Barbara Adam′s time–based approach engages with, yet differs from postmodernist writings. It suggests ways not merely to deconstruct but to reconstruct both common–sense and social science understanding.
This book will be of interest to undergraduates, graduates and academics in the areas of sociology, social theory environmental/green issues, feminist theory, cultual studies, philosophy, peace studies, education, social policy and anthropology.
1. ′My′ Time, ′Our′ Time, ′Other′ Time.
2. Of Time and Health, Life and Death.
3. Education: Learning the Habits of Clock Time.
4. The Time Economy of Work Relations.
5. Global Times and the Electronic Embrace.
6. The Times of Global Environmental Change.
7. The ′Temporal Turn′: Mapping the Challenge for Social Science.