عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the role of media in reducing accidents through the admission process. In order to investigate the impact of media on reducing accidents, the AIDA admissin process model has been used and media advertising. The research is applied and descriptive in nature. The statistical population is 6000 passengers and the sample is 361 people. Between the total sample, 25.8% were single and 74.2% were married, 15% were graduates, 21.1% had diplomas, 24.1% had undergraduate degrees, 33.8% had undergraduate degrees and 1.6% had master's degrees and higher. The mean age is 37.33, the lowest is 25 and the highest value is 61 years. The average work record is 8/8, the lowest is 1 and the highest is 27 years. In order to assess the impact of television on reducing accidents, the AIDA model and its adoption process have been used, which results in "all its dimensions affecting the reduction of road accidents." Proposals for the implementation of educational programs, the use of billboards on the road, the control of the entry of qualified drivers Encourage non-accident drivers. From research suggestions, exploring the relationship between personality bridges, examining the impact of professional ethics on compliance with the rules.