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How matter matters : objects, artifacts, and materiality in organization studies

Author: Paul R Carlile
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Series: Perspectives on process organization studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st published in pbkView all editions and formats
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The third volume in the Perspectives on Process Organization Studies Series focuses on the entanglement of social and material aspects of organizations, and in particular the role of objects and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Carlile
ISBN: 9780198708858 0198708858 9780199671533 0199671532
OCLC Number: 886830778
Notes: Originally published: 2013.
Description: 294 Seiten : Illustrationen ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introducing the Third Volume of Perspectives on Organization Studies ; 2. Ma(R)King Time: Material Entanglements and Re-Memberings: Cutting Together-Apart ; 3. Reflections on Sociomateriality and Dialogicality in Organization Studies: from Inter-' to Intra-Thinking ... in Performing Practices ; 4. Materializing the Immaterial: Relational Movements in a Perfume s Becoming ; 5. Media as Material: Information Representations as Material Foundations for Organizational Practice ; 6. Knowledge Eclipse: Producing Sociomaterial Reconfigurations in the Hospitality Sector ; 7. The Emergence of Materiality within Formal Organizations ; 8. Reclaiming Things: An Archaeology of Matter ; 9. Untangling Sociomateriality ; 10. Doing By Inventing the Way of Doing: Formativeness as the Linkage of Meaning and Matter ; 11. Otherness and the Letting-be of Becoming: Or, Ethics Beyond Bifurcation
Series Title: Perspectives on process organization studies.
Responsibility: edited by Paul R. Carlile, Davide Nicolini, Ann Langley, Haridimos Tsoukas.

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