Nighttime Hours and Activities of the Italians

Author/s Matteo Colleoni, Mario Boffi
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/111 Language Italian
Pages 16 P. 40-55 File size 372 KB
DOI 10.3280/SR2016-111003
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This paper presents the results of a secondary data analysis of the latest survey, conducted during the period 2008-2009 by the National Italian Institute for Statistics (Istat) in Italy, on how time is used. It aims to analyze how night-time hours are used by the Italian population, with attention to the duration and temporal sequence of the activities undertaken. Specifically, it intends to answer questions regarding identification of when night begins and ends and to provide an analysis of the density and temporal sequences of daytime activities

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Matteo Colleoni, Mario Boffi, I tempi e le attività della notte degli italiani in "SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE " 111/2016, pp 40-55, DOI: 10.3280/SR2016-111003