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Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life:

Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life: 170 Capital & Class #86 operationalise this agenda; yet the especially the dancing granny by vision presented in this book is not Goya (aptly titled ‘Content With Her far-fetched. The historical precedents Lot’) - brighten up a discussion that, are there, most notably in the because of its detail, can be tedious. Scandinavian experiments, and the Half of the book is devoted to the author’s case is a convincing one. His Anglo-Saxon model and experience; alternative would suit the current this is justified because of the weakened state of the Left, and could model’s dominance in the pension provide a rallying point for mass debate. The book would have mobilisation. benefited from a consolidated biblio- The book is written in a lively graphy and a concluding section to style, and its photos and the each chapter. Perhaps future editions illustrations opening each chapter— will take care of these minor problems. Henri Lefebvre Continuum, London, 2004 , 169 pp. isbn 0 -826 -47299 -0 (pbk) £15 .99 Stuart Elden Understanding Henri Lefebvre: Theory and the Possible Continuum, London, 2004 , 288 pp. isbn 0 -826 -47002 -5 (hbk) £60 isbn 0 -826 -47003 -3 (pbk) £19 .99 Reviewed by Neil http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Capital and Class SAGE

Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life:

Capital and Class , Volume 29 (2): 5 – Sep 12, 2016

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SAGE
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Copyright © 2019 by The Conference of Socialist Economists Ltd
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0309-8168
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2041-0980
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10.1177/030981680508600110
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170 Capital & Class #86 operationalise this agenda; yet the especially the dancing granny by vision presented in this book is not Goya (aptly titled ‘Content With Her far-fetched. The historical precedents Lot’) - brighten up a discussion that, are there, most notably in the because of its detail, can be tedious. Scandinavian experiments, and the Half of the book is devoted to the author’s case is a convincing one. His Anglo-Saxon model and experience; alternative would suit the current this is justified because of the weakened state of the Left, and could model’s dominance in the pension provide a rallying point for mass debate. The book would have mobilisation. benefited from a consolidated biblio- The book is written in a lively graphy and a concluding section to style, and its photos and the each chapter. Perhaps future editions illustrations opening each chapter— will take care of these minor problems. Henri Lefebvre Continuum, London, 2004 , 169 pp. isbn 0 -826 -47299 -0 (pbk) £15 .99 Stuart Elden Understanding Henri Lefebvre: Theory and the Possible Continuum, London, 2004 , 288 pp. isbn 0 -826 -47002 -5 (hbk) £60 isbn 0 -826 -47003 -3 (pbk) £19 .99 Reviewed by Neil

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Published: Sep 12, 2016

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