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1990-10-05 to 1990-10-18 Knulst, W., Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (primary investigator); 10.17026/dans-zhs-25se
Gaining insight into the way the Dutch population, over 12 years old, spends its time. For a one week period respondents reported in a diary the time spent (in units of 15 minutes) on 284 separate activities, grouped in the following categories: work, job, professional activities (including necessary travelling, commuting) / domestic work (including gardening, repairs) / child care and companionship / shopping (including visits to hairdresser, General Practitioner, post office, bank) / personal needs / schools, courses, education / church attendance, social and political participation / leisure, social and cultural life / sports and other active leisure spending, hobbies / radio and tv exposure, computer use, reading books, newspapers, magazines, talking. Pre-diary questionnaire items: use of tv sets / teletext / viditel / reception of foreign tv stations / current affairs programs on radio and tv / shopping habits / readership magazines, weeklies, newspapers / membership library, books club / book reading / frequency of going out to dancing, movies etc. / eating outdoors / sports / lotteries / musical instruments / hobbies / political interest and participation / volunteer work / garden / pets / family composition / child care / role patterns / work situation / following education / situation partner. Post-diary questionnaire: special circumstances / illness / domestic help / consumerism / video / computer (micro-, home-) / vehicles / political preference / income. Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ housing situation/ household characteristics/ place of work/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ consumption of durables/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership