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Michel AlhadeffJones
Professor in Adult Learning & Leadership, Columbia Univ; Psychosociologist & Rhythmanalyst at the Temporalities, Rhythms & Complexity Lab, Sunkhronos Institute
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Michel AlhadeffJones 13h
Replying to @filvos
I like the metronome standing on the desk... what a symbol for the rhythms of thought!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Dec 10
« Updated more than 14,000 times a day »: the of everyday surveillance... Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Dec 10
My very best friend when I’m writing a paper in English... as much as I love French language, I’m always amazed by the richness of English vocabulary.
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Dr Sabina Vakser Dec 10
this looks like it might be up your alley :)
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Michel AlhadeffJones Dec 10
Replying to @sabyjoy
Next on my list ;-) thanks Sabina. There are some known authors involved. I was looking for a publisher for one of my next projects. Looks like I may have found the right collection.
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Phil Wood Dec 8
the shifting rhythms of academic work
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Michel AlhadeffJones Dec 7
New special issue of on including a broad range of international scholars in discussing recent trends & issues.Thanks to prof. Biasin for inviting me to participate with a paper on the of transformation.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Dec 5
Just published: «Rythmanalyse(s)» edited by Wunenburger & Lamy (in French) A very stimulating collection of essays presented in 2013 in Lyon🇫🇷. I had the privilege to participate with a paper on and paradigm of .
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Revue Temporalités Dec 4
[séminaire] Lectures en sciences sociales sur les temporalités (2018-2019) : une sociologie des (dé)synchronisations.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 30
The questions introduced in this practical article raises so many critical issues about , and the social,cultural & technological aspects inherent to the act of . It’s Almost 2019. Do You Know Where Your Are? via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 29
An interesting paper about a topic () that reveals so much about how society interprets & regulates individual , and how it manages temporal norms, standards & social expectations. The Link Between August Birthdays and ADHD via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 29
Replying to @Fadiax @HEreflections1
Take care of yourself, too 😊
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 29
I feel the last sprint of 2018 coming: 3 weeks left to write a paper on & in for a special issue of the German journal Zeitschrift für Weiterbildungforschung...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 29
Replying to @HEreflections1
Btw, I hope you’ll recover soon. There is value is fast recovery!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 29
Replying to @HEreflections1
Being sick at this time too,I feel in total synch with your current arrhythmia🤧 When I’m in such state,I’m always considering what Lefebvre wrote about the challenge of taking distance with everyday rhythms. Being sick is a privileged opportunity to reset our rhythmic awareness.
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Clarence Bluntz Nov 20
« Désintellectualiser la critique est fondamental pour avancer [...] quand un moteur dégueulasse vous pétarade des fumées noires à la figure, il n’y a pas besoin de changer nos cosmologies pour comprendre que ça pose un problème »
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 23
Très heureux d'être invité par Capucine Bremond dans son émission "Perceptions" le 11 janvier 2019 sur la (93.1 FM en Ile-de-France et sur ) pour parler de l' et des de la famille. A bon entendeur!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 21
A New Time for Christian Marclay “but he pushes things all the time: using pictures as musical scores, asking musicians to respond to video imagery. He finds continuity in discontinuity.” via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 21
Interesting paper. However, I predict that one day scientists will find that complex prediction requires more than two clocks in the brain. Not sure yet which one makes me predict that...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Nov 20
Very sad to hear about the recent loss of our colleague Peter Jarvis, a key contributor to the field of , author of dozens of books, and co-founder of the International Journal of Lifelong Education. RIP
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