From Time & society
For most people in the contemporary world, daily life has become a constant struggle against two closely related enemies. One is the never ending stream of impending deadlines approaching all too rapidly; the other is the constant battle against a chronic shortage in our time budgets, considering the impact of temporal practices driven by deadlines and time famine. The special section of this special issue is devoted to the Temporalities of the Media. The first article deals with the orientation to time and deadlines at morning meetings in news organizations.
Focusing on deadlines: How orientation to time is a constitutive normative constraint at meetings in media organizations
Time & Society July 2015 24: 183-200, first published on April 2, 2015 doi:10.1177/0961463X15577261