The use of time. Daily activities of urban and suburban populations in twelve countries. Edited by Alexander Szalai. In collaboration with Philip E. Converse [and others].

The Hague, Mouton, [1973] .

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Subjects Budgets temps -- Enquêtes.
Time management surveys.
Time management.
Series European Centre for the Co-ordination of Research and Documentation in Social Sciences. Publications ; 5.
Description xii, 868 pages 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 831-868).
Contents The multinational comparative time-budget research project: List of participants -- Introduction: Concepts and practices of time-budget research -- Part I. The time budget project: Organization, methods and approaches -- 1. The organizational history of the multinational comparative time-budget research project -- 2. Design specifications for the surveys -- 3. The implementation of the survey design -- 4. The time-budget interview -- 5. The analysis of time-budget data -- 6. Everyday life in twelve countries -- 7. Country differences in time use -- 8. Models of everyday time allocations -- Part II. Studies on the use of time -- 1. The impact of television on mass media usages: A cross-national comparison -- 2. Social differentiation in leisure activity choices: An unfinished experiment -- 3. An attempt at a typology of time use -- 4. Child care in twelve countries -- 5. The use of free time in Toruń, Maribor and Jackson -- 6. The use of time in the industrializing community of Hoyerswerda -- 7. International differences in the types and frequencies of social contacts -- 8. Patterns of social interaction -- 9. The outdoor activity system in an urban environment -- 10. Marital cohesion as reflected in time-budgets -- 11. Educational status and time-budgets -- 12. The influence of socio-cultural factors on responses collected for time-budgets -- 13. Time-budget studies and social planning -- 14. The trip to work: The application of the time-budget method to problems arising from commuting between residence and workplace -- 15. Aggregate time-balances and their meaning for socio-economic planning -- 16. Prognoses of living standards and time-budget analysis -- 17. The methodological aspects of a study about the social notion of time in relation to economic development -- 18. Time-budgets and technological progress -- Part III. Statistical appendix -- I. Background characteristics -- II. Primary activities -- III. Primary activities by background characteristics -- IV. Secondary activities -- V. Daily cycles of activities -- VI. Social contacts -- VII. Locations -- VIII. Miscellaneous tables -- Part IV. Bibliography.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)661531
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Szalai, Sándor, 1912-1983.
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