BEING SEEN, BEING GOOD: HOW OBSERVATION INFLUENCES DRIVING HABITS
BITI VIDEN, BITI DOBER. KAKO OPAZOVANJE VPLIVA NA VOZNIŠKE NAVADE

Dan Podjed

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2014430306

Abstract

The article discusses how supervision and observation encourage altruism and prosocial behavior. It focuses on several types of observation: surveillance, sousveillance, peerto-peer surveillance, and self-surveillance. These aspects are analyzed in more detail in a case study of various approaches to encouraging eco-driving.

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Prispevek ugotavlja, kako nadzorovanje in opazovanje spodbujata altruizem in prosocialno vedenje. Posveti se različnim oblikam opazovanja, in sicer nadzoru od »zgoraj« in »spodaj«, vrstniškemu nadzoru in samonadzoru. Te vidike bolj podrobno obravnava na primeru različnih načinov za spodbujanje eko-vožnje.

Keywords

altruism; surveillance; observation; eco-driving // altruizem; nadzor; opazovanje; eko-vožnja

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