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Time for Life: The Surprising Ways Americans Use Their Time (Re-Reading the Canon)
Time for Life: The Surprising Ways Americans Use Their Time (Re-Reading the Canon) John P. Robinson, Geoffrey Godbey 0271019700 9780271019703 A controversial study about the ways Americans perceive and use leisure time -- updated
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Time for Life: The Surprising Ways Americans Use Their Time (Re-Reading the Canon) by John P. Robinson, Geoffrey Godbey

A controversial study about the ways Americans perceive and use leisure time -- updated to include 1995-1997 data.<P>Is it possible that Americans have more free time than they did thirty years ago? While few may believe it, research based on careful records of how we actually spend our time shows that we average more than an hour more free time per day than in the 1960s. Time-use experts John P. Robinson and Geoffrey Godbey received national attention when their controversial findings were first published in 1997. Now the book is updated, with a new chapter that includes results of the 1995-1997 data from the Americans Use of Time Project.

Author: John P. Robinson, Geoffrey Godbey

Language: English

Edition: 2 Sub

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 424

Publisher: Penn State University Press

Publication Date: 1999-10-11

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ISBN: 0271019700


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