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Debating Organization

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424 pages
This volume introduces readers to the central debates of organization studies through a series of 'point' and 'counterpoint' debates by major figures in the field.

  • Introduces readers to the central tensions and debates of organization studies.
  • Celebrates the productive heterogeneity of the field by placing competing perspectives side by side.
  • Includes contributions from major figures in the field.
  • Structured in an innovative 'point' and 'counterpoint' format.
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List of Figures
Notes on the Contributors
Acknowledgments
Contents
The Discourse of Organization Studies: Dissensus, Politics, and Paradigms Robert Westwood and Stewart Clegg
PART IOFUNDATIONS 2 Organization Studies: Discipline or Field? Commentary: What Kind of Science should Organization Studies Strive to be? 2aFrom Fields to Science: Can Organization Studies make the Transition?Bill McKelvey 2bParadigm Plurality: Exploring Past, Present, and Future Trends Mihaela Kelemen and John Hassard
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Ontology Commentary: Let’s get Ontological 3aOrder is Free: On the Ontological Status of Organizations Kimberly B. Boal, James G.(Jerry)Hunt, and Stephen J. Jaros 3bOntology: Organization as “World-making”Robert Chia
Epistemology Commentary: On being Positivist and becoming Constructivist 4aPosition Statement for PositivismLex Donaldson 4bSocial Constructionism and Organization Studies Barbara Czarniawska
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PARTII
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PARTIV
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CONTENTS
Methodology Commentary: Ironic Authenticity and Paradoxical Constructivism 5aFrom Subjectivity to Objectivity: A Constructivist Account of Objectivity in Organization TheoryWilliam McKinley 5bFrom Objectivity to Subjectivity: PursuingSubjective Authenticity in Organizational ResearchPeter Case
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Organization – Environment Commentary: Enacting/Institutionalizing 6aEnacting an Environment: The Infrastructure of Organizing Karl E. Weick 6bConstructing the Iron Cage: Institutional Theory and Enactment P. Devereaux Jennings and Royston Greenwood
Power and Institutions Commentary: The Dynamics of Institutions 7aThe Problem of Order Revisited: Towards a more Critical Institutional PerspectiveMichael Lounsbury 7bDiscourse or Institution? Institutional Theory and the Challenge of Critical Discourse AnalysisNelson Phillips
Globalization Commentary: The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Globalization 8aThe Disorganization of Inclusion: Globalization as Process Barbara Parker 8bGlobalization and the Organization(s) of Exclusion in Advanced CapitalismMarc T. Jones
STRUCTUREAND CULTURE
Structure Commentary: Organization Structure 9aOrganizationBob Hinings 9bDisorganizationRolland Munro
Culture Commentary: Making Sense of Culture 10aThe Case for CultureNeal M. Ashkanasy 10bInstantiative versus Entitative Culture: The Case for Culture as ProcessAndrew Chan
IDENTITYAND RELATIONSHIPS
Gender and Identity Commentary: Nondebating Gender Theorizing Gender and OrganizingSilvia Gherardi, Judi Marshall, and Albert J. Mills
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Index
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Trust Commentary: Organizational Psychosis versus the Virtues of Trust 12aThe Virtues of Prudent TrustRoderick M. Kramer 12b“Fool’d with Hope, Men favour the Deceit,” or, Can we Trust in Trust?Burkard Sievers
Question Time: Notes onAltercationStephen Linstead
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