Organizational Studies: Selves and subjects

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Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Business & Economics - 2121 pages
 

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Contents

General introduction
viii
SECTION
1043
from two lectures
1061
Accounting and the construction of the governable person
1074
Assembling the modern self
1121
conclusions
1146
Speaking subjects
1161
Organizations as emotional arenas
1185
A type of woman
1287
Panopticism
1331
surveillance discipline and
1357
comment on Sewell and Wilkinson
1378
Survival strategies
1435
Career as a project of the self and labour process discipline
1465
The mental management of routine
1486
gender work
1520

from private to commercial uses
1210
a feminist reading of bounded rationality
1244
the case of secretaries
1267
work at Disneyland
1542
Company as family?
1561
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