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Gewählte Publikation:

Dharmowijoyo, DBE; Susilo, YO; Joewono, TB.
(2021): Residential Locations and Health Effects on Multitasking Behaviours and Day Experiences
SUSTAINABILITY-BASEL. 2021; 13(20), 11347 FullText FullText_BOKU

There has been a substantial amount of research on travel-based multitasking and its effect on travel and life satisfaction. Previous studies, however, have not considered the effect of built environment, health, and daily activity duration on such analyses. There is also a lack of knowledge about the effect of such multitasking on individuals' daily experience and how built environment, health, and activity duration correlate with one's daily satisfaction and cognitive well-being. The inclusion of time-space prism elements provides deeper insights into reasons and trade-off behaviours of individuals engaging in multitasking, through explaining interdependencies between trips and multitasking behaviours and their impacts on their activity engagement satisfaction and well-being appreciation. Using a three-week time-use diary from Indonesia, this study found that the influences of built environment and physical health on multitasking activities are relatively stronger than activity duration and trip parameters. The results also demonstrated positive correlations between polycentric city designs and people's day experiences. Whilst evidence from developed countries has shown that the effect of gender on multitasking is significant, this study found that the gender effects on multitasking activities participation were weaker than built environment and physical health factors.

Autor*innen der BOKU Wien:
Susilo Yusak

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