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electronic International Journal of Time Use Research (eIJTUR) [Entry Reviewed: 2018-02-23]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on Clarivate database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]

Time is the encompassing dimension and resource of the activities of individual living. The objective of time use research is to provide a theoretical and empirical base to describe and explain individual time use and to analyse economic and social policies. Such research addresses, from a socio-economic perspective, individual uses of time and their interdependency. eIJTUR is a refereed international journal for the publication of quality research that makes an original contribution to the advancement of time-use knowledge. The internet based platform for eIJTUR signals its dedication to the rapid dissemination time-use research eIJTUR will present theoretical, substantive and methodological material. Theoretically it will explore the forces shaping individual and societal time-use. Substantively it will examine issues in the labour market (including new forms of work arrangements), personal, household, family, educational and leisure activities, and the context in which they occur. Contextual dimensions of interest might include studies of the occurrence of multiple simultaneous activities, the location of activities, co-presence, as well as subjective dimensions such as enjoyment, tension and choice. Material across a wide range of disciplines and approaches will be sought and presented, Methodologically the journal will seek and present research on issues relating to time-use data collection, via time use diaries, stylized questionnaires or other approaches and to time-use analysis and presentation.

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