i) Cars, driving, and car culture

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O’Connor, Christopher, and Katharine Kelly. (2006). Auto theft and Youth Culture: A Nexus of Masculinities, Femininities and Car Culture. Journal of Youth Studies, Volume 9 Number 3, July.

Vassallo, Suzanne, Diana Smart, Ann Sanson, Warren Harrison, Anne Harris, Samantha Cockfield, and Allison McIntyre (2007) Risky driving among young Australian drivers: trends, precursors and correlates. Accident Analysis and Prevention, v. 39 no. 3, May: 444-458.

Vick, Malcolm. (2003). Danger on the roads! Masculinity, the car, and safety. Youth Studies Australia 22(1), March, pp. 32-36.

Walker, Linley. (1998). Under the Bonnet: Car Culture, Technological Dominance and Young Men of the Working Class. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 3(2), December.

Walker, Linley. (1999). Hydraulic Sexuality and Hegemonic Masculinity: Young Working-Class Men and Car Culture. In White, R. ed. Australian Youth Subcultures: On the Margins and in the Mainstream. Hobart, Tas: Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, pp. 178-187.

Walker, Linley. (2003). Car Culture, Technological Dominance and Young Men of the Working Class. In Stephen Tomsen and Mike Donaldson. (eds.). Male Trouble: Looking at Australian Masculinities. North Melbourne, VIC: Pluto Press.

Walker, Linley, Dianne Butland, and Robert Connell. (2000). Boys on the Road: Masculinities, Car Culture, and Road Safety. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(2), Winter.