Publications

This section contains both own and external publications rellevant in the time use field.

Till Roenneberg, Anna Wirz-Justice, Debra J. Skene, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Kenneth P. Wright, Derk-Jan Dijk, Phyllis Zee, Michael R. Gorman, Eva C. Winnebeck and Elizabeth B. Klerman

Local and national governments around the world are currently considering the elimination of the annual switch to and from Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Till Roenneberg, Anna Wirz-Justice, Debra J. Skene, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Kenneth P. Wright, Derk-Jan Dijk, Phyllis Zee, Michael R. Gorman, Eva C. Winnebeck and Elizabeth B. Klerman

Time-use data have unique characteristics that make it different from other types of household survey data. Single-day time use surveys provide a detailed snapshot of a person’s activities on the diary day.

Adrian E Bauman, Michael Bittman, Jonathan Gershuny

This paper is a narrative review examining the history of time use research, and the potential uses of TU data for public health research.

Tip van sociologe Jessy Siongers: Maak tijd voor vrije tijd

Jessy Siongers, sociologe
Tempus Omnia Revelat, research group
April 2020

Nu onze gebruikelijke waaier aan vrijetijdsactiviteiten sterk werd ingeperkt door de corona-maatregelen is het zoeken naar creatieve manieren om te ontspannen tussen vier muren.

European Sleep Research Society

Classic papers in the area of basic animal/human and clinical sleep research, related to sleep research

Gezondtijd! collaboration (Health time!)
Authors: Conny Bergé and Ticia Luengo Hendriks
March 2020

This paper explains the current scientific insights and social consequences of the DST clock changes. Our aim is to make a responsible contribution to the debate so that informed policy decisions can be taken at national and European Union level

(download document in spanish)

Government of Catalonia Ministry 
Iniciativa per a la Reforma Horària
July 2017

The Pact for Timetable Reform is the culmination of an initiative that began three and a half years ago thanks to a group of experts that started this journey so that people could live with more reasonable and healthier work schedules. 

Salvador Cardús Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Barcelona, 18 October 2018

The structure of daily routines is not simply the result of chance or individual disorder, but the result of an uneven distribution of social power.

Catalan Government

The purpose is to change the distribution of working hours in a synchronized manner with all sectors of the country.

Reloj de pared
El análisis de los datos
Newton ' s péndulo
Tiempo de leer
Las exploraciones de análisis
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