The Centre for Time Use Research is a world-leading, multidisciplinary research group based in the University of Oxford's Department of Sociology. Our team of researchers – which includes sociologists, economists, and demographers – work with Time Use Data to answer questions on society, work, gender, economics, and many other areas of academic interest.
The Office for National Statistics has released an analysis of volunteering trends in the UK which includes data derived from the 2000 and 2015 UK HETUS produced by CTUR. Whilst the proportion of people volunteering has increased, the average time spent volunteering per day has fallen. Read the full article here.
The MCS web diary and time diary app successfully collected comparable data to the traditional paper time diary format - read analysis of the pilot and dress rehearsal in Measuring Young People’s Time-Use in the UK Millennium Cohort Study: A Mixed-Mode Time Diary Approach