Introduction [The SAGE Handbook of Organization Studies]
AuthorClegg; HARDY, C; Lawrence; Nord
Source TitleThe SAGE Handbook of Organization Studies
University of Melbourne Author/sHardy, Cynthia
AffiliationManagement and Marketing
CitationsClegg, HARDY, C., Lawrence & Nord (2006). Introduction [The SAGE Handbook of Organization Studies]. Clegg, SR (Ed.). Hardy, C (Ed.). Lawrence, T (Ed.). Nord, WR (Ed.). The SAGE Handbook of Organization Studies, (2), pp.1-15. Sage Publications.
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In the first version of this Handbook we stated our intentions to provide a map for researchers to navigate their way around organization studies. In so doing, we used various criteria to help us decide which subjects to include in the volume: both old and new, mainstream and peripheral, normal and ‘contra’ science, and from established authors and relative newcomers. We hoped that the original edition would be a reaffirmation of the dominant streams of thought in organization studies as well as a celebration of some newer modes of inquiry (Clegg and Hardy 1996a). We also wanted to stimulate conversations within and between the different approaches to organization studies.
KeywordsBusiness and Management
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