Time Space and SocietyTime Space and Society



In the first option, which deals with duration, space is passive, and only time is
active. In the second option, which deals with pace, space and time are both
active and passive. Thus, different urban spaces may be used as resources in
Several ...

Author: A. Kellerman

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400922877

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Page: 128

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Time and space are two of the most basic dimensions of human life. They envelop all human beings from birth to death. As such, they provide the context for human existence. At the same time, however, time and space also serve as major influencing factors in mankind's actions. Hence, a vast literature has developed on time and space as separate dimensions, and recently on time-space as joint dimensions. Interestingly enough, the social connotations of time and space have mostly been studied with the individual human being in mind. The more societal significance of time and space, whether separately or jointly, have been relatively neglected. It is the purpose of this volume to help fill this lacuna through discussions on some of the many junctions of time, space, and society at large. The discussion will naturally involve concepts and findings from more than just one discipline -- notably, geography, sociology, social history and political science. It is, thus, obvious that the topic may be highlighted from several perspectives. Given my own education and work, the approach will lean more to the geographical perspective. Geography has a special merit as an integrating framework for the study of time, space, and society. It is a discipline that has space at the center of its raison d'etre and, as such, has always striven for integration, holism and comprehensiveness.

TimespaceTimespace



... a Location of Offices Bureau advertised on the London Underground with
pictures of fathers playing football with their sons in a 'new town' setting – a
suggestion that in such places there would be enough time for family life. Since
then pace ...

Author: Jon May

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134677856

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Page: 336

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Timespace undermines the old certainties of time and space by arguing that these dimensions do not exist singly, but only as a hybrid process term. The issue of space has perhaps been over-emphasised and it is essential that processes of everyday existence, such as globalisation and environmental issues and also notions such as gender, race and ethnicity, are looked at with a balanced time-space analysis. The social and cultural consequences of this move are traced through a series of studies which deploy different perspectives - structural, phenomenological and even Buddhist - in order to make things meet up. The contributors provide an overview of the history of time and introduce the concepts of time and space together, across a range of disciplines. The themes discussed are of importance for cultural geography, sociology, anthropology, cultural and media studies, and psychology.

The Cybercities ReaderThe Cybercities Reader



For Harvey , the world is in the grip of another round of time - space In this new
order , cities become interruptions in the ... For example , in the eighteenth
century a of the marked increase in the pace of life brought about number of
nervous ...

Author: Stephen Graham

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415279569

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Page: 444

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Bringing together a vast range of debates and examples of city changes based on Information and Communications Technology (ICT), this book illustrates how new media in cities shapes societies, economies and cultures.

Instructional Design Frameworks and Intercultural ModelsInstructional Design Frameworks and Intercultural Models



What is the pace of time when individuals have down time or leisure time? Is time
tied to the pace of work? ... How does the target audience spend their free time?
space Space is a preexisting entity that humans have been forced to adopt and ...

Author: Young, Patricia A.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605664279

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Page: 402

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Provides frameworks for integrating culture into design. Offers practical applications for the construction of user interfaces, products, services, and other online environments useful in the development of culture-based designs.

Thinking SpaceThinking Space



As the pace at which money circulates around the urban economy alters, so
Simmel believed did the pace of life—and with it our experience of space and
time. By this observation, however, Simmel was only tangentially concerned with
a ...

Author: Mike Crang

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134721184

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Page: 400

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Thinking Space looks at a range of social theorists and asks what role space plays in their work, what difference (if any) it makes to their concepts, and what difference such an appreciation makes to the way we might think about space.

The Pace of ModernityThe Pace of Modernity



In his most recent book, Time, Space and Motion in the Age of Shakespeare,119
Angus Fletcher has attempted to understand the status of the categories of time,
space and motion in their contribution to the development of a distinctively ...

Author: O. Bradley Bassler

Publisher: re.press

ISBN: 9780987268235

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Page: 226

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Wittgenstein said that philosophers should greet each other, not by saying “hello,” but rather “take your time.” But what is time? Time is money, but this points to an even better answer to this basic question for our modern epoch: time is acceleration. In a cultural system which stresses economic efficiency, the quicker route is always the more prized, if not always the better one. Wittgenstein’s dictum thus constitutes an act of rebellion against the dominant vector of our culture, but as such it threatens to become (quickly) anti-modern. We need an approach to “reading” our information-rich culture which is ...

Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community OntologiesHandbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies



... learning (as characterizes all forms of distance education) but also freedom to
negotiate the time, the pace, the content, ... of its undergraduate programming in
unpaced, continuous intake model – affording freedom of time, space and pace.

Author: Hatzipanagos, Stylianos

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605662091

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Page: 632

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"This book explores how social software and developing community ontologies are challenging the way we operate in a performative space"--Provided by publisher.

The Key Elements of Classroom ManagementThe Key Elements of Classroom Management



An easy-to-read guide offers an introduction to effective classroom management, including tips on setting up a classroom, establishing routines, and pacing the curriculum.

Author: Joyce McLeod

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 9780871207876

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Page: 195

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An easy-to-read guide offers an introduction to effective classroom management, including tips on setting up a classroom, establishing routines, and pacing the curriculum.

Time Space and the UnknownTime Space and the Unknown



... and this supported a population density up to one-hundred times greater than
among their Kisonko neighbours.As they ... Initiation into a new age-set of moran
gathered pace before their predecessors had formally retired to elderhood by ...

Author: Paul Spencer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134371600

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Page: 304

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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Key Thinkers on Space and PlaceKey Thinkers on Space and Place



Time - space convergence : The speeding - up of the pace of life due to
increasing time - space compression ( shrinking of space by time ) and time -
space distantiation ( the interconnectedness and interdependence of people and
places ...

Author: Phil Hubbard

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761949631

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Page: 356

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A comprehensive guide to the latest work on space. Each entry is a short interpretative essay, outlining the contributions made by the key theorists.

Researching Second Language Learning and Teaching from a Psycholinguistic PerspectiveResearching Second Language Learning and Teaching from a Psycholinguistic Perspective



Typically three spatial dimensions (length, width, height), and one temporal
dimension (time) are seen as a single abstract universe. And it is space time that
represents the arena of events: “[s]pace by itself, and time by itself, are doomed to
 ...

Author: Dagmara Gałajda

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319319544

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Page: 272

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This edited collection explores the processes of second language learning and teaching from a psycholinguistic perspective. Authored by leading experts in the field, the book includes studies focusing on theoretical, empirical and practical aspects of second and foreign language education. Part One offers contributions devoted to a range of learner-related factors, dealing with affective and cognitive variables, the process of reading and the acquisition of lexis. Part Two brings together papers related to teacher awareness of second language instruction that focus on conversational styles, fostering intercultural pragmatics, teacher job satisfaction, the development of instructional materials and challenges of teacher training in different contexts. It is of interest to researchers as well as graduate and postgraduate students seeking fresh inspirations for their own empirical investigations of the ways in which second and foreign languages are taught and learned.

In the MeantimeIn the Meantime



Chapter Four Slow Space Another Pace and Time A few days before January 1,
2012, a New Year's resolution about changing temporal orders appeared in the
New York Times. An op-ed by Pico Iyer titled the “The Joy of Quiet” caused quite
a ...

Author: Sarah Sharma

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822378334

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Page: 208

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The world is getting faster. This sentiment is proclaimed so often that it is taken for granted, rarely questioned or examined by those who celebrate the notion of an accelerated culture or by those who decry it. Sarah Sharma engages with that assumption in this sophisticated critical inquiry into the temporalities of everyday life. Sharma conducted ethnographic research among individuals whose jobs or avocations involve a persistent focus on time: taxi drivers, frequent-flyer business travelers, corporate yoga instructors, devotees of the slow-food and slow-living movements. Based on that research, she develops the concept of "power-chronography" to make visible the entangled and uneven politics of temporality. Focusing on how people's different relationships to labor configures their experience of time, she argues that both "speed-up" and "slow-down" often function as a form of biopolitical social control necessary to contemporary global capitalism.

The Ideal and the RealThe Ideal and the Real



An Outline of Kant's Theory of Space, Time and Mathematical Construction A.
Winterbourne. Consider this passage ... that space is continuous. Space and time
are quanta continua; "[S]pace consists solely of spaces, time solely of times.

Author: A. Winterbourne

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400914155

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Page: 139

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Many students coming to grips with Kant's philosophy are understandably daunted not only by the complexity and sheer difficulty of the man's writings, but almost equally by the amount of secondary literature available. A great deal of this seems to be - and not only on first reading - just about as difficult as the work it is meant to make more accessible. Any writer deliberately setting out to provide an authentically introductory text thus faces a double problem: how to provide an exegesis which would capture some of the spirit of the original, without gross and misleading over-simplification; and secondly, how to anchor the argument in the best and most imaginative secondary literature, yet avoid the whole project appearing so fragmented as to make the average book of chess openings seem positively austere. Until fairly recently, matters were made even more difficul t, in that commentaries on Kant were very often of a whole work, say, The Critique of Pure Reason, with the result that students would have to struggle through a very great deal of material indeed in order to feel any confidence at all that they had begun to understand the original writings. Recently, things have changed somewhat. There are now excellent commentaries on "Kant's Analytic", "Kant's Analogies" etc. . We have also seen, (at least as reflected in book titles), a resurgence of interest in what is perhaps the most controversial and far-reaching Kantian claim, viz.

In Work At HomeIn Work At Home



In the office or factory it is typical for the time, space and pace of work to be
externally regulated. This is ... Those who work at home are not subject to the
same kind or level of external constraints on their working day and their work
location.

Author: Alan Felstead

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134714599

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Page: 224

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More and more people are choosing to earn a living at home. In Work, At Home explores the meaning and experience of this type of employment by covering a wide range of issues including: * social relationships * current research methodologies * statistical analyses of global labour markets * the emotional and psychological processes of self-management * home relations. Presenting statistical analyses of labour markets in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, In Work, At Home provides a valuable introduction to the issues and debates surrounding homeworking and will appeal to students across a range of disciplines, including sociology, business studies and women's studies.

At a DistanceAt a Distance



... and inhabiting virtual environments was made over a decade before
philosophers would again become invested in concepts of "place" as distinct from
the time/space/pace discourse dominating emergent communication
technologies.

Author: Annmarie Chandler

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262033283

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Page: 486

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The theory and practice of networked art and activism, including mail art, sound art, telematic art, fax art, Fluxus, and assemblings. Networked collaborations of artists did not begin on the Internet. In this multidisciplinary look at the practice of art that takes place across a distance--geographical, temporal, or emotional--theorists and practitioners examine the ways that art, activism, and media fundamentally reconfigured each other in experimental networked projects of the 1970s and 1980s. By providing a context for this work--showing that it was shaped by varying mixes of social relations, cultural strategies, and political and aesthetic concerns-- At a Distance effectively refutes the widely accepted idea that networked art is technologically determined. Doing so, it provides the historical grounding needed for a more complete understanding of today's practices of Internet art and activism and suggests the possibilities inherent in networked practice. At a Distance traces the history and theory of such experimental art projects as Mail Art, sound and radio art, telematic art, assemblings, and Fluxus. Although the projects differed, a conceptual questioning of the "art object," combined with a political undermining of dominant art institutional practices, animated most distance art. After a section that sets this work in historical and critical perspective, the book presents artists and others involved in this art "re-viewing" their work--including experiments in "mini-FM," telerobotics, networked psychoanalysis, and interactive book construction. Finally, the book recasts the history of networks from the perspectives of politics, aesthetics, economics, and cross-cultural analysis.

Time Limited Therapy in a General Practice SettingTime Limited Therapy in a General Practice Setting



Can anything be resolved in such a short space of time? A six-session ... One
must not overlook the importance of between-session work, and clients must be
given the time and space to do that work at their own pace. Although several
weeks ...

Author: Glyn Hudson-Allez

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446264065

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Page: 240

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`[An] excellent book... an important source of learning, bringing clarity and insight into often isolated areas' - Counselling in Medical Settings (CMS) Journal `Glyn Hudson-Allez's book is very well researched and clearly written... time-limited therapy is an effective and professional means of offering practical help and the book is highly recommended reading for all counsellors wishing to work in this way' - Family Practice As general practitioners are increasingly capping provision of counselling sessions, time-limited therapy skills are becoming ever-more important to counsellors working alongside GPs. Time-limited therapy provides a specific set of skills which enable counsellors to cope successfully with the large number and wide range of referrals they can receive in primary care settings. This book covers both difficulties commonly presented in primary care, such as anxiety, stress, bereavement and depression, and problems not usually considered appropriate for working within a time-limited framework - such as eating disorders, medical complaints and abuse: the author shows that clients with such problems can also be helped effectively. Integrating counselling skills with psychological knowledge, Glyn Hudson-Allez outlines the psychological and physical aspects of each problem and provides concise guidelines, with illustrative case studies, on how time-limited therapy can be used efficiently in each case. She also discusses the administration and evaluation of a counselling service within primary care.

Conversational LearningConversational Learning



The pace of the conversation can be influenced by talking and acting, by not
filling up the space with words, and by accepting there may need to be times of
silence. Allow time for slow responses when asking for comments or asking
questions.

Author: Ann C. Baker

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 1567204988

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Page: 234

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This challenging new book asserts that business conversations can be seen as social experiences through which we discover new ways of seeing the world, destroying the barriers between us.