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Research on time allocation amongst the rural population. Leisure time IV

, : Research on time allocation amongst the rural population. Leisure time IV. Wies Wspolczesna 22(10): 86-98

This last article on leisure quotes the statistical findings for rural indulgence in non-working occupations. Watching TV comes the highest on the list (1 hour, 3 minutes) although in fact TV is watched on the average by only 52.8% of total farmers who spend about 2 hours in front of their screens. Differences between full-time farmers and part-timers emerge in the range and ranking of leisure time occupations.


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