Waging the Battle against Drunk Driving: Issues, Countermeasures, and Effectiveness

Synopsis

This is a comprehensive examination of the contemporary movement against drunk driving. Written in a readable style, the volume addresses all major substantive aspects of the anti-drunk driving effort including society's changing attitudes and response to the crime itself and the offenders, the role of grass roots groups such as MADD and RID, federal and state initiatives, actions, and enabling legislation, and anti-drunk driving programs and projects. Robin takes a socio-legal approach throughout, emphasizing the rationales, controversies, and effectiveness of new strategies to combat drunk driving.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991