Principal Investigator(s): Robinson, John
Summary: For this data collection, respondents were asked to record in single-day time diaries each activity they engaged in over a 24-hour period. The time diary data were gathered through three different data collection methods: mail-back, telephone, and personal interviews. Respondents were instructed to describe in the diaries when the activity began, the time the activity ended, where it occurred, and who was present when the activity took place. Demographic variables include household type, ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09875.v2
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