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<!-- date:2004-09-17 --> Time-Use Measurement and Research: Report of a Workshop References Almeida, D. 1997 National Study of Daily Experiences: Examining Quantity and Quality of Child-Related Experiences Through Daily Telephone Diaries. Paper presented at the Time-Use, Nonmarket Work and Family Well-Being Conference, November 20. Becker, G.S. 1965 A theory of the allocation of time. Economic Journal 75(299):493-517. Bittman, M. 1999 An International Perspective to Collecting Time Use Data. Paper presented for CNSTAT Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28, 1999. Bryant, W.K., and C. D. Zick 1996a An examination of parent-child shared time. Journal of Marriage and the Family 58:227-237. 1996b Are we investing less in the next generation? Historical trends in time spent caring for children. Journal of Family and Economic Issues 17(3/4), 365-392. Bryant, W.K., and Y. Wang 1990 Time together, time apart: An analysis of wives&#8217; solitary and shared time with spouses. Lifestyles 11(1)(Spring):87-117. Csikszentmihalyi, M., and I.S. Csikszentmihalyi, eds. 1988 Optimal Experience: Psychological Studies in Flow of Consciousness. New York: Cambridge University Press. Csikszentmihalyi, M., and R. Larson 1992 Validity and reliability of the experience sampling method. Pp. 43-57 in De Vries, M.W., ed., The Experience of Psychopathology: Investigating Mental Disorders in Their Natural Settings. New York: Cambridge University Press. (See Appendix B for summaries of papers presented at the workshop.)

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Time-Use Measurement and Research: Report of a Workshop Edin, K., and L. Lein 1997 Making Ends Meet: How Single Mothers Survive Welfare and Low-Wage Work. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Hamermesh, D.S. 1999 The timing of work over time. The Economic Journal 109(January):37-66. Hill, M.S., A.R. Herzog, and F.T. Juster 1999 Time Use by and for Older Adults. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28, 1999. Hofferth, S.L. 1999 Family Reading to Young Children: Social Desirability and Cultural Biases in Reporting. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Horrigan, M., D. Herz, M. Joyce, E. Robinson, J. Stewart, L. Stinson 1999 A Report on the Feasibility of Conducting a Time-Use Survey. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Huston, A.C., J.C. Wright, J. Marquis, S.B. Green 1997 How Young Children Spend Their Time: Television and Other Activities. Paper presented at the Time-Use, Nonmarket Work and Family Well-being Conference, November 20. Ironmonger, D. 1997 National Accounts of Household Productive Activities. Paper presented at the Time-Use, Nonmarket Work and Family Well-being Conference, November 20. Juster, F.T. 1985 Preferences for work and leisure. In Time Goods and Well-Being. F.T. Juster and F.P. Stafford, eds. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. 1999 Time Use Data: Analytic Framework, Descriptive Findings, and Measurement Issues. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Juster, F.T., and F.P. Stafford 1985 Time, Goods, and Well-Being. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Kalton, G. 1985 Sample Design Issues in Time Diary Studies. In Time Goods and Well-Being, F.T. Juster and F.P. Stafford, eds. Ann Arbor, MI:Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Landefeld, J.S, and S.H. McCulla 1999 Accounting for Nonmarket Household Production within a National Accounts Framework. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Larson, R. 1989 Beeping children and adolescents: A method for studying time use and daily experience. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 18(6):511-530. Larson, R., and M.H. Richards 1994 Divergent Realities: The Emotional Lives of Mothers, Fathers and Adolescents. New York: Basic Books. Michael, R.T. 1996 Money illusion: The importance of household time use in social policy making. Journal of Family and Economic Issues 17 (3/4)(Winter):245-260

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Time-Use Measurement and Research: Report of a Workshop National Research Council 1995 Measuring Poverty: A New Approach. Panel on Poverty and Family Assistance: Concepts, Information Needs, and Measurement Methods, C.F. Citro and R.T. Michael, eds. Committee on National Statistics, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education: Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Nordhaus, W. 1999 Measurement of Time with Multiple Activities: Discussion Notes. Discussion presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Pollak, R.A. 1999 Allocating Time. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Robinson, J.P. 1985 The validity and reliability of diaries versus alternative time use measures. Pp. 33-62 in F.T. Juster and F.P. Stafford, eds., Time Goods and Well-Being. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. 1999 Methodological Features of the Time Diary Method. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Robinson, J.P., and G. Godbey 1997 Time for Life: The Surprising Ways Americans Use Their Time. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press. Robinson, J.P., P. Switzer, and W. Ott 1994 Microenvironmental Factors Related to Californians’ Potential Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS). Report Number 3 from the California Activity Pattern Survey. Environmental Protection Agency code number: EPA/600/R-94/ 116, August 1994. Smeeding, T. 1997 Time and Public Policy: Why Do We Care and What Instruments are Needed? Paper presented at the Time-Use, Nonmarket Work and Family Well-being Conference, November 20, 1997. Szalai, A. 1972 The Use of Time: Daily Activities in Urban and Suburban Populations in 12 Countries. The Hague, The Netherlands: Mouton. U.S. Department of Agriculture 1944 The Time Costs of Homemaking-A Study of 1,500 Rural and Urban Households. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics, Agricultural Research Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. U.S. Department of Labor 2000 Budget Overview, Fiscal Year 2001. Washington, DC. Available: HtmlResAnchor www.dol.gov/dol/_sec/public/budget/budget01.htm [May 1, 2000]. Waite, L.J., and M. Nielsen 1999 The Decision to Allocate Time Between Market and Nonmarket Activities. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28. Zuzanek, J. 1999 Experience Sampling Method: Current and Potential Research Applications. Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement of and Research on Time Use, May 27-28.

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