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Time Use Research Workshop: Design and analysis using the Time Use Survey Extract Builder

Sandra Hofferth and Liana Sayer
When Mar 09, 2017
from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where 1101 Morrill Hall
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Contact Phone 301-405-6403
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This 90 minute workshop provides an introduction to time use research, describes the specific topics for which it is most appropriate, and provides hands-on examples in two areas: time spent providing care to others and time spent in physical activity.  Both can be linked to health.  The focus is on using the ATUS-X web extract system to pull samples and variables and create data sets in SAS, STATA, and SPSS.  This will be helpful for beginning users and for intermediate users who want guidance on how to approach more advanced topics.  Bring your questions! 
Sandra Hofferth

Sandra Hofferth is Emerita Professor of Family Studies. Her research interests include American children's use of time and later health outcomes; work and family; fathers and fathering; and family policy. Dr. Hofferth has researched family issues in the context of public policy for over thirty years, publishing three books and more than 100 articles and book chapters.

 Liana Sayer

Liana Sayer is Professor of Sociology and an authority on time use. She has published widely on gender and social class differences in time use. She directs of the University of Maryland Time Use Lab and teaches in the Department of Sociology.

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