WPŁYW KAMPANII SPOŁECZNYCH NA BEZPIECZEŃSTWO W RUCHU DROGOWYM NA PRZYKŁADZIE PREWENCYJNEGO PROGRAMU OGRANICZENIA PRZESTĘPCZOŚCI I ASPOŁECZNYCH ZACHOWAŃ „RAZEM BEZPIECZNIEJ”
Wyższa Szkoła Administracji i Biznesu im. E. Kwiatkowskiego w Gdyni
Social campaigns are a tool to promote ideas and attitudes, being at the same time a way of activating recipients to take pro-social behaviors and eliminating attitudes that negatively affect the health, life and development of society. In the current era social campaigns are seen as an element increasing the efficiency of operations in the field of public health or safety, because they have instruments thanks to which a particular social group can be reached. Social advertising, which is a persuasive message should induce attitudes and behaviors socially desirable and provoking abandonment of behaviors that violate the legal order or sense of social security. Examples include social advertising directed to people who are participants in road traffic. The purpose of these projects is to make positive changes in behaviour among all road users and to respect the dangers and consequences of making decisions that violate the law. Also, the governmental programme “Safer Together” has been integrated into the campaign to counteract unwanted traffic incidents and their consequences. His overriding goal, among others, was reducing the scale of phenomena and behavior creating a sense of danger in society. This programme combined actions of many entities including the police, government and local administration, as well as the social partners interested in improving public safety and order. Activity in this field educated and shaped a conscious and cultural participant of the road traffic; It has disseminated the principles of road rescue, first aid and, in particular, the promotion of traffic safety measures. Presented work is an attempt to answer the question of the quality and effects of an integrated approach to road safety issues under the “Safer Total” programme conducted in years 2007-2015 and social campaigns.
safety, social campaigns, promotion of pro-social behaviour