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    Title: 台灣民眾時間運用趨勢與活動多樣化之研究
    Other Titles: The trends and the variety of time use among Taiwanese people
    Authors: 陳建宏;Chen, Chien-hung
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系國際企業學碩士班
    鄒孟文;Tsou, Meng-wen
    Keywords: 時間配置;時間運用;多樣化;Allocation of Time;Time Use;Variety
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:23:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文主要參考Gronau and Hamermesh(2001)的架構,利用行政院主計處1987、1990、1994、2000及2004年共五年的「台灣地區時間運用調查」原始資料,進行實證研究。考慮不同族群及教育程度差異,以普通最小平方法估計台灣地區民眾時間運用型態的轉變與影響時間運用的多樣化因素。
    The major purpose of this paper is to discuss the trends and the variety of time use among Taiwanese people. The economic model was developed by Gronau and Hamermesh(2001).Using Time-use surveys conducted by DGBAS from between 1987 and 2004.
    The empirical results suggest that men have higher personal care、direct work、leisure time、non-market work and less home work than women. Married individuals have higher direct work and home work. For both sexes we find a general rise in the leisure time and non-market work as the level of education rises. We also find that trends in personal care and direct work have increased but trends in home work、leisure time and non-market work have decreased between 1987 and 2004.
    The estimates reveal a inverted U-shaped relationship between variety and age. More educated individuals generate more variety. There is more variety on weekends; women and married individuals engage in more different activities than men and unmarried ones. Individuals who live in southern Taiwan generate more variety.
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