Traffic Discipline: Necessities and Consequences

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Abstract:
Accepting the defined rules and relations is a prerequisite to modern life. Some experts consider accepting social rules, especially obeying traffic norms, as a sign of modernity and others regard it as fixed values and moralities. Since traffic is regarded as the most flexible part of social order and security, it is so tangible for all people and, hence could be considered as a norm. Various preventive course of action through training the public or engaging them in assting the police to perform his duties and missions are among police strategies which would prove useful, if implemented in the right way. Of course, performing this special mission has its own problems which could be classified in two groups: (1) unavailability of legal grounds, and (2) observing social discretion.Improving police officers’ interaction with people in the society through polite and yet professional behavior as well as observing local and international standards could be strategic solutions to the problem. The present paper concludes that traffic police can engage people in self-controlling through internalizing traffic rules as well as improving officers’ interaction with people.
Language:
Persian
Published:
Traffic Management Studies, Volume:5 Issue: 19, 2011
Page:
59
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