Review of “Ethnographies of Youth and Temporality: Time Objectified” by Daphne Demetry #sssi #sociology

There is a considerable interest in time and temporality in interactionism and sociology more widely. This is reflected for example by Michael Flaherty’ “Textures of Time“, reviewed in this journal by Michael Spivey. This body of research concerned with time has recently been extended by a volume edited by Anne Line Dalsgard, Martin Frederiksen, Susane Hojlund and Lotte Meinert titled “Ethnographies of Youth and Temporality: Time Objectified”. Daphne A. Demetry’s review of the book has just been published on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. Subscribers can download it by clicking the image below.

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