Blaming Children for Child Injuries Pedestrian

  • C AROLYN C OGGAN
  • Published 1997

Abstract

Pedestrian injuries are a leading cause of childhood mortality. In this paper a case study of a child pedestrian death is presented in order to examine the apportionment of responsibility for child pedestrian injuries. The case presented illustrates how responsibility is located with the child, whilst structural contributors, in particular aspects of the… (More)

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