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Time Use Workshop: Using Time Diary Data to Investigate Intersectional Inequalities in Housework, Carework, and Leisure
Liana Sayer & Sandra Hofferth
Located in Coming Up
FileIn Pursuing Happiness: Diary vs. General Ratings of US Subjective Well-Being
John P. Robinson and Elena Tracy, University of Maryland; Jonathan Gershuny and Teresa Harms, University of Oxford; 2015-009
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
FileMarital Status and Mothers’ Time Use: Childcare, Housework, Leisure, and Sleep
Liana C. Sayer and Joanna R. Pepin, University of Maryland; Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California // Keywords: time use, mother, leisure, marital status; 2015-010
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Measuring Social Well Being (SWB) in Real Time: 1975-2013 Trends in U.S. Diary SWB Ratings
John P. Robinson, University of Maryland; 2015-011
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
File Troff document (with manpage macros)As we Like It (Today) Americans’ Favorite Daily Activities – in Real Time
John P. Robinson, University of Maryland; 2013-024
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Sayer on ride hailing-services
May provide useful service for overworked parents
Located in News
Sandra Hofferth interviews Daniel Hamermesh
Comments on work-non-work balance, trends for rich-country time use, and labor market participation changes since 2000
Located in News
Who are the happiest Americans ?
Faculty Associate John Robinson tracks trends from 1965 to 2010
Located in News
Sayer outlines spousal work-share trends
Men are spending more of their time on chores. Women are spending less — but it’s still much more than men, reports Washington Post
Located in News
Hofferth research confirms continuing increase in fathers' time with children
Parental leave expressly for fathers recommended policy outcome
Located in News