还有许多研究者和作者研究了时间原则的概念。有些人与E的工作是一致的。P汤普森，而其他人则持不同的观点(汤普森，1967)。根据索特尔的说法，迈克尔的观点是，汤普森对时间原则的观点不仅是欧洲中心的，而且似乎是性别的。由于工业革命的原因，时间的规律并没有发生，但它一直是一个过程，自中心时代以来，政府、经济和宗教在日常生活中扮演着重要的角色。他在文章《发条者和天文观测者》中进一步指出:早期现代柏林，时间的规律不是来自革命，而是来自树木，这是当地知识增强的一个组成部分，因为人们的时钟是通过活动计划组织来使用的。他还否认了汤普森的观点，即人们开始学习时钟的位置，以及在社会中使用何种类型的时钟对他们来说也是必不可少的。他进一步说，时间的原则不是强加于个人的，而是由具有特殊技能和独特知识的人(Thompson,1967)所确定的。他在这里提出的论点是，在最初的日子里，时钟的基础不是太阳就是月亮，但是在19世纪之后，这个变化了，通过大量研究的科学家开始用特殊的工具来描绘时间。其他讨论时间纪律的研究人员是保罗·格伦尼(Paul Glennie)和奈杰尔·勤俭，他们的文章“塑造了今天:英格兰和威尔士的历史记录，1300 – 1800年”。他们也遵循E提出的观点。P·汤普森。作者还利用了他对时钟的假设作为基于时间的资本管理的中心工具。在他们的书中，时间的过程记录了其数据的广度和制表，从此变得狭窄。
There have been many other researchers and authors who have researched the notions of time discipline. Some have been aligned with the work by E.P Thompson while others have adopted a differing viewpoint (Thompson, 1967). According to Sauter, Michael, it has been said that the approach of Thompson to the perspective of time discipline is not only Eurocentric, but also appears to be gendered. The discipline of time did not happen according to Sauter because of revolution of industries, but it has been a process since the middle centric ages as major roles were played by the government, economics and religion in daily life. He further argued in his article Clockwaters and Stargazers: Early Modern Berlin that the discipline of time came not from the revolution, but only from trees and this was a component of local knowledge enhancement as people based clocks were utilized through event planning organizations. He also argued denying the notions of Thompson that people started learning the locations of clocks and which groups in the societies used what type of clocks was also essential to them. He further indulged in arguing that the discipline of time is not imposed externally over individuals, but people have considered this as a standard determined through individuals with special skills and unique knowledge (Thompson, 1967). The argument he presents here is that in the initial days, the basis of the clocks were either the sun or the moon but after 1800s, this changed and it was the scientists who through considerable research started to portray time using special tools. Other researchers who discussed the time discipline were Paul Glennie and Nigel Thrift in their article “Shaping the day: A timekeeping history in England and Wales, 1300-1800. They also followed the perspectives set forward by E.P Thompson. The authors also made use of his assumptions on the clock use as a central tool of time based capital management. In their book, the process of time keeping history for its data breadth and tabulation is henceforth narrow.