Micropolitics of Knowledge: Communication and Indirect Control in Workgroups
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Micropolitics of Knowledge: Communication and Indirect Control in Workgroups

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For many years Emmanuel Lazega has explored communication behavior and decision-making processes of small workgroups within larger organizations. To account for the knowledge claims of members of those groups, and for the ways in which such claims are legitimated collectively and translated into action, he presents a theory of the interactive elaboration of information on...more
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Published December 31st 1992 by Aldine
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