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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
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Hofferth research confirms continuing increase in fathers' time with children
Parental leave expressly for fathers recommended policy outcome
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Liana Sayer featured in PBS Newshour post
Report details how time use researchers manages her schedule
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Seminar Series: Nonstandard Work Schedules Over the Life Course: A First Look
Harriet B. Presser, Distinguished University Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland
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Seminar Series: The Effect of Divorce on Time Allocation
Katie Genadek, Research Assistant, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota
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Seminar Series: Risk Tolerance and Parental Investment in Children
Jeffrey Borowitz, Student Scholar, Department of Economics, University of Maryland
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Seminar Series: Fatherhood in Institutional Context: Fathers’ Time with Children in Two Parent Families
Jennifer Hook, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California
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Seminar CANCELLED: Continuity and Change in Children's Time Use Trajectories
Liana C. Sayer, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland
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Seminar: Continuity and Change in Children's Time Use Trajectories
Liana C. Sayer, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland
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Reliability, validity, and variability of the subjective well-being questions in the 2010 well-being module of the American Time Use Survey
Sandra Hofferth, Professor, Family Science; Yoonjoo Lee, Graduate Student, Family Science
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