Christa Hubers
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ICT and temporal fragmentation of activities: an analytical framework and initial empirical findings
C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 99 (5), 528-546, 2008
912008
Future mobility in an ageing society–Where are we heading?
I Shergold, G Lyons, C Hubers
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (1), 86-94, 2015
862015
Activity fragmentation, ICT and travel: An exploratory Path Analysis of spatiotemporal interrelationships
E Ben-Elia, B Alexander, C Hubers, D Ettema
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 68, 56-74, 2014
662014
Coordinating everyday life in the netherlands: a holistic quantitative approach to the analysis of ict‐related and other work‐life balance strategies
C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 93 (1), 57-80, 2011
502011
Anything, anywhere, anytime? Developing indicators to assess the spatial and temporal fragmentation of activities
B Alexander, C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst, D Ettema
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 38 (4), 678-705, 2011
462011
New technologies for the old: Potential implications of living in later life for travel demand
C Hubers, G Lyons
Transport Policy 30, 220-228, 2013
182013
Assessing future travel demand: a need to account for non‐transport technologies?
C Hubers, G Lyons
Foresight, 2013
162013
The fragmented worker? ICTs, coping strategies and gender differences in the temporal and spatial fragmentation of paid labour
C Hubers, M Dijst, T Schwanen
Time & Society 27 (1), 92-130, 2018
122018
Determinants of young people’s homeownership transitions before and after the financial crisis: The UK in a European context
C Dewilde, C Hubers, R Coulter
Generational interdependencies: The social implications for welfare, 51-73, 2018
102018
Parental marital dissolution and the intergenerational transmission of homeownership
C Hubers, C Dewilde, PM de Graaf
Housing careers, intergenerational support and family relations, 2019
72019
Generational Interdependencies: The Social Implications for Welfare
BA Searle
Vernon Press, 2018
62018
The unusual suspects: the impact of non-transport technologies on social practices and travel demand
C Hubers, G Lyons, T Birtchnell
62011
Information and communication technologies and the spatio-temporal fragmentation of everyday life
C Hubers
Utrecht University, 2013
32013
ICTs, coping strategies and gender differences in the temporal and spatial fragmentation of paid labor
C Hubers, M Dijst, T Schwanen
4th International Specialist Meeting on ICT, Everyday Life and Urban Change …, 2008
32008
The impact of ICT usage on temporal and spatial fragmentation of work, shopping and leisure activities
C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst
The 2nd International Specialist Meeting on ICT, Everyday Life and Urban …, 2006
32006
Exploring the Fragmentation of Activity Gold Mine: The Influence of ICT Use on Daily Activity Patterns
C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst
Transportation Research Board 86th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2007
22007
Implications of parental divorce for the homeownership of their adult children
C Hubers, C Dewilde, P De Graaf
12016
Care miles-Scenarios workshop report: Examination of future scenarios for the ESRC project'Technologies and Travel'
C Cook, A Curry, C Hubers, G Lyons
University of the West of England, 2012
12012
Coordinating everyday life in the Netherlands
C Hubers, T Schwanen, M Dijst
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, 57-82, 2011
12011
Care Miles
C Cook, A Curry, C Hubers, G Lyons
2012
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