We asked people how they spend their time on a typical work day and a typical day off, based on the activity categories from the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Time Use Survey. We grouped these activities into four broad time use categories: (1) Work and education activities, (2) family and social activities, (3) Personal leisure activities, and (4) Personal needs.
The aim of this analysis was to see if people with different value priorities allocated their time differently. The findings highlight distinct patterns of time use that are clearly consistent with the motivational compatibilities and conflicts between values, as depicted in the values circle. ...
29 April, 2019