Models of time capital
Preda, Marian, & Ștefania Matei. 2020. “Time Capital in Strategic Planning and Sustainable Management.” Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 16 (61): 105–24.
Matei, Ștefania, & Marian Preda. 2020. “Time Capital as a Social Imaginary.” Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology 11 (1): 51–58.
Matei, Stefania, & Marian Preda. 2019. “When Social Knowledge Turns Mathematical – The Role of Formalisation in the Sociology of Time.” Time & Society 28 (1): 247–72.
Stan, Mara. 2014. Time Use Patterns in Bucharest Emerging Suburbs: From Expectations to Challenges. Berlin: Lambert.
Preda, Marian. 2013. “Time Capital and Social Gravity: Two New Concepts for Sociology of Time.” In Body and Time: Bodily Rhythms and Social Synchronism in the Digital Media Society, edited by Bianca Pirani and Thomas Smith, 22–40. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Time in social policy
Stan, Mara. 2017. “Quality Time and Online Training Innovation For the Public-Sector Managers.” In Proceedings of the Transylvanian International Conferencein Public Administration, edited by Cristina Hințea, Bogdan Moldovan, Bianca Rusu, & Raluca Suciu, 443–61. Cluj-Napoca: Accent.
Digitally mediated temporalities
Stan, Mara & Mina Fanea-Ivanovici. 2019. “Time to Act: Discourse on Time in Crowdfunding for Social Entrepreneurship Project.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Excellence, edited by Alina Mihaela Dima, 1162-1172. Warsaw: De Gruyter.
Atemporality and immortality
Matei, Ștefania. 2020. Noile vieți de apoi. Imortalitatea socială în contextul tehnologiilor digitale. București: Tritonic.
Matei, Ștefania. 2018. “Responsibility Beyond the Grave: Technological Mediation of Collective Moral Agency in Online Commemorative Environments.” Design Issues 34 (1): 84–94.
Matei, Ștefania, & Marian Preda. 2016. “Status After Death. Understanding Posthumous Social Influence Through a Case Study on the Christian-Orthodox Tradition.” Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 15 (45): 257–82.
Rughiniș, Răzvan, & Ștefania Matei. 2016. “History, Biography and Empathy in Inkle’s ‘80 Days.” In Proceedings of the Playing With History Workshop. Games, Antiquity and History, 1–8. Digital Games Research Association and Society for the Advancement of the Science of Digital Games.
Stan, Mara. 2016. “Cryonics Suspension – Debating Life Finitude, Extending Time Capital and Cancelling Death.” Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and SociologyIssues 7(2): 71–91.
Rughiniș, Răzvan, & Ștefania Matei. 2015. “Play to Remember: The Rhetoric of Time in Memorial Video Games.” In Human-Computer Interaction: Interaction Technologies. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, edited by Masaaki Kurosu, 628–39. Springer, Chem.
Matei, Ștefania. 2015. “Digital Cultures of Commemoration Learning and Unlearning History through Video Games.” In Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, edited by Ioan Dumitrache, Adina-Magda Florea, Florin Pop, & Alexandru Dumitrașcu, 777–82. University Politehnica of Bucharest.