How Americans Use Time: A Social-Psychological Analysis of Everyday Behavior

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1977 - Self-Help - 209 pages

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Basic Social and Economic Predictors

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2.2 of Chapter Active sports activities in Table activities recorded adult adult education Americans among analysis Ann Arbor asso automobile average better-educated blue-collar workers Chapter child care child-care CM CM CM CM CO CM iH CO CM CO CO CO CO iH cognitive dissonance conversations correlation daily activities diaries diary day differences division of labor economists employed women employment status Employment Yes estimates et al factors Factors Income figures five-day workers four-day four-day workers four-day workweek free time available free-time activities Hague hobbies home Alone home improvement household household chores housewives housework husbands iH CM iH CO iH iH iH iH iH Jackson sample Job satisfaction labor force least enjoyable leisure leisure activities less less educated LO LO marriage mass media minutes minutes per day national and Jackson National Science Foundation Netherlands nightclubs nonwork nonwork travel normally distributed number of children obligatory activities operational definitions organizational activity organizational participation outdoor participation percent Philip Converse Playing active Playing cards postindustrial predictors preschool primary activity Psychology Today Race White rated reading Related travel reported respondents Role Factors sample satis satisfaction secondary activity sex and employment Sex differences social social class social indicator social networks sociologists Sociology spare-time spare-time activities spare-time satisfaction spend spent Standard Deviation survey Survey Research Szalai Szalai et al Table television viewing time-diary time-use data Total travel behavior U.S. Government University of Michigan variables waiting for means week While women's liberation workers workweek

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