Time Budgets and Consumer Leisure-Time Behavior: an Eleven-Year-Later Replication and Extension (Part Ii - Males)
ABSTRACT - In a continuation of a paper presented at the 1986 ACR Conference, the author discusses the results of an analysis of the male data, comparing 1973 and 1984 study results. It is found that males significantly increased the amount of time spent, on-the-average, per week in seven leisure-time activities in contrast to females (Hawes 1987) who spent essentially an identical number of hours in these activities in both years.
Doualass K. Hawes (1988) ,"Time Budgets and Consumer Leisure-Time Behavior: an Eleven-Year-Later Replication and Extension (Part Ii - Males)", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 15, eds. Micheal J. Houston, Provo, UT : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 418-425.
Doualass K. Hawes, The University of Wyoming
NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 15 | 1988
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