Critical Analysis of Organizations: Theory, Practice, Revitalization

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SAGE Publications, Mar 28, 2002 - Business & Economics - 218 pages
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In this comprehensive and scholarly book, the essential critical strands in organizational analysis are explained. It examines how central traditions have realigned in relation to the challenge of postmodernism and the new reflexive turn in organizational studies.

Judicious, innovative and written with the needs of students in mind, this book offers a renewed and revitalized critical accent in organization studies - one that focuses on existing and emerging social tendencies, contestations and struggles. It will be essential reading for senior students of organization studies and sociology.

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Philosophy and Sociology
27
Classical Traditions of Organizational Analysis
63
Criticism Crisis Dispersion
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About the author (2002)

Catherine Casey is Lecturer in the School of Business and Economics, University of Auckland

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