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Where working-time options are favourable to part-time ‘mummies’, part-time employment (PT) is likely to expand among other workers. The article adopts a case-oriented comparative approach in the UK and the Netherlands. Efforts to promote PT in the UK are hindered by segmentation and the...
Urban temporal policies – policies intended to coordinate working times, public and private service times, and the urban time schedules to the needs of human beings, individuals, families, communities – seem to gain ground across Europe. They stem from new time compression experiences in...
Drawing on Latour’s (1987) concepts of the sociogram and the technogram, this paper develops the concept of what we term the chronogram, a third axis along which each network actor is mapped so as to analyse its specific temporal network position and stability. The paper uses an empirical...
A number of contemporary political theorists have recently called for a turn toward a more radical thinking of temporality that would prove more appropriate to, and more robust in thinking through, contemporary politics. This work marks an important turn in contemporary theory. However, in order...
On the basis of a temporal-sociological perspective, the article observes the progressive erosion of political standards of rationality. Drawing on empirical evidence from the recent world financial crisis, the paper seeks to demonstrate that western democracies are increasingly helpless when...
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