Even in egalitarian country such as Finland, there are differences in the views which parent's time is given priority - is it the mother, father or both. I analyzed time practices of families utilising household money management systems model. Abstract: Time should be understood in relation to others, not as a private matter. Therefore time, … Continue reading Whose time has priority in a family?
In a digitalized life, crossing boundaries between life domains is increasingly easy.• Technology management has different components: connectivity management, online self-presentation, and privacy management.• The networking positions identified: socio-affective enthusiasts, context-contingent pragmatists, and pragmatic avoiders. In this digitalised world, crossing boundaries between life domains is becoming increasingly easy. We are constantly faced with the need … Continue reading New Publication: Technology management, networking positions and work/life boundaries among working adult students
Taipale, Sakari, Oinas, Tomi, Tammelin Mia. 2018. Linked lives: receiving and giving help in technology use in later life. Innovation in Aging, 2018, Vol. 2, 168-169 No. S1 DOI:10.1093/geroni/igy023.607 https://academic.oup.com/innovateage/article/2/suppl_1/168/5169079 This study investigates how older people differ from younger people in terms of giving and receiving help in the use of a computer and a … Continue reading Receiving and giving help in technology use in later life
Picture by: Anne and Nea Parkatti, extract from Tammelin et al 2020. Concurrent changes – such as ageing populations, the globalisation of production and services, and technological acceleration and digitalisation – are profoundly changing societies, labour markets and work (Pierce 2015) and call for paying attention to sustainable work systems. The ecological crisis has generated … Continue reading Sustainable working life and society – but how?