Can Safety Belt Laws be Justified?
This article combines the researched sciences of logic, philosophy, and medicine to develop a perspective on safety belt laws. The positions of advocacy and opposition are examined primarily by a nonphysician in a reasonably unbiased manner. The result is an enhanced awareness of principles not commonly employed by physicians which may be useful to the medical profession in dealing with this controversy.
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Rhodes, M. R., & Rhodes, M. (1990). Can safety belt laws be justified?. Pennsylvania Medicine, 93(9), 62-64
Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Medical Specialties | Surgery | Trauma
Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Faculty