Time Pioneers : Flexible Working Time and New Lifestyles
By: Hörning, Karl H.
Contributor(s): Gerhardt, Anette | Michailow, Matthias | Leigh, Sue | Williams, Anthony.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Oxford : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (176 p.).ISBN: 9780745694993.Subject(s): Flextime - Germany (West) - HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Time Pioneers : Flexible Working Time and New LifestylesDDC classification: 306.361 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Foreword to the English Edition -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1 Lifestyles and Time Relations in Flux -- 1.1 The abandonment of old thought models -- 1.2 Lifestyle as an analytical concept -- 1.3 Time as the thematic core of lifestyle -- 1.4 Flexibilization in the context of working time policy -- 1.5 The research group of 'time pioneers' -- 2 Flexible Working Time - New Perspectives and Traditional Forms of Opposition -- 2.1 The relevance of flexible working time to the time pioneers -- 2.2 The motives behind flexibilization
2.3 Obstacles to the individual implementation of flexible working time -- 2.4 Problems with flexible working time at the workplace -- 3 The Revision of Interpretive Schemata - Commitment and Dissociation -- 3.1 The time pioneers' high degree of job commitment -- 3.2 Dissociation from the cultural paradigm of the employment society -- 3.3 Conflicts at work resulting from different cultural perspectives -- 4 The Changed Relationship between Money and Time -- 4.1 The complex role of reduced income -- 4.2 The reorganization of household management
4.3 Dissociation from the dominant dictates of money and time -- 4.4 The resistance to change of ingrained consumption models -- 5 The Time Structures of the New Lifestyle -- 5.1 Restructuring everyday time patterns -- 5.2 Changed time allocation techniques -- 5.3 The time pioneers' perception of time -- 5.4 The gain in temporal affluence -- 6 The Dynamic of the New Lifestyle -- 7 Future Prospects -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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