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SAGE directions in organization studies [electronic resource] /edited by Stewart R. Clegg.

Contributor(s): Clegg, Stewart.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Sage library in business and management: Publisher: London : SAGE, 2010Description: 1 online resource (4 v.).ISBN: 9781849202954 (electronic bk.); 1849202958 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Organizational behavior | Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management | Management | Organizational behaviorGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 658 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; SAGE DIRECTIONS IN ORGANIZATION STUDIES VOLUME I; Contents; Contents -- Volume I; Contents -- Volume II; Contents -- Volume III; Contents -- Volume IV; Appendix of Sources; Foreword; Editor's Introduction: Directions in Organization Studies; Histories; 1 -- The Roots of Uncertainty in Organization Theory: A Historical Constructivist Analysis; 2 -- From King to Court Jester? Weber's Fall from Grace in Organizational Theory; 3 -- 'Dead Selves': The Birth of the Modern Career; 4 -- Shouldn't Organization Theory Emerge from Adolescence?; 5 -- The Study of Organizations and Organizing since 1945.
Summary: SAGE has unparalleled depth in journal back lists in the field of organization studies, and publishes several of the top journals in the field, including Organization, Human Relations and Organization Studies. This four-volume set brings together over sixty of the key papers published in SAGE books and journals since the turn of the millennium, many of which are not easily available in traditional library holdings. Professor Stewart Clegg is widely recognised as a preeminent scholar of organization studies, and together with an international editorial board of ten renowned scholars in the field.
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Cover; SAGE DIRECTIONS IN ORGANIZATION STUDIES VOLUME I; Contents; Contents -- Volume I; Contents -- Volume II; Contents -- Volume III; Contents -- Volume IV; Appendix of Sources; Foreword; Editor's Introduction: Directions in Organization Studies; Histories; 1 -- The Roots of Uncertainty in Organization Theory: A Historical Constructivist Analysis; 2 -- From King to Court Jester? Weber's Fall from Grace in Organizational Theory; 3 -- 'Dead Selves': The Birth of the Modern Career; 4 -- Shouldn't Organization Theory Emerge from Adolescence?; 5 -- The Study of Organizations and Organizing since 1945.

SAGE has unparalleled depth in journal back lists in the field of organization studies, and publishes several of the top journals in the field, including Organization, Human Relations and Organization Studies. This four-volume set brings together over sixty of the key papers published in SAGE books and journals since the turn of the millennium, many of which are not easily available in traditional library holdings. Professor Stewart Clegg is widely recognised as a preeminent scholar of organization studies, and together with an international editorial board of ten renowned scholars in the field.

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