Watch the documentary movie “From One Second to the Next” (2013, 34 minutes). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fev32zxoh00
Prior to viewing From One Second to the Next, were you aware of the dangers of distracted driving, texting and driving in particular? If so, how did you learn about the dangers of distracted driving?
Have you ever texted while driving? If yes, why did you choose to text while driving rather than wait until you were finished driving?
Have you ever suffered an adverse event (e.g., crash, near crash, ticket, etc.) because of texting while driving (your texting or someone else’s texting)? If yes, explain what happened.
Talking on a cell phone while driving increases the likelihood of a crash by 4 times. Texting while driving increases the likelihood of a crash by up to 20 times. Using concepts of information processing and/or attention, explain why you think texting while driving is so much more dangerous than talking on a cell phone while driving.
Describe your initial reaction to the movie (i.e., how did it make you feel?).
Do you think this movie is capable of changing the driving behavior of people, including yourself, who watch it? Why, why not?
concern was to adult learners who were returning to higher education. All questions were operationalised in the making of the interviews being conducted in the same manner. Moreover, making them internally consistent and valid for ease of direct comparison of the achieved results. While all methods were available, interviews were chosen for use as they are the most effective for opinions to be given, helping create in depth qualitative data being gathered and supported. When gathering information for a study, researchers frequently use questionnaires on the grounds that they are more financially variable, time-productive and simple to assess objectively. Disregarding these advantages, questionnaires have numerous insufficiencies. In addition, participants generally complete questionnaires without assistance from the researcher, making it difficult to know whether the participant understands the questions being asked, social desirability may occur here, giving false responses. When carrying out the interview however, the participant can ask for clarification if they don’t understand a question. All things considered, researchers regularly use interviews over questionnaires, as close interactive meetings can give more detailed data about the participants answers, allowing researchers to collect non-verbal data.>GET ANSWER