Boston, MA, March 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- At 261 pages, this dissertation by author Dr. James Andrew Eidelman is targeted to those researching the telecommunications industry, particularly students. "There is no problem left unsolved," says Dr. Eidelman referring to his research. "'Safety Solutions and Differences in Motor Vehicle Drivers Who Use Cellular Telephones' can be useful to university students looking for research on their own dissertation or as a follow-up on how to write a proper dissertation."
"Being in this industry (telecommunications), I wanted to understand and let people know what the downsides are to using telecom devices while driving motor vehicles," said Dr. Eidelman, when asked about the topic of his dissertation. "The safety issues at play are numerous, which my research covers. There is a much higher risk of danger when using telecom devices while driving."
Title: Safety Solutions and Differences in Motor Vehicle Drivers Who Use Cellular Telephones
Author: Dr. James Andrew Eidelman
Pages: 261 pages
UMI number: 3538199
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About Dr. James Andrew EidelmanDr. James Eidelman
has held an integral position at Verizon Communications for 14 years. After acquiring his Bachelors of Science and Business Administration from Boston University, he proceeded to get his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. And to further his knowledge and expertise in the industry, he then obtained his Doctoral Degree in Organizational Leadership and Information Systems Technology from the University of Phoenix as well.
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