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Combining Mobile Phone Conversations and Driving – Studying a Mundane Practice in its Naturalistic Setting PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Combining Mobile Phone Conversations and Driving – Studying a Mundane Practice in its Naturalistic Setting Mattias Esbjörnsson Ph D Oskar Juhlin The Mobility Studio Interactive Institute Stockholm www.tii.se/mobility Message

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Combining Mobile Phone Conversations and Driving –

Studying a Mundane Practice in its Naturalistic Setting

Mattias Esbjörnsson

Ph D Oskar Juhlin

The Mobility Studio

Interactive Institute

Stockholm

www.tii.se/mobility


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Message

”Drivers adapt their mobile phone conversations to traffic in order to make the situation safer.”


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Overview of Presentation

  • Motivation

  • Ethnographic method

  • Analysis

  • Conclusion


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Motivation

  • Large social phenomenon

  • Safety concern

  • Increasing demand on legislation

  • Need to complement controlled experiments with field studies


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Method

  • Ethnographic method:

    • Participant observation

    • Member’s viewpoints

    • Holism

  • Data collection:

    • Video recordings

    • Seven drivers

    • Ninety-five calls


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    Tacit Skills

    Device Handling

    Conversation

    Chaining

    Before Leaving

    Shift of Speed

    Expecting Calls

    ”Turn Taking”

    Modulation of Conversational Cues

    Slowing Down

    Choice of Topic


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    Device Handling

    Tacit Skills

    Conversation

    Chaining

    Before Leaving

    Shift of Speed

    Expecting Calls

    ”Turn Taking”

    Modulation of Conversational Cues

    Slowing Down

    Choice of Topic


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    Conversation

    Tacit Skills

    Device Handling

    Chaining

    Before Leaving

    Shift of Speed

    Expecting Calls

    ”Turn Taking”

    Modulation of Conversational Cues

    Slowing Down

    Choice of Topic


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    Conclusion

    • Drivers fit their mobile phone conversations to traffic

    • The residual between the amount of expected accidents, given controlled experiments, and actual crash data, could be due to adaptive behaviours

    • Ethnographic field studies revealed interesting data


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    Questions?

    www.tii.se/mobility

    [email protected]

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