• Young Novice Drivers in Australia
    is associated with an increased risk of crash fatal to 16 and 17 years old drivers. Permission was obtained from the fatality analysis reporting system and general estimates system as well as the Nationwide Personal Transportation Survey. The authors found that the risk of death for the 16 or 17 year...
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  • Undeniable Thought(Film Crash)
    Diamond Ward Sociology 2060-01 Film Analysis #1 February 7, 2012 Undeniable Thought The film Crash by Paul Haggis is a film involving issues of race and gender, which is viewed through the intersecting lives of strangers seen through an auto accident/crash in Los Angeles which opens the film. This...
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  • Aviation - Atmospheric Science (Microburst)
    1304BPS: Atmospheric Science Assessment Item: | Report | Due Date: | 5pm, 23-9-2011 | Student: | | Student No. : | | Course Convenor: | | Contents 1.0 Introduction | 2 | 2.0 Microburst | 2 | - 2.1 Crash Analysis (Microburst) | 4 | 3.0 Aircraft Icing | 5...
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  • Articles
    MRBQ composite scales and all independent variables were forced into each analysis at the same time. The descriptive variables were included because these variables are known to be important determinants of motorcyclists’ crash liability (Taylor and Lockwood, 1990; Sexton et al., 2004) and their...
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  • Motorcycle Fatalities and Gas Prices
    , motorcyclists are about thirty-four times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle traffic crash (2). Motorcyclists suffered 40.09 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled in 2005, while car occupants suffered only 1.18 (2). From 1994-2004, motorcycle fatalities per...
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  • Crash Syndrome
    general, in its causation, nature, and care. (World health organization, 2004) Adducted thumbs is a specific finding commonly associated with CRASH syndrome. The adduction appears to result from loss of innervation of the extensor pollicis longus (EPL) and not loss of input to the appropriate...
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  • Road Diets Safety
    roadways where widening may not be an option (Wikipedia, 2006). A data analysis to assess the reduction in crash history due to "road diets" in Iowa was conducted by Iowa State University (ISU) in cooperation with Iowa Department of Transportation Office of Traffic and Safety (TAS). The study...
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  • Macroeconomic Bubbles
    • Successes of the crash • investing post-crash ; housing, commodities • 9/11 and Subprime mortgage crisis 5. Conclusion • Lessons learned on economic bubbles • Hindsight is 20/20 Extended Bibliography 1. Govetto, M and Walcher, T. Analysis and interpretation of the U.S. monetary policy during the...
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  • Safety Analysis of Florida Urban Limited Access Highways
    and this occurs due to the fact that there is no more room for lane changing Peet et al. 2004; Siuhi and Mussa 2007 . the magnitude of the effect of each variable on crash occurrence. The marginal effect for a negative binomial model is determined as E y/x = x 11 Marginal Effect Analysis...
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  • Crash
    , Thandie Newton, Matt Dillon,. Pathe!, 2004. Film. Japtaker. "Crash - A Sociological Analysis Of The Movie." HubPages. 2011. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://japtaker.hubpages.com/hub/Crash-A-Sociological-Analysis>. Haarr Robin N., Morash M., Gonyea D. P.2006 “Workplace problems in Police...
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  • Racism, Prejudice and Stereotype Comparison Between Film "Crash" and "So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans"
    Natashia Waramit Arts & Cultural Diversity November 14, 2012 Cultural Project #2 The 2004, Paul Haggis film Crash and Jimmy Santiago Baca’s sort reading, “So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans” surprisingly have many connections on racism, prejudice and stereotypes given the length...
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  • Film Analysis
    Carl Shideler Film Analysis – ENG 102 11 March 2011 Sometimes we just need to crash into each other "Sometimes people miss the sense of touch so much that they crash into each other just to feel something", says Graham Waters. Graham Waters is a detective in the 2004 award winning film Crash...
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  • Credit Risk Management
    | Abstract Contents Abstract 0 Introduction 2 Research Question 5 Literature Review 6 METHODOLOGY 8 RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 8 RESEARCH DESIGN 8 Data Collection 8 Data Analysis 8 Regression Equation 8 Null Hypothesis: 9 Alternative Hypothesis: 9 Bibliography 10 Appendix 11...
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  • Teen Driving
    • Published by Elsevier Inc. Trends in crash rates are presented by combining data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS, www-nrd. nhtsa.dot.gov/departments/nrd-01/summaries/FARS_98. html); the U.S. census; the National Household Travel Survey(NHTS;www.bts.gov/programs...
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  • Car Accidents
    on Simulated Driving Performance.” Accident Analysis and Prevention 37.1 (2004): 63-69. Narvon, David. “The Paradox of Driving Speed: Two Adverse Effects on Highway Accident Rate.” Accident Analysis and Prevention 35.3 (2003): 361-367. Persaud, Bhagwant, et al. “Crash Reduction Following...
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  • Digital Photography
    . Review of Economic Studies, vol 47, issue 1, 275-291. Hans-Martin Krolzig (2000). Business Cycle Measurement in the Presence of Structural Change: International Evidence. Department of Economics and Nuffield College, Oxford University. Harmantzis F. (2004). Inside the Telecom Crash: Bankruptcies...
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  • Hutton Marcus
    results indicate that measures of opacity in a given national market are associated with both higher average R2 and higher crash risk of the firms in that country. But virtually all other empirical work on opacity has focused entirely on R2. Li, Morck, Yang, and Yeung (2004) also focus on country-level...
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  • Film Music - Crash
    CRITICAL STUDIES: Film Music Assessment 1: Research Essay Crash (2004) – Composer: Mark Isham Crash is a film directed by Paul Haggis and was released in 2004. The film depicts various social and political themes, the strongest being the issue of racism in the larger societies of the US...
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  • Car Accidents - a Global Catastrophe
    fatalities. Crowthorne, Transport Research Laboratory, 2000 (TRL Report 445). Keall MD, Frith WJ, Patterson TL. The influence of alcohol, age and number of passengers on the night-time risk of driver fatal injury in New Zealand. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 2004, 36:49–61. Kloeden CN et al...
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  • Crash Analysis
    Crash analysis Haggi’s 2004Crash’ is a film that explores the different dimensions of human nature and how quick humans are to judge a person based on their physical appearance and the stereotypes associated with them. Set in Los Angeles post 9/11, the film is a vignette of over a 36 hour...
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