‘Road rage’ and cyborg bodies. Body & Society, 5(1), 57- 72. Lupton, D. (2002). Road rage: Drivers' understanding and experiences. Journal of Sociology, 38, 275-290. Matthews, G., Dorn, L., Hoyes, T. W., Davies, D. R., Glendon, A. I., & Taylor, R. G. (1998). Driver stress and performance on a driving simulator. Human Factors, 40, 136-149. Matthews, G., Tsuda, A., Xin, G., & Ozeki, Y. (1999). Individual differences in driver stress vulnerability in a Japanese sample. Ergonomics, 42, 401-415. Overberg, P. (1999). Debunking a “trend.” Columbia Journalism Review, March/April, 28. Parker, D., Lujanen, T., & Stradling, S. (1998). Attitudinal predictors of interpersonally aggressive violations on the road. Transportation Research Part F, 1, 11-24. Road Rage (2000). Iowa Department of Transportation. Retrieved March 27, 2002 from www.dot.state.ia.us/roadrage.htm. www.dot.state.ia.us/roadrage.htm. Road Rage (2002). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Retrieved March 28, 2002 from www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/enforce/aggressdrivers/index.html. Ruback, R. B. & Juieng, D. (1997). Territorial defense in parking lots: Retaliation against waiting drivers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 821-834.

Authors: Canary, Daniel., Mikkelson, Alan., Switzer, Frank. and Bailey, Carrie.
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Road Rage 26
epidemiology of violence: Something old, something new. Studies on Crime and Prevention, 7,
221-238.
Hennessy, D. A. & Wiesenthal, D. L. (1999). Trafic congestion, driver stress, and driver aggression.
Aggressive Behavior, 25, 409-423.
Jonah, B. A. (1990). Age differences in risky driving. Health Education Research Theory & Practice, 5,
139-149.
Lawton, R., & Nutter, A. (2002). A comparison of reported levels and expression of anger in everyday and
driving situations. British Journal of Psychology, 93, 407-423.
Lowenstein, L. F. (1997). Research into causes and manifestations of aggression in car driving. The Police
Journal, July, 263-270.
Lupton, D. (1999). Monsters in metal cocoons: ‘Road rage’ and cyborg bodies. Body & Society, 5(1), 57-
72.
Lupton, D. (2002). Road rage: Drivers' understanding and experiences. Journal of Sociology, 38, 275-290.
Matthews, G., Dorn, L., Hoyes, T. W., Davies, D. R., Glendon, A. I., & Taylor, R. G. (1998). Driver stress
and performance on a driving simulator. Human Factors, 40, 136-149.
Matthews, G., Tsuda, A., Xin, G., & Ozeki, Y. (1999). Individual differences in driver stress vulnerability
in a Japanese sample. Ergonomics, 42, 401-415.
Overberg, P. (1999). Debunking a “trend.” Columbia Journalism Review, March/April, 28.
Parker, D., Lujanen, T., & Stradling, S. (1998). Attitudinal predictors of interpersonally aggressive
violations on the road. Transportation Research Part F, 1, 11-24.
Road Rage (2000). Iowa Department of Transportation. Retrieved March 27, 2002 from
www.dot.state.ia.us/roadrage.htm.
www.dot.state.ia.us/roadrage.htm.
Road Rage (2002). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Retrieved March 28, 2002 from
www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/enforce/aggressdrivers/index.html.
Ruback, R. B. & Juieng, D. (1997). Territorial defense in parking lots: Retaliation against waiting drivers.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 821-834.


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