By Marco Mareggi (auth.), Dietrich Henckel, Susanne Thomaier, Benjamin Könecke, Roberto Zedda, Stefano Stabilini (eds.)
Time has turn into an more and more very important subject in city reports and concrete making plans. The spatial-temporal interaction isn't just of relevance for the idea of city improvement and concrete politics, but additionally for city making plans and governance. The space-time technique makes a speciality of the individual with its quite a few conduct and exercises within the urban. realizing and taking these behavior under consideration in city making plans and public guidelines bargains a brand new technique to enhance the standard of lifestyles in our towns. Adapting the provision and accessibility of public areas and providers to the population’ space-time wishes demands an built-in method of the actual layout of city area and to the association of towns.
In the final 20 years the physique of sensible and theoretical paintings on city space-time subject matters has grown considerably. The ebook bargains a cutting-edge assessment of the theoretical reasoning, the advance of latest analytical instruments, and functional adventure of the space-time layout of public towns in significant eu nations. The contributions have been written by means of lecturers and practitioners from a number of fields exploring space-time learn and planning.
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Are there pieces of evidence of such changes? Are changes in Sunday’s work regulation at the root of such an evolution? What impact does this have on the social perceptions and values given to Sunday? What is the time use behaviour of those working on Sunday compared to those who do not? In the frame of this chapter, we will actually not try to answer all the questions raised. We will limit ourselves to what appear to us as the most essential issues currently on the agenda. First, we will assess the evolutions of Sunday’s opening regulations in EU in the retail sector.
This operation results in ‘descriptions of territories’ and ‘descriptions for a project’. They cannot be separated. In fact ‘describing means selecting according to some specific criteria which correspond to the reasons of the description : : : [and] the description does not follow the change, but it helps to produce it’ (Dematteis 1999, pp. 117–118) and to orient it towards specific directions. ‘These ideas are nowadays completely accepted from the epistemological point of view’ (ibidem), but they are sometimes forgotten in the daily practice, even if they are confirmed and reaffirmed in rhythm analysis.
Henckel et al. -Y. 1 Introduction In 1985, Eviatar Zerubavel wrote: ‘We usually surround the 7-day work by an aura of inevitability’ (Zerubavel 1985 cited in McCrossen 2005, p. 31). Although today the majority of employed people in the European Union still have a standard work schedule, there is an increasingly important quantity of people that have atypical work schedules. The peculiarity is that somebody is always working somewhere – regardless of whether it is evening, predawn, middle of the night, Saturday or Sunday.