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The myth of male power : why men are the disposable sex

Author: Warren Farrell
Publisher: London : Fourth Estate, 1994, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Locates the study of organization by reviewing some of the most significant theoretical paradigms to have shaped our understanding. This book focuses on the relationships between theory and research  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Farrell, Warren.
Myth of male power.
London : Fourth Estate, 1994, ©1993
(OCoLC)647036020
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren Farrell
ISBN: 1857022114 9781857022117
OCLC Number: 59810516
Notes: Previous edition: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1993.
Description: xv, 331 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Introduction - Stewart R Clegg and Cynthia Hardy PART ONE: FRAMEWORKS FOR ANALYSIS Organizational Theorizing - Michael Reed An Historically Contested Terrain The Normal Science of Structural Contingency Theory - Lex Donaldson Organizational Ecology - Joel A C Baum Organizational Economics - Jay B Barney and William Hesterly Understanding the Relationship between Organizations and Economic Analysis The Individual in Organizational Studies - Walter R Nord and Suzy Fox The Great Disappearing Act? The Institutionalization of Institutional Theory - Pamela S Tolbert and Lynne G Zucker Critical Theory and Postmodernism - Mats Alvesson and Stanley Deetz Approaches to Organizational Studies From the 'Woman's' Point of View - Maria B Cal[ac]as and Linda Smircich Feminist Approaches to Organization Studies PART TWO: REFLECTIONS ON RESEARCH, THEORY AND PRACTICE Data in Organizational Studies - Ralph Stablein Action Research for the Study of Organizations - Colin Eden and Chris Huxham Emotion and Organizing - Stephen Fineman Exploring the Aesthetic Side of Organizational Life - Pasquale Gagliardi Images of Time in Work and Organization - John Hassard The Organizational Culture War Games - Joanne Martin and Peter Frost A Struggle for Intellectual Dominance Some Dare Call It Power - Cynthia Hardy and Stewart R Clegg Normal Science, Paradigms, Metaphors, Discourses and Genealogies of Analysis - Gibson Burrell The Owl of Minerva - Richard Marsden and Barbara Townley Reflections on Theory in Practice Representations - Stewart R Clegg and Cynthia Hardy
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