Timing the strike: The temporalities of industrial action

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 4 (2020)

Timing the strike: The temporalities of industrial action
Cathy Elliott, pages -

Abstract

The time of the picket line interrupts the busyness of our ordinary working lives, opening up time for fellowship, listening and solidarities. It forces us to face up to the misery and violence of the ways our lives are ordinarily timed and allows us to notice other temporalities. The production of social time is a collective endeavour that needs to be thought about politically and together.

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Cathy Elliott (2020) Timing the strike: The temporalities of industrial action, Renewal, 28(4), -

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