Organizational Studies: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 3

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Warwick Organizational Behaviour Staff, Warwick Organizational Behavior
Psychology Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 513 pages
Edited by ten academics at the University of Warwick Business School, this collection represents some of the best work within organization studies:
Volume 1: Modes of Management seeks to invert conventional approaches to managing
Volume 2: Objectivity and Others focuses upon issues of epistemology
Volume 3: Selves and Subjects investigates areas hidden from orthodox organization studies
Volume 4: Evil Empires? Looks at the damaging effects of large organizations upon the lives of people.
Together, the collection represents around eighty articles, drawn from the social sciences generally as well as from organization studies specifically. There is a thorough index to assist the reader in navigation of the material.
 

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Contents

General introduction
512
SECTION
537
Style as theory
562
Mortality reproducibility and the persistence of styles of theory
583
Fear and loathing in organization studies
595
In defence of paradigm incommensurability
605
Breaking the paradigm mentality
625
a response to Hugh Willmott
667
SECTION C
741
The time and space of the enlightenment project
787
A phantom state? International money electronic networks
799
ordering strategy
853
Toward a model of organizations as interpretation systems
869
sustaining definitions of reality
889
the sociologist as voyeur
902
The search for literature
927

a reply
672
outline of an anarchistic theory of knowledge
679
Organization theory in the postmodern era
703
the quest for order
724
Elements of a feminist discourse
950
Feminism management and selfactualization
1001
a theory of gendered organizations
1020
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