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Peter

Eviatar Zeruvabel would be where I would start (Hidden Rhythms). There's a classic piece by Roy (1959-ish?) on 'banana time', but this is about combating monotony & job satisfaction.

Alex Soojung-Kim Pang

Thanks very much, Peter! Ill have a look at these. Ive also been reading / pillaging the journal Time and Society, which has had some useful stuff, and have Zimbardos new book on time cued up. That might have something useful as well.

Alex Soojung-Kim Pang

Ah yes, the DF Roy piece on banana time. I had a colleague who wanted to write about jokes in the workplace that get out of hand, and call it A Banana Too Far. I hope the piece comes out....

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