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French Sociology and Time: Origin, Development, and Current Research

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For French sociology, time has never been the central subject of an independent field of research. Without being neglected, the theme of time remains nevertheless on the fringe. In this field, there are neither networks nor academic journals which are well recognized. If we exclude Temporalistes (a journal which appeared for the first time in 1984 but whose circulation remains private), we have no journal similar to Time and Society, a first class academic showcase for the promotion and recognition of work devoted to its theme.The division of work in the French scientific community is used to this absence of visible evidence; time is a subject of research in different fields: work, education, health and organisations, without the various threads ever being woven together to produce a framework of coherent analysis.


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