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Lyndel Bates
Lyndel Bates
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Griffith Criminology Institute
Verified email at griffith.edu.au - Homepage
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What drives compliance? The effect of deterrence and shame emotions on young drivers’ compliance with road laws
S Allen, K Murphy, L Bates
Policing and society 27 (8), 884-898, 2017
1412017
Factors contributing to crashes among young drivers
LJ Bates, J Davey, B Watson, MJ King, K Armstrong
Sultan Qaboos university medical journal 14 (3), e297, 2014
141*2014
The effectiveness of traffic policing in reducing traffic crashes
L Bates, D Soole, B Watson
Policing and security in practice: Challenges and achievements, 90-109, 2012
1072012
The impact of changes to the graduated driver licensing program in Queensland, Australia on the experiences of Learner drivers
BJ Scott-Parker, L Bates, BC Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (4), 1301-1308, 2011
992011
Young and unaffected by road policing strategies: Using deterrence theory to explain provisional drivers’(non) compliance
L Bates, MJ Darvell, B Watson
Australian & New Zealand journal of criminology 50 (1), 23-38, 2017
722017
Preparing students for the professional workplace: who has responsibility for what?
A Bates, M Bates, L Bates
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education 8 (2), 121-129, 2007
702007
Random breath testing in Queensland and Western Australia: Examination of how the random breath testing rate influences alcohol related traffic crash rates
J Ferris, L Mazerolle, M King, L Bates, S Bennett, M Devaney
Accident Analysis & Prevention 60, 181-188, 2013
612013
Comparing police and public perceptions of a routine traffic encounter
LJ Bates, E Antrobus, S Bennett, P Martin
Police quarterly 18 (4), 442-468, 2015
602015
Graduated driver licensing: An international review
LJ Bates, S Allen, K Armstrong, B Watson, MJ King, J Davey
Sultan Qaboos university medical journal 14 (4), e432, 2014
572014
The influence of the elements of procedural justice and speed camera enforcement on young novice driver self-reported speeding
L Bates, S Allen, B Watson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 92, 34-42, 2016
542016
Using the Student Lifecycle Approach to Enhance Employability: An Example from Criminology and Criminal Justice.
L Bates, H Hayes
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education 18 (2), 141-151, 2017
472017
Not all dimensions of work self-efficacy are equal: Understanding the role of tertiary work placements in the development of the elements of work self-efficacy
M Bates, C Thompson, L Bates
Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships 47 (1), 19-30, 2013
442013
Building a bridge between university and employment: Work-integrated learning
L Bates
Queensland Parliamentary Library, Research Publications and Resources Section, 2005
442005
The role of parents and non-parents in the supervision of learner drivers in Australia
L Bates, B Watson, MJ King
Accident Analysis & Prevention 70, 40-45, 2014
332014
Required hours of practice for learner drivers: A comparison between two Australian jurisdictions
L Bates, B Watson, M King
Journal of Safety Research 41 (2), 93-97, 2010
322010
Young drivers, deterrence theory, and punishment avoidance: a qualitative exploration
L Bates, L Anderson
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 15 (2), 784-797, 2021
282021
A mixed-methods study of driver education informed by the Goals for Driver Education: Do young drivers and educators agree on what was taught?
D Rodwell, A Hawkins, N Haworth, GS Larue, L Bates, A Filtness
Safety science 108, 140-148, 2018
282018
Optimising the length of random breath tests: Results from the Queensland Community Engagement Trial
L Mazerolle, L Bates, S Bennett, G White, J Ferris, E Antrobus
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 48 (2), 256-276, 2015
282015
Competing or complementing: Driver education and graduated driver licensing
L Bates, B Watson, M King
2006 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference …, 2006
282006
Are Students Who Do Not Participate in Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Disadvantaged? Differences in Work Self-Efficacy between WIL and Non-WIL Students.
CM Thompson, L Bates, M Bates
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education 17 (1), 9-20, 2016
272016
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