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Surfacing Moves

Spatial-Timings of Senior Home Care

Peter A. Lutz

Like many countries, Sweden faces the challenge of population aging and senior care. Compared with institutionalized health care, senior home care offers a viable option, promising familiar surroundings and lower costs. However, those performing senior home care sometimes resist time-management policies that pressure such care in practice. Some scholars analyze this situation as opposition between 'objective' and 'subjective' time. This article takes a different route. It explores how time surfaces in Swedish senior home care through relational movements of care. These enlist things such as schedules, machines, and aging bodies. To this end, the article also experiments with 'surfacing' as an ethnographic heuristic for figuring these different 'spatial-timings'. The article concludes that surfacing matters not only in senior home care but also in the field-desks of ethnographic analysis.

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Managing Time and Making Space

Canadian Students' Motivations for Study in Australia

Heather Barnick

This article examines the ways in which Canadian students on an exchange or study abroad programme in Australia articulated the value of their experience in connection with time and, more particularly, time constraints. Where Canadian universities often promote study abroad programmes in connection with the global knowledge-based economy, students' desires to travel abroad were more often rooted in a desire to take 'time out' while remaining productive towards the completion of future goals. Students' narratives reveal a connection between time management, travel, and the formations of a class identity. Rather than analysing time strictly as a form of capital, however, insights are generated around time as practice, that is, how time becomes an important factor in students' continual negotiations of space, social relationships, and what could be called a 'lifetime itinerary'.

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For a New Materialist Analytics of Time

Laura Bear

generate capital. Yet, as the articles here illustrate, the distinction between free and labouring time is often breached and unstable. For example, women experience their birthing according to a time-management characteristic of production (White

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Kathleen Frazer Oswald

information to achieve safer and more efficient management of flows places real-time management of trains via telegraph as well as traffic signals in a longer trajectory leading up to visions of future automobility. Rather than see smart as a new technological

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Jan Ifversen

cendres (1966) Conceptual history is devoted to studying the use of concepts in historical change, which human beings must always manage cognitively. Reinhart Koselleck, the founder of Begriffsgeschichte , made time management the central focus of this

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‘Time Is Like a Soup’

Boat Time and the Temporal Experience of London’s Liveaboard Boaters

Ben Bowles

becoming a boater involves relaxing one’s sense of the unbending rigidity and structure of forms of time management prevalent in the wider capitalist world of work, seen to be modelled in the actions of CaRT. Bear (2014) writes about the need to combine

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What Am I StIll Doing Here?

Travel, Travel Writing, and Old Age

Robin Jarvis

processes of mutability” may justify revisitation but mere sentimentality does not. When time starts to be appreciated as a finite resource, the travel writer insists on extracting more value from it. If these stricter time management criteria are not met