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Social Theory at Work

Опубликовано на портале: 18-12-2009
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 516 с.
This book brings together leading academics from important schools of social and economic theory to make a pressing, spirited and highly engaging case for the relevance of these particular perspectives in contributing to the analysis of contemporary work. The schools covered are: Weberian, Marxian, Durkheimian, feminist, neo-classical economics, institutional economics, ethics, Foucauldian, postmodernist, organizational sociology, and economic sociology of work and labor/industrial relations.

Foreword , Walter W. Powell

1. Introduction: Competing, collaborating and reinforcing theories , Marek Korczynski, Randy Hodson, and Paul Edwards

Theory Overview

2. Marxist thought and the analysis of work , Richard Hyman

3. Weberian thought and the analysis of work , Graham Sewell and James Barker

4. A Durkheimian view of organizational culture , James Lincoln and Didier Guillot

5. Feminist thought and the analysis of work , Heidi Gottfried

6. Foucauldian and postmodern thought and the analysis of work , Gibson Burrell

7. Neo-classical economic thought and the analysis of work , Steve Machin

8. The institutional economics tradition and the analysis of work , Geoffrey Hodgson

9. Economic sociology and the analysis of work , Nicole Biggart

10. Organizational sociology and the analysis of work , Heather Haveman

11. Ethical analysis and work , Karen Legge

Integrative Chapters

12. Technology and work , Jacques Belanger

13. Professions , Keith Macdonald

14. Globalization and work , Steve Frenkel

15. Identity and work , Robin Leidner

16. Conclusion: Change at work and opportunities for theory , Peter Cappelli

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