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274 Galileo, legacy of, 215 Gender impact on time use in disabled persons, 177 prominent variable in activity participation model, 77, 78 General Social Survey (GSS) data for life cycle study, 135–136 GSS Time Use Module (1986) diary study in Canada, 69 GSS Time Use Module (1992) diary study in Canada, 69-70 Gerontology, see also Elderly; Time-budget research on elders interest in time use research, 8 time-budget methodologies for, 236–238 Global reciprocity, family relationships, 164-165 Halifax Metropolitan Survey (1971–1972), diary study in Canada, 69 Health education interest in time use research, 8 relationships among time use and wellbeing, 171–173 History, development of time use studies, 5–8 History of ideas data collection method, 205–208 providing important issues for consideration, 207–208 research method to develop theory, 206 study of relationship between people’s occupations and health status, 206-207 Hobbies, free time aspect, 53 Holistic research, see also Biological and sociocultural perspectives importance of, 194,208 Holland, regular data collection regimen, 7 Home communication, free time aspect, 54 Household production, concern in developing countries, 11 Human behavior analysis of trade-offs, 128 expectations with days of week, 134–135 speculations into, from time-diary method, 58–59 Illness, chronic, see also Disabilities, life with reintegration of persons with, 169–170

Index Immigrant groups, comparing daily activities across, 234–236 Impairment, chronic, study using proxy data, 114–116 Income, social status factor in activity participation model, 78,79 Independent source, validity of time diaries, 82 In-depth interviewing data collection method, 201–203 study example combining time use diary and, 203–204 Industrialization, evolution of time use surveys, 66 Infertility, involuntarily childless, 162–163 Information technology, application to time-budget methodology, 231,240 Institutionalized elderly, see also Elderly; Time-budget research on elders therapeutic recreation, 249–250 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), 8 Interviewing in-depth data collection method, 201– 203 personal versus telephone in diary design, 23–24 study example combining time use diary and, 203–204 Japan first time-budget study, 5 regular data collection regimen, 7 Japanese, comparing Korean with, and Chinese elderly, 234–236 Judeo-Christian tradition, perception of time, 216 Kaizen principles, refinements in timebudget methodology, 238–240 Korea, regular data collection regimen, 7 Korean elderly, comparing to Japanese and Chinese in Canada, 234–236 Labor, sexual division of, concern in developed and developing countries, 11 Labor force analysis application of time use research, 9–10 measurement approach, 4 Laundry, doing, mean duration for lifecycle groups by day of week, 140

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between time-space and travel survey approaches, 13–14 Adoption, becoming parents, 163 Adult education, free time aspect, 53 Age, see also D...

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between time-space and travel survey approaches, 13–14 Adoption, becoming parents, 163 Adult education, free time aspect, 53 Age, see also D...

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