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Central Currents in Organization Studies II
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Central Currents in Organization Studies II
Contemporary Trends

Four Volume Set
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July 2002 | 1 638 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Offering a solid grounding in the historical and contemporary concerns of the field, Central Currents in Organization Studies Volumes 5-8 presents an innovative and thematically coherent selection of seminal articles. This four-volume set provides an essential benchmark reference to any library concerned with the field of organization studies.

Presenting the most influential and provocative contributions to the field, this major work reviews the development of organization studies, including both mainstream and more innovative topics, leading through to recent debates on the status of organizations.

This set opens with an introductory editorial essay by Stewart Clegg where he explores issues concerning the scientific status and moral philosophy of oganization studies.


 
VOLUME FIVE: POLITICAL RELATIONS AND ARENA BOTH IN AND AROUND ORGANIZATIONS
 
PART NINE: POWER AND THE POLITICS OF ORGANIZING
D J Hickson, C R Hinings, C A Lee, R L Schneck and J M Pennings
A Strategic Contingencies Theory of Intra-Organizational Power
G Salancik and J Pfeffer
The Bases and Uses of Power in Organizational Decision-Making
A M Pettigrew
Strategy Formulation as a Political Process
H Mintzberg
The Organization as a Political Arena
M Cal[ac]as and L Smircich
Voicing Seduction to Silence Leadership
P J Frost and C P Egri
The Political Process of Innovation
S R Clegg
Radical Revisions
Power, Discipline and Organizations

 
J R Barker
Tightening the Iron Cage
Concertive Control in Self-Managing Teams

 
G Sewell
The Discipline of Teams
The Control of Team-Based Industrial Work Through Electronic and Peer Surveillance

 
D Knights and D McCabe
Are There No Limits to Authority?
A Romme, L Georges
Domination, Self-Determination and Circular Organizing
R Munro
Power and Discretion
Membership Work in the Time of Technology

 
D Courpasson
Managerial Strategies of Domination
Power in Soft Bureaucracies

 
 
PART TEN: INTERORGANIZATIONAL COLLABORATION AND ALLIANCES
K J Benson
The Interorganizational Network as a Political Economy
B Gray
Conditions Facilitating Interorganizational Collaboration
M S Granovetter
The Strength of Weak Ties
H B Thorelli
Networks
Between Markets and Hierarchies

 
A Grandori and G Soda
Inter-Firm Networks
Antecedents, Mechanism and Forms

 
P S Ring and A H Van de Ven
Developmental Processes of Co-Operative Interorganizational Relationships
C C Snow, R E Miles and H J Coleman Jr
Managing 21st Century Network Organizations
B Uzzi
Social Structure and Competition in Interfirm Networks
The Paradox of Embeddedness

 
S Newell and J Swan
Trust and Interorganizational Networking
 
VOLUME SIX: DISCURSIVE SUBJECTS AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
 
PART ELEVEN: DISCURSIVE SUBJECTS
C W Mills
Situated Actions and Vocabulary of Motive
A Gouldner
Cosmopolitans and Locals
D Roy
Banana Time
Job Satisfaction and Informal Interaction

 
H Garfinkel
Studies of the Routine Grounds of Everyday Activities
E Bittner
The Police on Skid Row
A Study of Peacekeeping

 
M Lynch
Technical Work and Critical Inquiry
Investigations in a Scientific Laboratory

 
H Molotch and D Boden
Talking Social Structure
Discourse, Dominance and the Watergate Hearings

 
D Silverman
Studying Organizational Interaction
Ethnomethodology's Contribution to the `New Institutionalism'

 
 
PART TWELVE: RESEARCHING ORGANIZING QUALITATIVELY
C W Mills
On Intellectual Craftsmanship
J Van Maanen
The Fact of Fiction in Organizational Ethnography
A M Pettigrew
Longitudinal Field Research on Change Theory and Practice
J Martin
Deconstructing Organizational Taboos
The Suppression of Gender Conflict in Organizations

 
D Golden-Biddle and K Locke
Appealing Work
An Investigation of How Ethnographic Texts Convince

 
D Boje
Stories of the Storytelling Organization
A Postmodern Analysis of Disney as 'Tamara-Land'

 
T J Jick
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
Triangulation in Action

 
M Alvesson and D Karreman
Varieties of Discourse
On the Study of Organizations through Discourse Analysis

 
 
VOLUME SEVEN: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL REALITIES
 
PART THIRTEEN: ORGANIZATIONS ENCULTURED AND ENCODED
B Turner
Sociological Aspects of Organizational Symbolism
S Barley
Semiotics and the Study of Occupational and Organizational Cultures
A Pettigrew
On Studying Organizational Cultures
L Smircich
Concepts of Culture and Organizational Analysis
S Linstead
Jokers Wild
The Importance of Humour in the Maintenance of Organization Culture

 
C Ray
Corporate Culture
The Last Frontier of Control

 
E Schein
Organizational Culture
S Linstead and R Grafton-Small
On Reading Organizational Culture
A Strati
Aesthetic Understanding of Organizational Life
H Willmott
Strength Is Ignorance
Slavery is Freedom; Managing Culture in Modern Organizations

 
S R Clegg
Max Weber's Relevence for the Sociology of Organizations
 
PART FOURTEEN: ORGANIZATIONS AS SENSE-MAKING ARENAS
M Rosen
Breakfast at Spiro's
Dramaturgy and Dominance

 
B M Staw
The Escalation of Commitment to a Course of Action
H Flam
Emotional `Man'
Corporate Actors as Emotion-Motivated Emotion Managers

 
M Albrow
Sine Ira et Studio - Or Do Organizations Have Feelings?
S Barley
Technology as an Occasion for Structuring Evidence for Observations of CAT Scanners and the Social Order of Radiology Departments
K Weick
The Collapse of Sense-Making in Organizations
The Mann Gulch Disaster

 
E Wenger
Communities of Practice and Social Learning Systems
H A Simon
Bounded Rationality and Organizational Learning
 
VOLUME EIGHT: PARADIGMS OF THEORY; PARADIGMS FOR PRACTICE
 
PART FIFTEEN: PARADIGMS AND ORGANIZATION STUDIES
J Hassard
Overcoming Hermeticisim in Organization Theory
An Alternative to Paradigm Incommensurability

 
A Gioia and E Pitre
Multiparadigm Perspectives on Theory Building
M W Lewis and A J Grimes
Metatriangulations
Building Theory from Multiple Paradigms

 
J Pfeffer
Mortality, Reproducibility and the Persistence of Styles of Theory
J Van Maanen
Fear and Loathing in Organization Studies
B Czarniawska
Who is Afraid of Incommensurability?
C Hardy and S Clegg
Relativity Without Relativism
Reflexivity in Post-Paradigm Organization Studies

 
K Weick
Theory Construction as Disciplined Reflexivity
Trade-offs in the 90s

 
 
PART SIXTEEN: PARADIGMS FOR NEW ORGANIZATION FORMS
W V Heydebrand
New Organizational Forms
P Du Gay
Colossal Immodesties and Hopeful Monsters
Pluralism and Organisational Conduct

 
I Nonaka
A Dynamic Theory of Organizational Knowledge Creation
J G March
The Future, Disposable Organizations, and the Rigidities of Imagination
J Fulk and G DeSanctis
Electronic Communication and Changing Organizational Forms
H W Volberda
Towards the Flexible Form
How to Remain Vital in Hypercompetitive Environments

 
R Sanchez and JT Mahoney
Modularity, Flexibility and Knowledge Managment in Product and Organization Design
H Tsoukas
The Firm as a Distributed Knowledge System
A Contructivist Approach

 
A Y Lewin, C P Long and T N Carroll
The Coevolution of New Organizational Forms
A Pettigrew, S Massini and T Numagami
Innovative Forms of Organising in Europe and Japan
T Clarke and S Clegg
Management Paradigms for the New Millennium

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