This book describes an important advance in international social science research—the first cooperative survey of representative samples of the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It identifies changes in the time-use patterns of both cities during the last two decades.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Background -- Survey Methodology -- Demographic and Personal Characteristics -- Time Use Patterns in Pskov and in Jackson -- Historical Trends: 1965–1986 -- Subjective Aspects of Daily Life -- Summary and Conclusions
John P. Robinson, Vladimir G. Andreyenkov, Vasily D. Patrushev