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electronic International Journal of Time Use Research

2004 - 2016

Current editor(s): Joachim Merz, Jonathan Gershuny and Andrew S. Harvey

From Research Institute on Professions (Forschungsinstitut Freie Berufe (FFB)) and The International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR)
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Volume 13, issue 1, 2016

Measuring short and rare activities – Time diaries in criminology pp. 1-33 Downloads
Sjoerd Van Halem, Evelien M. Hoeben, Wim Bernasco and Tom F. M. Ter Bogt
The relationship between videogames, time allocation decisions, and labour market outcomes – Evidence from the American Time Use Survey pp. 34-57 Downloads
Daniel MacDonald
Women’s labor in South Africa – Time spent doing simultaneous paid and unpaid work pp. 58-90 Downloads
Leanne Roncolato and Natalia Radchenko
Tax-reforms, normal and actual working hours and welfare in the beginning of the 20th’s Denmark pp. 91-108 Downloads
Jens Bonke
Time for shopping – Social change of time use for shopping activities 1990-2012 pp. 109-131 Downloads
Georgios Papastefanou and David Zajchowski

Volume 12, issue 1, 2015

Spousal influence in time use - On book reading, highbrow culture attendance and computer use pp. 1-18 Downloads
Timo Toivonen
The great recession and unpaid work time in the United States - Does poverty matter? pp. 19-48 Downloads
Tamar Khitarishvili and Kijong Kim
Double advantage or disadvantage? - Parental education and children's developmental stages in Italy pp. 49-72 Downloads
Marit Rebane
Working around the clock? - The time and location of paid work in Finland 1979-2010 pp. 73-96 Downloads
Satu Ojala and Pasi Pyöriä
Love and retirement - Older couples' leisure time before and after retirement pp. 97-114 Downloads
Jens Bonke
Automobile accessibility and the allocation of time 1990-2010 pp. 115-132 Downloads
Martin Brosnan and David Levinson
Cruising through the millennium - 2003-13 changes in American Daily life pp. 133-152 Downloads
John P. Robinson, Elena Tracy and Yoonjoo Lee

Volume 11, issue 1, 2014

Social status differentiation of leisure activities variation over the weekend – Approaching the voraciousness thesis by a sequence complexity measure pp. 1-12 Downloads
Georgios Papastefanou and Jonathan Gruhler
Has the digital divide been reversed? – Evidence from five EU countries pp. 13-42 Downloads
Smaranda Pantea
Explaining sleep time – Hungarian evidences pp. 43-56 Downloads
Benedek Kovács and Lajos Bálint
Unraveling the mystery of sleep duration dynamics – Sleep in the objective and subjective lives of employed men and women pp. 57-72 Downloads
William Michelson
Modular Online Time Use Survey (MOTUS) – Translating an existing method in the 21st century pp. 73-93 Downloads
Joeri Minnen

Volume 10, issue 1, 2013

Student time allocation and self-rated performance – Evidence from a sample survey in Sicily (Italy) pp. 1-8 Downloads
Massimo Mucciardi
A measure of concentration of the use of time, with an application to the pattern of daily leisure activities pp. 9-37 Downloads
Jorge González Chapela
Paradata correlates of data quality in an SMS time use study – Evidence from a validation study pp. 38-54 Downloads
Philip S. Brenner and John D. DeLamater
Interviewer and respondent interactions and quality assessments in a time diary study pp. 55-75 Downloads
Vicki A. Freedman, Jessica Broome, Frederick Conrad and Jennifer C. Cornman
Visualizing multinational daily life via multidimensional scaling (MDS) pp. 76-90 Downloads
John P. Robinson and Jonathan Gershuny

Volume 9, issue 1, 2012

Demand or supply for schooling in rural India? pp. 1-27 Downloads
Sripad Motiram and Lars Osberg
The time cost of access to food – Distance to the grocery store as measured in minutes pp. 28-58 Downloads
Karen Hamrick and David Hopkins
A conceptual typology of multitasking behavior and polychronicity preferences pp. 59-107 Downloads
Giovanni Circella, Patricia Mokhtarian and Laura K. Poff
Paid and unpaid work in Denmark –Towards gender equity pp. 108-119 Downloads
Jens Bonke and Bent Jensen
Human capital investments in children –A comparative analysis of the role of parent-child shared time in selected countries pp. 120-143 Downloads
Eva Österbacka, Joachim Merz and Cathleen D. Zick

Volume 8, issue 1, 2011

Incentive contracts and time use pp. 1-29 Downloads
Tor Eriksson and Jaime Ortega
An examination of the characteristics and time use of those who have unfilled spare time pp. 30-61 Downloads
Dr. Jennifer Baxter
Maternal child socialization values and children’s time in unstructured play and studying pp. 62-84 Downloads
John F. Sandberg
Home production – Enjoying the process or the product? pp. 85-109 Downloads
Mette Gørtz
Activity and contextual codes – Implications for time-use coding schemes pp. 110-135 Downloads
Andrew Harvey and Jamie E. L. Spinney

Volume 7, issue 1, 2010

Children’s housework – Are girls more active than boys? pp. 1-16 Downloads
Jens Bonke
Value of housework time and changes in traditional economic well-being in Finland in 1979-2000 pp. 17-41 Downloads
Paivi Mattila-Wiro
What do we mean by multitasking? – Exploring the need for methodological clarification in time use research pp. 42-60 Downloads
Susan Kenyon
Sleep as a victim of the “time crunch” – A multinational analysis pp. 61-72 Downloads
John P. Robinson and William Michelson

Volume 6, issue 2, 2009

Time use research in Canada – History,critique, perspectives pp. 178-192 Downloads
Jiri Zuzanek
Harvey’s hypercodes and the “Propogram” – More than 24 hours per day? pp. 193-199 Downloads
Jonathan Gershuny
Timing and fragmentation of daily working hours arrangements and income inequality – An earnings treatment effects approach with German time use diary data pp. 200-239 Downloads
Joachim Merz, Paul Böhm and Derik Burgert
Estimating household production outputs with time use episode data pp. 240-268 Downloads
Duncan Ironmonger and Faye Soupourmas
Variations in the rational use of time – The travel pulse of commutes between home and job pp. 269-285 Downloads
William Michelson
Sharing of tasks and lifestyle among aged couples pp. 286-305 Downloads
Iiris Niemi
Senioritis in repose pp. 306-313 Downloads
John P. Robinson and Andrew Caporaso
How many days? A comparison of the quality of time-use data from 2-day and 7-day diaries pp. 314-327 Downloads
Ignace Glorieux and Joeri Minnen

Volume 6, issue 1, 2009

Exploring time diaries using semi-automated activity pattern extraction pp. 1-25 Downloads
Katerina Vrotsou, Kajsa Ellegård and Matthew Cooper
Changes in American children’s time – 1997 to 2003 pp. 26-47 Downloads
Sandra L. Hofferth
Harmonising extended measures of parental childcare in the time-diary surveys of four countries – Proximity versus responsibility pp. 48-72 Downloads
Killian Mullan and Lyn Craig
Predictors of time famine among Finnish employees – Work, family or leisure? pp. 73-91 Downloads
Timo Anttila, Tomi Oinas and Jouko Nätti
Terms of marriage and time-use patterns of young wives – Evidence from rural Bangladesh pp. 92-108 Downloads
Sajeda Amin and Luciana Suran
Time use and rurality – Canada 2005 pp. 109-129 Downloads
Hugh Millward and Jamie Spinney
Keeping in touch – A benefit of public holidays using time use diary data pp. 130-166 Downloads
Joachim Merz and Lars Osberg
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