2019 - 2022
The goal of the project is to evaluate the role of socioeconomic conditions on the quality of life and health using a multidisciplinary perspective. In particular, the project aims:
- to evaluate the effect of work and housing conditions, family situations, social support and other relevant social factors on lifestyle, risk behavior and physical and mental health
- to evaluate the cumulative effect of social deprivation on health and quality of life
- to analyze the duration and quality of sleep, characterize chronotypes and social jetlag and evaluate their distribution in the population and in the interaction among family members
- to apply multidisciplinary perspective and to combine sociological and epidemiological approaches in producing materials and report for the applied sphere.
Fyziologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i.
standard of living
Technology agency of the Czech republic
Publikace vydané v rámci projektu (celkem 3, zobrazeno 1 - 3)
Hamplová a kol.
social inequalities, health
Kudrnáčová Michaela, Hamplová Dana
Social Jetlag in the Context of Work and Family. By definition, social jetlag – a misalignment between the social and biological time – is closely linked to social obligations that conflict with the individual’s chronotype. It is a widespread phenomenon and is linked to various negative health, cognitive, and psychological outcomes. Although there are studies on social jetlag, they are mostly dominated by biomedical approaches.
work, family, lifestyle
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