Studying time management of young generations

Ferenc, Balazs Bence (2021) Studying time management of young generations. Proceedings of the first GiLE4Youth International Conference : The Development of Competencies for Employability. pp. 63-69.

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Nowadays, due to the impacts of the digital trends and globalisation, we live in a fast-paced and stressful world where it is getting more and more difficult for us to maintain the balance between our work and private life, moreover we have less and less time for recreation and relaxation. The rush and the compulsion to conform have an impact on our mental health and exercise psychological pressure on us, therefore, the role of time management is becoming increasingly important. This study looks at the main trends that affect time management from a theoretical perspective. Using primary data collection methods, I examine the time management of the young generations, and I look at whether they use digital time management application tools to optimise their time and how consciously they deal with time management. As a method of data analysis, I apply statistical indicators related to frequency distribution, cross tabulation techniques and correlation analysis in order to get a deeper understanding of the time management trends of young generations and in order to explore possible deficiencies, issues and the factors that should be improved.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education / oktatás > LB Theory and practice of education / oktatás elmélete és gyakorlata > LB2300 Higher Education / felsőoktatás
L Education / oktatás > LC Special aspects of education / speciális oktatási formák > LC5201 Education extension. Adult education. Continuing education / felnőttoktatás, folyamatos képzés
Depositing User: Zsolt Baráth
Date Deposited: 04 Apr 2022 09:54
Last Modified: 13 Sep 2022 05:33

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