L’invention des routines

Speaking of routines, in social sciences easily carries connotations related to alienation. Routines, it is said, come from the fact that individuals and households, depend on heavy macro-social time constraints that impose their mechanical time on their daily schedules. Individual agency is thus su... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Quelle: In Espace populations sociétés (01.07.2015)
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Zusammenfassung: Speaking of routines, in social sciences easily carries connotations related to alienation. Routines, it is said, come from the fact that individuals and households, depend on heavy macro-social time constraints that impose their mechanical time on their daily schedules. Individual agency is thus supposed to be built on fluidity and on improvisation in situation.Such a point of view has already been discussed by some research works. We come back to that point, speaking of daily schedules organisation, in a context where individuals and households are mainly struggling, today, to protect their time against an unstructured, chopped, heterogeneous time.Individuals and households build routines to preserve their time. They use a series of devices, mixing social and technical resources, to manage more comfortably their daily lives.Relying on a survey by semi-structured interviews, we describe this activity of inventing, testing, strengthening, changing those routines in this paper.
ISSN: 0755-7809

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