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Critical Management Studies

Four-Volume Set
Mats Alvesson
Hugh Willmott
   1680 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Hardcover ISBN: 9780857023759 $1,000.00
VOLUME ONE: CRITICAL MANAGEMENT STUDIES: OVERVIEWS, ORIGINS, DEVELOPMENTS AND DEBATES
Origins and Early Developments
The Servants of Power L. Baritz
Organizations: A Dialectical View J.K. Benson
Introduction S. Clegg and D. Dunkerley
One-Dimensional Management Science: The Making of a Technocratic Consciousness T. Tinker and T. Lowe
Towards a Critical Management Science S. Wood and J. Kelly
On the Idea of Emancipation in Management and Organization Studies M. Alvesson and H. Willmott
Overviews
Critical Theory and Postmodern Approaches to Organizational Studies M. Alvesson and S. Deetz
At the Critical Moment: Conditions and Prospects for Critical Management Studies V. Fournier and C. Grey, C
VOLUME TWO: CRITICAL ORGANIZATION STUDIES
Organizational Structure
Developing a Field with More Soul: Standpoint Theory and Public Policy Research for Management Scholars P. Adler and J. Jermier
Organizations: From Substance to Image? M. Alvesson
Organized Dissonance: Feminist Bureaucracy as Hybrid Form K.L. Ashcraft
Glass Cages and Glass Palaces: Images of Organizations in Image-Conscious Times Y. Gabriel
Demystifying Organizations C. Perrow
Communication and Unobtrusive Control in Contemporary Organizations P.K. Tomkins and G. Cheney
Organizational Culture
Negations and Ambiguities in the Cultures of Organizations A. Batteau
Ideology: Tech Culture Codified and Conclusion G. Kunda
Breakfast at Spiro's: Dramaturgy and dominance M. Rosen
The Smile Factory: Work at Disneyland J. Van Maanen
Strength Is Ignorance; Slavery Is Freedom: Managing Culture in Modern Organizations H. Willmott
Organizational Behaviour
Identity Regulation as Organizational Control: Producing the Appropriate Individual M. Alvesson and H. Willmott
Discursive Formations, Strategized Subordination, and Self-Surveillance S. Deetz
Working at a Cynical Distance: Implications for Power, Subjectivity and Resistance P. Fleming and A. Spicer
On Fieldwork in a Habermasian way: Critical Ethnography and the Extra-Ordinary Character of Ordinary Professional Work J. Forester
Ideological Fantasy at Work J. Glynos
Career as a Project of the Self and Labour Process Discipline C. Grey
Looking up and Looking around R. Jackall
Power and Subjectivity at Work: From Degradation to Subjugation in Social Relations D. Knights and H. Willmott
Theorizing Subjectivity in Organizations: The Failure of Foucauldian Studies? T. Newton
Beyond the Surrogate of Motivation B. Sievers
Gender and Ethnicity
The Racial Foundation of Organizational Communication K.L. Ashcraft and B.J. Allen
"Engineering Humour": Masculinity, Joking and Conflict in Shop-Floor Relations D. Collinson
Hidden Gendered Assumptions in Mainstream Organization Theory and Research J. Martin
The Emperor Has No Clothes: Rewriting "Race in Organizations" S. Nkomo
Serving Hamburgers and Selling Insurance: Gender, Work and Identity in Interactive Service Jobs R. Leidner
Organizational Democracy and Industrial Relations
Corporations, Democracy and the Public Good S. Barley
Whence Democracy? A Review and Critique of the Conceptual Dimensions and Implications of the Business Case for Organizational Democracy P. Johnson
All Quiet on the Workplace Front: A Critique of Recent Trends in British Industrial Sociology P. Thompson and S. Ackroyd
Reflections on the High Performance Paradigm's Implications for Industrial Relations as a Field J. Godard and J. Delaney
VOLUME THREE: MANAGEMENT SUBSPECIALISMS
Information Systems
Information Systems and Critical Theory K. Lyytinen
Michel Foucault in the Study of ICTs; Critique and Reappraisal L. Willcocks
Operational Research
Technical, Practical and Critical OR - Past, Present and Future? J. Mingers
Beyond Methodology Choice: Critical Systems Thinking as Critically Systemic Discourse W. Ulrich
Entrepreneurship
'Against 'Enterprise' (But Not against 'Enterprise', for That Would Make No Sense) P. Du Gay
The Sublime Object of Entrepreneurship C. Jones and A. Spicer
Accounting and Finance
Manufacturing Shareholder Value: The Role of Accounting in Organizational Transformation M. Ezzamel, H. Willmott and F. Worthington
Accounting and the Construction of the Governable Person. P. Miller and T. O'Leary
Auditing and the Production of Legitimacy M. Power
Marketing
Rethinking Critical Marketing A. Bradshaw and A. Furat Fiat
The Cult(ure) of the Consumer P. du Gay and G. Salaman
The Point of Selling: Capitalism, Consumption and Contradictions M. Korczynski
Marketing and Critique: Prospects and Problems G. Morgan
The Distorted Mirror: Reflections on the Unintended Consequences of Advertising R. Pollay
Environmental Management
Greening Organizations: Critical Issues J.M. Jermier and L.C. Forbes
Environmental Management as Political Sustainability D. Levy
Limits to Anthropocentrism: Towards an Ecocentric Organization Paradigm? R.E. Purser, C. Park and A. Montouri
Strategic Management
Corporate Strategy, Organizations and Subjectivity: A Critique D. Knights and G. Morgan
Critical Approaches to Strategic Management D. Levy, M. Alvesson and H. Willmott
Human Resource Management
Representing People at Work K. Legge
Foucault, Power/Knowledge and Its Relevance for Human Resource Management B. Townley
Critical Management Education
Grasping the Nettle: Possibilities and Pitfalls of a Critical Management Pedagogy M. Reynolds
Management Education : Provocations to a Debate H. Willmott
Spinning Disciplines: Critical Management Studies in the Context of the Transformation of Management Education M. Zald
Ethics and Corporate Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly S.B. Banerjee
As if Business Ethics were Possible, `within Such Limits... C. Jones
Corporate Governance and the Ethics of Narcissus J. Roberts
VOLUME FOUR: DEBATES, (SELF)CRITIQUES AND REFLEXIVITY
The Future of Critical Management Studies M. Alvesson
Reflecting on Reflexivity: Reflexive Textual Practices in Organisation and Management Theory M. Alvesson, C. Hardy and B. Harley
Still Servants of Power A.P. Brief
Economics Language and Assumptions: How Theories Can Become Self-Fulfilling F. Ferraro, J. Pfeffer and R. Sutton
Critical Management Studies: Towards a More Mature Politics C. Grey
On Striving to Give a Critical Edge to Critical Management Studies A. Hopwood
Organization Theory in the Age of Deconstruction: Dualism, Gender and Postmodernism Revisited D. Knights
Critical Performativity: The Unfinished Business of Critical Management Studies A. Spicer, M. Alvesson and D. Kärreman
Brands, Boundaries and Bandwagons: A Critical Reflection on Critical Management Studies P. Thompson
Theorizing Contemporary Control: Some Poststructuralist Responses to Some Critical Realist Questions H. Willmott

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