International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR)
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1970, as International Research Group on Time Budgets and Social Activities. Present name adopted 1988.
Foster exchange of ideas and promote analysis of time-use, utilizing tools, methods and theoretical frameworks specifically designed for such analysis; promote and encourage adoption of methodology ensuring international and diachronic comparability of time-use studies; strive to establish basic methodological standards to ensure such comparability; foster acquaintance and discussion among members and with scholars in related fields.
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General Meeting (annual). Council, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and 8 Council members representing the following areas: Africa; Central and South America; Eastern Europe; North America; North and East Asia; Oceania; South Asia and Middle East; Western Europe.
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