||THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WEEKLY TIME ALLOCATION AND SELF-GRATIFICATION: A CASE STUDY OF TAINAN CITY
||Huang, Hao-Ching Kan-Chung; Kuang-Yih Yeh
||The efficiency of time use and its allocation are essential elements in daily life. Meanwhile, rest and balance of spirit are also necessary to keep healthy and to work efficiently. The free time that a person has is normally limited by many essential activities on weekdays, such as work, diet and sleep. Therefore, people will make use of weekends to interact with other family members and to achieve other life aspirations. Consequently, the relationship of time allocation between weekdays and weekends is strong. The relationship between time allocation and self-gratification has a strong effect on planning. For transportation planning or urban planning, it is necessary to analyze time allocation and the activity contents of residents. Then appropriate infrastructure planning and management strategy can be proposed. In this paper, the relationship between time allocation and self-gratification will be observed and some hypotheses will be addressed. Furthermore, those hypotheses will be tested by one-way ANOVA. Then the analysis can be used as a base to develop a structure model of time allocation.
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||time use; time allocation; self-gratification
Huang, Hao-Ching Kan-Chung; Kuang-Yih Yeh (2006).
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WEEKLY TIME ALLOCATION AND SELF-GRATIFICATION: A CASE STUDY OF TAINAN CITY . Book of Abstracts: 13th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Weimar, Germany,