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Engagements in situationally appropriate home cooking2021 Food Culture and Society 24 (3): 368-89
  • Johanna Mäkelä
  • Kaisa Torkkeli
  • Kristiina Janhonen
H6/KF [FOOD-]1751-7443
Beyond childcare: changes in the amount and types of parent-child time over three decades2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 327-51
  • Dana Wray
  • Irene Boekmann
  • Julia Inglenfeld
  • Melissa A. Milkie
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic issue 'Sociology of professions'; French summary
Trends in mothers' parenting time by education and work from 2003 to 20172021 Demography 58 (3): 1065-91
  • Jennifer March Augustine
  • Kate C. Prickett
The 6pm struggle: the changing meaning of work, a culture of overtime work, and corporate governmentality in urban China2020 Asian anthropology 19 (1): 39-52
  • Xinyan Peng
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478X
Same-sex couples' shared time in the United States2020 Demography 57 (2): 475-500
  • Joan Garcia Roman
  • Katie R. Genadek
  • Sarah M. Flood
On waiting willfully in urban Uganda: toward an anthropology of pace2020 Cultural anthropology 36 (3): 458-83
  • Anna Eisenstein
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356Kinyarwanda summary
Simultaneous activities in the household and residential electricity demand in Spain2019 Time and society 28 (1): 175-99
  • Isabel Santiago
  • Jacopo Torriti
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Electrifying news! Journalists, audiences, and the culture of timeliness in the United States, 1840-19202019 Time and society 28 (1): 200-30
  • Richard B. Kielbowicz
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
I will do it tomorrow! Exploring the dimensionality of procrastination in Poland2019 Time and society 28 (1): 415-37
  • Agata Blachnio
  • Aneta M. Przepiorka
  • Juan F. Diaz-Morales
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
A child's day: trends in time use in the UK from 1975 to 20152019 British journal of sociology 70 (3): 997-1024
  • Killian Mullan
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315
A multitude of natural, social and individual time2019 Time and society 28 (3): 971-94
  • TP van Tienoven
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Revisiting key concepts'
Slowing down modernity: a critique2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1039-60
  • Filip Vostal
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Revisiting key concepts'
Adolescents' subjective well-being: the role of adolescents' and mothers' time perspectives2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1084-104
  • Cornelia MĒŽirean
  • Loredana R. Diaconu-Gherasim
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Time perspectives II'
From present to presentation: a philosophical critique of Hartmut Rosa's 'situational identity'2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1061-83
  • Paul J. D'Ambrosio
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Revisiting key concepts'
'Tempus divitiae': locomotion orientation and evaluation of time as a precious resource2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1105-23
  • Antonio Pierro
  • Arie W. Kruglanski
  • Clara Amato
  • Conrad S. Baldner
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Time perspectives II'
How is perception of time associated with cognitive functioning? The relationship between time perspective and executive control2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1124-47
  • Joanna Witowska
  • Marcin Zajenkowski
H6 [TIME-]0961-463Xin special section 'Time perspectives II'
Sleep timing is linked to sociosexuality: evidence from German, Polish, Slovak, and Spanish females2019 Time and society 28 (3): 1272-87
  • Arash Rahafar
  • Christoph Randler
  • Ina Castellana
  • Juan Díaz-Morales
  • Konrad S. Jankowski
  • Magdalena Linke
  • PAvol Prokop
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Doing nothing: anthropology sits at the same table with contemporary art in Lisbon and Tbilisi2019 Ethnography 20 (4): 541-59
  • Francisco Martínez
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Digital video recorder dodgers - sport-viewing habits in the face of changing media reality2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1319-32
  • Ilan Tamir
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Measuring society's temporal synchronization via days of importance2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1333-62
  • Halliki Harro-Loit
  • Triin Vihalemm
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
In the anytime: flexible time structures, student experience and temporal equity in higher education2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1409-28
  • Anna Bennett
  • Matthew Bunn
  • Penny J. Burke
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Temporal dynamics in the daily lives of health practitioners2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1552-76
  • Cynthia Wang
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Reconfiguring time, love, and money: adjusting chronotropic realities among queer and trans of color community organizers in Toronto, Canada2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1577-95
  • Matthew Chin
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Eating time in Santiago, Chile: a trade-off between norms and biological and social requirements2019 Time and society 28 (4): 1596-618
  • Claudia Giacoman
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
The missed period: disjunctive temporalities and the work of capital in an Indian BPO2019 American ethnologist 46 (4): 417-28
  • Akhil Gupta
  • Purnima Mankekar
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Speculative futures at the bottom of the pyramid2018 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 24 (2): 233-55
  • Catherine Dolan
  • Dinah Rajak
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Waiting, power and time in ethnographic and community based-research2018 Qualitative research 18 (4): 416-32
  • Celmara Pocock
  • Jane Palmer
  • Lorelle Burton
H6 [QUALITATIVE-]1468-7941
It makes you make the time: 'obligatory' leisure, work intensification and allotment gardening2018 Ethnography 19 (3): 360-78
  • Abigail Schoneboom
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Ritual as work strategy: a window into organizational culture2018 Human organization 77 (3): 189-201
  • Anthony Ramos
  • Edward F. Morrison
  • Edward J. Berger
  • Elizabeth K. Briody
  • Elizabeth Wirtz
  • Gireesh Guruprasad
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
'We achive the impossible': discourses of freedom and escape at music festivals and free parties2018 Journal of consumer culture 18 (4): 477-96
  • Andrew Bengry-Howell
  • Christine Griffin
  • Isabelle Szmigin
  • Sarah Riley
  • Yvette Morey
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
Trade-offs in children's time allocation. Mixed support for embodied capital models of the demographic transition in Tanzania2018 Current anthropology 59 (5): 644-54
  • David W. Lawson
  • Jim Todd
  • Mark Urassa
  • Rebecca Sear
  • Sophie Hedges
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Digital gaming and the arts of parental control in southern Peru: phatic functionality and networks of socialization in processes of language socialization2018 Journal of linguistic anthropology 28 (3): 384-99
  • Ashley Barad
  • Benjamin Smith
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
The invention of the colonial time in the New Kingdom of Granada. The contribution of Catechism of Fray Luis Zapata de Cardenas2017 Iberoamericana 17 (65): 135-55
  • John Jairo Marín Tamayo
H6/KUL [IBEROAMERICANA-]1577-3388English summary
Out of sync: time management in the lives of young drug users2017 Time and society 26 (2): 244-64
  • Margaretha Järvinen
  • Signe Ravn
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Time use among New Zealand members of parliament2017 Time and society 26 (3): 339-61
  • Hilde Coffé
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Marking time in ethnography: uncovering temporal dispositions2017 Ethnography 18 (4): 556-76
  • Josephine Ngo McKelvy
  • Sarah Bowen
  • Sinikka Elliott
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
The ethnographic negative: capturing the impress of boredom and inactivity2017 Focaal (78): 23-37
  • Bruce O'Neill
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297in thematic section 'Boredom after the global financial crisis: from privilege to precarity'
Too much time: changing conceptions of boredom, progress, and the future among young men in urban Ethiopia2017 Focaal (78): 38-51
  • Daniel Mains
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297in thematic section 'Boredom after the global financial crisis: from privilege to precarity'
Sailing is needed, living is also needed: first ideas on time organization and perception of Brazilian seamen at Antarctica2017 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 60 (3): 284-307
  • Sarah de Barros Viana Hissa
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701English summary
Time in flux. Daily and weekly rhythms in rural Pakistan2017 Asian ethnology 76 (2): 261-87
  • Muhammad A. Z. Mughal
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
Food for thought: a comparative analysis of eating behavior in the United States, Poland, and Armenia2016 Food Culture and Society 19 (4): 655-79
  • Ewa Jarosz
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
'Work and rhythm' revisited: rhythm and experience in nothern Namibian peasant work2016 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 22 (4): 864-83
  • Gregor Dobler
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Development and the temporality of its exchange. How an eastern Yucatec village made cash transfer promises accountable2016 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología 26: 159-77
  • Andrés Dapuez
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Open-ended tasks and time discipline2016 Time and society 25 (2): 141-68
  • Gilles van Wijk
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Thought-time, money-time and the conditions of free academic labour2016 Time and society 25 (2): 213-33
  • Jeff Noonan
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
"When sense of time disappears" - or does it? Online video gamers' time management and time apprehension2016 Time and society 25 (2): 355-73
  • Maija Majamäki
  • Matilda Hellman
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Acceleration for working sole parents: squeezed between institutional temporalities and routinised parenting practices2016 Time and society 25 (3): 513-32
  • Danielle Nockolds
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Who works when? Toward a typology of weekly work patterns in Belgium2016 Time and society 25 (3): 652-75
  • Ignace Glorieux
  • Joeri Minnen
  • Theun Pieter van Tienoven
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Working on something else for a while: pacing in creative design projects2016 Time and society 25 (3): 676-99
  • Christel G. Rutte
  • Flora Beeftink
  • Wendelien Van Eerde
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
"Why[,] these children are not really Indians": race, time, and Indian authenticity2015 American Indian quarterly 39 (1): 1-24
  • Cheryl A. Wells
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X