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The Time Dimension: An Interdisciplinary Guide

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"The Time Dimension: An Interdisciplinary Guide is the first comprehensive bibliography of temporal scholarship-research on the subject of time and the phenomenon of time itself. As T.K. Das notes, the nature of research insights on the subject of time is difficult to comprehend within the confines of any specific discipline since relevant materials are scattered throughout the literature in numerous scholarly field. By bringing together the most significant published works in a wide variety of disciplines, this unique compendium enables scholars and researchers to look beyond their own particular area of expertise when selecting appropriate resource materials. Throughout, the focus is on the time dimension itself as a problematic or researchable phenomenon rather than on narrow topics such as time management, time series analysis, or forecasting."-The Bookwatch

"This is the first interdisciplinary guide to offer a bibliography of literature relating to time and the phenomenon of time, and should prove of interest to a range of college-level scholars; from those involved in literature and the arts to others interested in physical science or history. The collection enables scholars & researchers to gather and learn of material beyond their disciplines, to select materials of particular interest in a given framework or interpretative mode, and to consider the broader perspectives of the time dimension. The title is organized by discipline; from economics & geography to linguistics, literature, music, and political science. This organization acts as a subject guide as well as a discipline category, offering specific references which are easily accessed. Books, journal submissions, articles, reports, and research collections are cited from around the world, making for an important basic reference which should be considered a mainstay of any college library."-The Midwest Book Review

?The Time Dimension: An Interdisciplinary Guide is the first comprehensive bibliography of temporal scholarship-research on the subject of time and the phenomenon of time itself. As T.K. Das notes, the nature of research insights on the subject of time is difficult to comprehend within the confines of any specific discipline since relevant materials are scattered throughout the literature in numerous scholarly field. By bringing together the most significant published works in a wide variety of disciplines, this unique compendium enables scholars and researchers to look beyond their own particular area of expertise when selecting appropriate resource materials. Throughout, the focus is on the time dimension itself as a problematic or researchable phenomenon rather than on narrow topics such as time management, time series analysis, or forecasting.?-The Bookwatch

?This is the first interdisciplinary guide to offer a bibliography of literature relating to time and the phenomenon of time, and should prove of interest to a range of college-level scholars; from those involved in literature and the arts to others interested in physical science or history. The collection enables scholars & researchers to gather and learn of material beyond their disciplines, to select materials of particular interest in a given framework or interpretative mode, and to consider the broader perspectives of the time dimension. The title is organized by discipline; from economics & geography to linguistics, literature, music, and political science. This organization acts as a subject guide as well as a discipline category, offering specific references which are easily accessed. Books, journal submissions, articles, reports, and research collections are cited from around the world, making for an important basic reference which should be considered a mainstay of any college library.?-The Midwest Book Review

About the Author

T.K. DAS is Associate Professor of Strategic Management at Baruch College, City University of New York. His previous works include The Subjective Side of Strategy Making (Praeger, 1986).

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