The Effects of Targeted traffic Accidents within the Emergence of Psychological Disorders among Individuals of " 3Rd' Category": Private Permit in Test " A Field Research"

By Ghoneem, Khowla Abd Al Raheem

Academic diary article via Studies in Sociology of Science, Volume. 3, Number 2 Article details

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Traffic incidents are considered modern problems that happen to be causing tremendous human and material losses to many persons and ensuing of them various temporary and permanent accidents and they cause enormous injuries to the general public and private real estate. It is not an exaggeration to state that patients of the road accidents will be more than the subjects of wars and terrorist operations on the globe. Some figures indicated the fact that number of fatalities resulting from car accidents were more than (300) 1, 000 people every year, and the estimated number of the injured people between the (10-15) million. In addition, statistics mentioned that the amounts of injuries in america alone had been more than three and a half , 000, 000 yearly (Butler et approach., 1999). It really is sad that (10%) of those injured people are children plus the percentage of children who experience injuries due to traffic accidents in some countries might be increasing to reach a lot more than (20%) because indicated in the Bulletin of Jordanian Visitors Institute. Some reports suggested that more than (300, 000) children are exposed to injuries brought on by road injuries in the United States exclusively (Hauschildt, 2002). What must be mentioned regarding this is that the patients of traffic accidents in the developing globe countries are more comparing with these in the produced countries since referred to in bulletin of the World Health Firm (Gender & Health, (2002). All government authorities make attempts to reduce injuries and thus decrease their unwanted effects. It is unfortunate that the unwanted effects of car accidents are linked to the minds of several as material loss, pain and struggling physical...