Published March 8, 2007
by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Organizing identity: Persons and organizations ‘after theory’ London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / du Gay, Paul. Organizing Identity: Persons and Organizations ‘After Theory’. "This book overturns the conventional thinking about organization and identity and puts in its place a wholly new theoretical synthesis. It is not just an extraordinarily incisive commentary on modern life but it is also a key to thinking about identity in new ways which will prove an indispensable guide as we move beyond social constructionism. Workplace Justice: Organizing Multi-Identity Movements Paperback – Octo by Sharon Kurtz (Author)Cited by: Organizational Identity presents the classic works on organizational identity alongside more current thinking on the issues/5(9).
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