What did you do today? Children's use of time, family composition, and the acquisition of social capital.

@article{Bianchi1997WhatDY,
  title={What did you do today? Children's use of time, family composition, and the acquisition of social capital.},
  author={S. Bianchi and J. Robinson},
  journal={Journal of Marriage and Family},
  year={1997},
  volume={59},
  pages={332-344}
}
Using time-diary data collected from a statewide probability sample of California children aged 3-11, we examine the amount of time children spend on four activities presumed to affect their cognitive and social development-reading or being read to, watching TV, studying, and doing household chores-and how that time varies by four family characteristics: parental education, maternal employment, number of parents in the household, and family size. As expected, children of highly educated parents… Expand
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