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"The activities we choose to do each day and the amount of time we allot to each activity determine the quality of our family life, the unique features of our culture, and the driving forces of our economy. American Time Use: Who Spends How Long at What presents the details about how people spend their time by the single most important factor determining time use—their age. A person's age determines his or her lifecycle stage, and lifecycle stage determines whether he or she is in school, in the workforce, married, or a parent. Lifecycle stage sets our priorities, determining how we spend each day."

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REF HD 69 .T54 A46 2010

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