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2011
Kalenkoski, C.M.,  Ribar, D.C.,  Stratton, L.S. . How do adolescents spell time use? An alternative methodological approach for analyzing time-Diary data. Research in Labor Economics. 33, 1-44.
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2009
Sayer, Liana C.,  England, Paula,  Bittman, Michael,  Bianchi, Suzanne M. How long is the second (plus first) shift? Gender differences in paid, unpaid, and total work time in Australia and the United States. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 40, (4), 523-545.
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2011
Usdansky, Margaret L.,  Parker, Wendy M. How money matters: College, motherhood, earnings, and wives' housework. Journal of Family Issues. 32, (11), 1449-1473.
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2011
Jonas, D.E.,  Ibuka, Y.,  Russell, L.B. . How much time do adults spend on health-related self-care? Results from the American Time Use Survey. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 24, (4), 380-390.
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2009
Abraham, Katharine G.,  Helms, Sara,  Presser, Stanley . How social processes distort measurement: The impact of survey nonresponse on estimates of volunteer work in the United States. Journal of Sociology. 114, (4), 1129-1165.
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2011
George, B.J.,  McCurdy, T. Investigating the American Time Use Survey from an exposure modeling perspective. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 21, (1), 92-105.
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2010
Robinson, John P.,  Martin, Steven . IT use and declining social capital?: More cold water from the General Social Survey (GSS) and the American Time-Use Survey (ATUS). Social Science Computer Review. 28, (1), 45-63.
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2011
Robinson, John P. IT use and leisure time displacement. Information, Communication and Society. 14, (4), 495-509.
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2009
Tudor-Locke, Catrine,  Washington, Tracy L.,  Ainsworth, Barbara E.,  Troiano, Richard P. Linking the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) and the compendium of physical activities: Methods and rationale. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 6, (3), 347-353.
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2009
Folbre, Nancy,  Reimers, Cordelia,  Yoon, Jayoung . Making do and getting by: Non-market work and elderly women's standards of living in the United States. Journal of Women, Politics and Policy. 30, (2-3), 198-221.
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2011
Schneider, Daniel . Market earnings and household work: New tests of gender performance theory. Journal of Marriage and Family. 73, (4), 845-860.
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2009
Ono, Hiromi,  Yeilding, Rosemary . Marriage, cohabitation and childcare: The US and Sweden. Social Indicators Research. 93, (1), 137-140.
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2009
Krantz-Kent, Rachel . Measuring time spent in unpaid household work: Results from the American Time Use Survey. Monthly Labor Review. 132, (7), 46-59.
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2011
Burgard, S.A. . The needs of others: Gender and sleep interruptions for caregivers. Social Forces. 89, (4), 1189-1216.
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2012
DeLoach, Stephen B.,  Tiemann, Thomas K. Not driving alone? American commuting in the Twenty-First Century. Transportation. 39, (3), 521-537.
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2011
Robinson, John P.,  Martin, Steven,  Glorieux, Ignace,  Minnen, Joeri . The overestimated workweek revisited. Monthly Labor Review. 134, (6), 43-53.
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2009
Drago, Robert . The parenting of infants: A time-use study. Monthly Labor Review. 132, (10), 33-43.
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2009
Ham, Sandra A.,  Kruger, Judy,  Tudor-Locke, Catrine . Participation by US adults in sports, exercise, and recreational physical activities. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 6, (1), 6
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2004
Horrigan, Michael,  Herz, Diane . Planning, designing, and executing the BLS American Time-Use Survey. Monthly Labor Review. 127, (10), 3-19.
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2009
Cotter, David,  Song, Younghwan . The religious time bind: U.S. work hours and religion. Social Indicators Research. 93, (1), 209-214.
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2012
Lin, Ken-Hou . Revisiting the gap between stylized and diary estimates of market work time. Social Science Research. 41, (2), 380-391.
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2012
Lemieux, Andrew M,  Felson, Marcus . Risk of violent crime victimization during major daily activities. Violence and Victims. 27, (5), 635
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2010
Lemieux, Andrew Michael . Risks of Violence in Major Daily Activities: United States, 2003-2005. Dissertation, Rutgers-Newark.
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2011
Connelly, Rachel,  Kimmel, Jean . The role of non-standard work status in parental caregiving for young children. Eastern Economic Journal. 37, (2), 248-269.
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2009
Knutson, Kristen L.,  Lauderdale, Diane S. Sociodemographic and behavioral predictors of bed time and wake time among US adolescents aged 15 to 17 years. Journal of Pediatrics. 154, (3), 426-430.
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