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Status of Research and Methodology 3. The expert interviews were conducted between June and September We would like to thank the following for giving us their valuable time and for the interest they have shown:.
The - apparent - lack of time and its consequent value as a resource shape economic activity and everyday life alike. Beyond all philosophical connotations, time is interesting primarily as a tool for co-ordinating social procedures. Every society has specific time structures and methods of synchronisation. We set dates and deadlines for ourselves and others, and clocks and calendars are the tools that measure our time discipline.
These structures and methods form the time structure or the time order of a society, with which norms and sanctions are associated. The time structures of modern societies are determined by governmental framework regulation e. Developed societies are currently experiencing a structural shift from industrial society to a service and knowledge society.
From the time perspective, this process takes the form of a change in time structures. Symptoms of this development are the flexibilization of working and operating hours and of working conditions, the increasing complexity of social synchronisation and changes in social rhythms.
The share of people with so-called "standard jobs" is declining, whilst the proportion of nonstandard jobs night, shift, weekend, part-time work and regular overtime as well as job leasing, temporary or minimum employment and free-lance work is growing from year to year and spreading to more and more sectors of the economy, especially the service sector. Taking the city of Bremen as our example, we examine whether direct or indirect effects or unintended consequences of this change in time structures are to be observed and how such consequences are to be dealt with in terms of time policy.