6 edition of Time-use measurement and research found in the catalog.
|Statement||Michele Ver Ploeg ... [et al.], editors ; Committee on National Statistics, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council.|
|Series||Compass series, Compass series (Washington, D.C.)|
|Contributions||Ver Ploeg, Michele., National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on National Statistics.|
|LC Classifications||HD69.T54 T485 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
|ISBN 10||058531733X, 0309070929|
|LC Control Number||00709591|
Jonathan Gershuny, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Methodological Alternatives. There are four distinct approaches to the measurement of time use in a population: ‘stylized estimates’ as part of questionnaire enquiries, observational methods, using administrative records, and diary methods. The paper discusses the importance of broadening the scope of time-use research to capture the quantity and quality of time, to achieve richer insights into gendered time-use patterns and trends. The paper suggests a path forward that combines mainstream time-use data collection methods with promising methodological innovations from other.
The purpose of the workshop, as noted earlier, was to draw on the most current understanding of methodological advances to improve the measurement of physical and cognitive disabilities in population surveys of older adults, focusing on disability measures that are suitable for population surveys and that are most relevant for monitoring of trends and policy oriented research and evaluation. Biophysical Measurement in Experimental Social Science Research is an ideal primer for the experimental social scientist wishing to update their knowledge and skillset in the area of laboratory-based biophysical measurement. Many behavioral laboratories across the globe have acquired increasingly sophisticated biophysical measurement equipment, sometimes for particular research .
Economists have long been interested in the analysis of time use decision making. Studies of this nature have been limited until recently by a lack of quality time use data. In , after years of study and preparation, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics initiated the annual American Time Use Survey (ATUS). Each year, a randomly selected. : Biophysical Measurement in Experimental Social Science Research: Theory and Practice (): Foster, Gigi: Books.
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Time-Use Measurement and Research is a summary of a workshop convened to consider data and methodological issues in measuring time use. This report discusses why time-use data are needed, highlighting many of policy and behavioral applications of time-use data.
Suggested Citation:"2 The Importance of Time-Use Data."National Research Council. Time-Use Measurement and Research: Report of a gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "The project that is the subject of this report is Time-use measurement and research book by Contract SES between the National Academy of Sciences and the U.S.
Department of Labor and the National Institute of Aging". Aas, D. Designs for large scale, time use studies of the hour day. In Z. Staikov, (Ed.), It’s about time: International Research Group on time budgets and social activities (pp. 17–53). Sofia: Institute of Sociology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgarian Sociological by: In addition to the contributions of the empirical research on children's time use and daily activities, several noteworthy reviews have synthesised the literature exploring children's time use.
There is a growing interest in, time allocation research. Particularly by government statistical bodies. Papers in this issue, briefly highlighted in Time-use measurement and research book introduction, make a small contribution to fulfilling a need for wider exposure of time use literature.
The included papers do two things. First, they identify issues related to the collection and analysis of time use by: The International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR vzw) facilitates exchange of ideas, methodology, and data collection techniques among researchers and compilers of official statistics regarding daily activity patterns and changes in people's behaviour over time.
Update on 42nd IATUR conference. Dear IATUR members, While we are in full preparation of the Tokyo conference for. The Time Use Consortium.
and structural equation modeling. Her most recent book is the Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research. She is Principal Investigator on an NICHD-funded grant, the American Time Use Survey Data Extract System, which provides advanced extracting capabilities for seven years of time use data on individual.
Note: Multinational Time Use Study (MTUS) is an ex-post harmonized cross-time, cross-national comparative time use database, constructed from national random-sampled time-diary studies.
The sample is restricted to individuals aged 20–59 years, living with a partner in a household with at least one child under the age of 18 years. The ONS has conducted two time use surveys in the UK, once in and again in Payne and Vassilev point out the limitations of classical time use surveys, the high cost, the sparse population coverage and the ability of activity coding to cope with full measurement of economic welfare in a modern digital : Andrew Aitken.
This research aims to better understand lifestyle changes and the associated energy effects in the United States over the past decade. We find that Americans are increasingly spending more time at home and less time elsewhere.
The lifestyle shift led to reduced energy consumption of 1, trillion BTU, % of national demand. This effect is not explicitly captured in current national Cited by: Time Management Strategies for Research Productivity Article (PDF Available) in Western Journal of Nursing Research 35(2) August w Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This book presents research findings from across the global South that substantively improves our understanding of time-use, poverty and gender equalities, to shed light on why unpaid work is indispensable to economic analysis and effective policy making.
Philip Salisbury, "Factors Affecting Birth Rates Among Black Women Years of Age: A Trend Analysis (January March )," Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, Springer, vol. 48(1), pages 1. Time-use research is a developing field of study.
The question concerns how time is allocated across a number of activities (such as time spent at home, at work, shopping, etc.).
Time use changes with technology, as the television or the Internet created new opportunities to use time in different ways. Surely everyone wants to know the source of happiness, and indeed, economists and social scientists are increasingly interested in the study and effects of subjective well-being.
Putting forward a rigorous method and new data for measuring, comparing, and analyzing the relationship between well-being and the way people spend their time—across countries, demographic groups, and history—this.
This paper utilizes data collected on time use for different work activities by 94 CEOs of top Italian firms. It analyses the correlation between time use, managerial effort, quality of governance and firm performance and interpret the empirical findings under the context of effective corporate governance as well as imperfect governance.
This book drew on 18 years of ethnographic research, working extensively with undocumented people. His second book, Horatio Alger Lives in Brooklyn, But Check His Papers (California, forthcoming) examines the puzzle of why most Mexicans in New York are at least modestly upwardly mobile, but also shows how having, gaining or lacking legal status.
Time Use among the Mvae of Campo (Southwest Cameroon) in Comparisons of Daily Time Use for Women and Men in Four Sub-Saharan African Countries Time Use among the Yassa of Campo (Southwest Cameroon) in 3.A1 Time Use Patterns for Household Members from 6 to 65 Years Old in Urban Areas by Province (Faritany),Sex,and Activity.
This book provides a comparison of the measurement in time and monetary units of unpaid domestic work in Colombia, Costa Rica, Uruguay, and the Hispanic ethnicity in the United States. A standardized technique allows the development of comparable estimates across countries per age and gender which reveal specific behavioral patterns over the.
William D. Nordhaus, "Measurement of Income with Time Use with Applications to Hedonic Indicators of Happiness and Misery," Cowles Foundation Discussion PapersCowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University. Handle: RePEc:cwl:cwldppTime-use research is an interdisciplinary field of study dedicated to learning how people allocate their time during an average day.
Work intensity is the umbrella topic that incorporates time use, specifically time poverty. The comprehensive approach to time-use research addresses a wide array of political, economic, social, and cultural issues through the use of time-use surveys.Time use data can also be used for making international comparisons, providing a better understanding of cultural and social differences across countries (National Research Council ).
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