Young people's daily activity in a globalized world: a cross-national comparison using time use data
AuthorCraig, L; Churchill, B; van Tienoven, TP
Source TitleJournal of Youth Studies
PublisherRoutledge Journals, Taylor and Francis
AffiliationSchool of Social and Political Sciences
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsCraig, L., Churchill, B. & van Tienoven, T. P. (2020). Young people's daily activity in a globalized world: a cross-national comparison using time use data. Journal of Youth Studies, 23 (9), pp.1195-1216. https://doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2019.1659941.
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How much do young people’s daily activities differ according to where they live? As a global generation, young people are disproportionally subject to the risks and insecurity of globalization. However, countries differ in their support for young people’s inclusion through economic and social participation. Using time use surveys from Australia, Italy, Finland, France, Korea, Spain, the UK and the USA (n=23,271), this paper investigates national differences in the amount of time young people (20-34 years) spend on paid and unpaid work, study and leisure in each country. Gender gaps in market work and non-market work were widest in the Anglo and southern European countries. In France and Finland, gender differences in daily market and non-market activity were narrower. Young women spent more daily time in study than young men in all countries except Korea, where study time was highest. Young men and young women in social democratic Finland had more leisure time than young people elsewhere. Results suggest that young people’s experience of the consequences of globalization is not universal, but that nation-states remain relevant in determining their welfare.
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