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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Critical realist applications in organisation and management studies.
London ; New York : Routledge, 2004
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steve Fleetwood; Stephen Ackroyd
|ISBN:||0203537076 9780203537077 9780415345095 041534509X 9780415345101 0415345103|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Book Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Illustrations; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Editors' introduction: Critical realist applications in organisation and management studies; Foreword: Why critical realism?; 1. An ontology for organisation and management studies; 2. Brands, boundaries and bandwagons: A critical reflection on critical management studies; 3. Idealism and ideology: The Caterpillar controversy in critical accounting; 4. The ontology of work: Social relations and doing in the sphere of necessity. 5. Human resource management and realism: A morphogenetic approach6. Methodology for management and organisation studies: Some implications of critical realism; 7. Future directions in management science modelling: Critical realism and multimethodology; 8. Temporally embedded case comparison in industrial marketing research; 9. Theorising networks from a critical realist standpoint: The discovery of power and contextual issues within and outside 'networks'; 10. Competence theories; 11. Working in teams: Ethnographic evidence from two 'high performance' workplaces. 12. Humour and subversion in two call centres13. Tracing the effects of a hospital merger; 14. The moral management of nursing labour power: Conceptualising control and resistance; 15. I say tomato, you say tamato: Putting critical realism to work in the knowledge worker recruitment process; Indes of names; Index of subjects.|
|Series Title:||Critical realism--interventions.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Steve Fleetwood and Stephen Ackroyd.|