i) Cars, driving, and car culture

Bengry-Howell, A., and C. Griffin. (2007). Self-made Motormen: The Material Construction of Working-class Masculine Identities through Car Modification. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(4): 439 - 458.

Braly, A. M., Parent, M. C., & DeLucia, P. R. (2018). Do Threats to Masculinity Result in More Aggressive Driving Behavior? Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 19(4), 540.

Burbano-Valente, J., Gafaro-Barrera, M. E., Torres-Quintero, A. P., & Dominguez-Torres, M. T. (2019). Masculinities in Transit: The Voices of Motorcyclists. Masculinities & Social Change, 8(2), 145-170.

Burnard, C. A. (2008). Masculinity and Drinking and Driving among Male Students at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg.  

Butters, J., Mann, R. E., Wickens, C. M., & Boase, P. (2012). Gender Differences and Demographic Influences in Perceived Concern for Driver Safety and Support for Impaired Driving Countermeasures. Journal of safety research, 43(5-6), 405-411.

Coquelet, C., Granie, M.-A., & Griffet, J. (2018). Conformity to Gender Stereotypes, Motives for Riding and Aberrant Behaviors of French Motorcycle Riders. Journal of Risk Research, 1-12.

Fleiter, J. J., Lennon, A., & Watson, B. (2010). How Do Other People Influence Your Driving Speed? Exploring the ‘Who’and the ‘How’of Social Influences on Speeding from a Qualitative Perspective. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 13(1), 49-62.

Graham, Hannah, and Rob White (2007) Young people, dangerous driving and car culture. Youth Studies Australia, September, Vol. 26, no. 3: 28-35

Granié, M.-A., & Papafava, E. (2011). Gender Stereotypes Associated with Vehicle Driving among French Preadolescents and Adolescents. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 14(5), 341-353.

Granié, M.-A., Abou-Dumontier, A., & Guého, L. (2013). How Gender Influences Road User Behaviors? The Bringing-in of the Developmental Social Psychology. Advances in human aspects of road and rail transportation. Boca Raton: Crc Press-Taylor and Francis Group, 754-763.

Hennessy, D. A., & Wiesenthal, D. L. (2001). Gender, Driver Aggression, and Driver Violence: An Applied Evaluation. Sex Roles, 44(11-12), 661-676.

Krahé, B., & Fenske, I. (2002). Predicting Aggressive Driving Behavior: The Role of Macho Personality, Age, and Power of Car. Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 28(1), 21-29.

Lennon, A., & Watson, B. (2011). “Teaching Them a Lesson?” a Qualitative Exploration of Underlying Motivations for Driver Aggression. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 43(6), 2200-2208.

Lonczak, H. S., Neighbors, C., & Donovan, D. M. (2007). Predicting Risky and Angry Driving as a Function of Gender. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 39(3), 536-545.

Mast, M. S., Sieverding, M., Esslen, M., Graber, K., & Jäncke, L. (2008). Masculinity Causes Speeding in Young Men. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 40(2), 840-842.

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.

Özkan, T., & Lajunen, T. (2005). Why Are There Sex Differences in Risky Driving? The Relationship between Sex and GenderRole on Aggressive Driving, Traffic Offences, and Accident Involvement among Young Turkish Drivers. Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 31(6), 547-558.

Özkan, T., & Lajunen, T. (2006). What Causes the Differences in Driving between Young Men and Women? The Effects of Gender Roles and Sex on Young Drivers’ Driving Behaviour and Self-Assessment of Skills. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 9(4), 269-277.

Redshaw, S. (2006). Dangerous Gender Performances: ‘Hydraulic Masculinity’as a Norm for Young Male Drivers. Paper presented at the Proceedings 2006 Australasian Road Safety, Research, Policing and Education Conference.

Redshaw, S. (2008). In the Company of Cars: driving as a social and cultural practice. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

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

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.


Health promotion, social marketing, and driving

Bird, S., & Tapp, A. (2008). Encouraging Road Safety Amongst Young Drivers: How Can Social Marketing Help. Bristol, England: Bristol Social Marketing Centre.

Dun, S., & Ali, A. Z. (2018). “Seatbelts Don’t Save Lives”: Discovering and Targeting the Attitudes and Behaviors of Young Arab Male Drivers. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 121, 185-193.

Faulks, I. J., & Irwin, J. D. (2008). Complaints to the Advertising Standards Bureau About the ‘Speeding. No One Thinks Big of You’campaign. Getting the road safety message across: What can we learn from public health advertising, 111-120.

Fleiter, J., Lewis, I., & Watson, B. (2014). Promoting a More Positive Traffic Safety Culture in Australia: Lessons Learnt and Future Directions. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 25(1), 27.

Jones, S. C., & Eagleton, K. (2015). Does Context Matter? Australian Consumers’ Attitudes to the Use of Messages and Appeals in Commercial and Social Marketing Advertising Innovations in Social Marketing and Public Health Communication (pp. 67-86): Springer.

Lemarié, L., Chebat, J.-C., & Bellavance, F. (2018). Reckless Driving Promotion and Prevention: Priming Effects. Journal of Social Marketing, 8(2), 220-236.

Plant, B. R. C., Irwin, J., & Chekaluk, E. (2010). Combating Youth Speeding: A Televised Intervention Approach: Macquarie University.

Plant, B. R., Irwin, J. D., & Chekaluk, E. (2017). The Effects of Anti-Speeding Advertisements on the Simulated Driving Behaviour of Young Drivers. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 100, 65-74.

Watsford, R., & Roads, N. (2008). The Success of the Pinkie Campaign ‘Speeding. No One Thinks Big of You’: A New Approach to Road Safety Marketing. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australasian College of Road Safety,‘High risk road users-Motivating behaviour change: What works and what doesn't work.

Wiesenthal, D. L., Roseborough, J. E., & Wickens, C. M. (2015). Behavioral Approaches for Combating Aggressive Driving Routledge Handbook of Transportation (pp. 133-146): Routledge.

Wundersitz, L., & Hutchinson, T. (2011a). Road Safety Advertising and Social Marketing. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 22(4), 34.

Wundersitz, L., & Hutchinson, T. (2011b). What Can We Learn from Recent Evaluations of Road Safety Mass Media Campaigns? Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 22(4), 40.

Wundersitz, L., Hutchinson, T., & Woolley, J. (2010). Best Practice in Road Safety Mass Media Campaigns: A Literature Review. Social psychology, 5, 119-186.