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Writing Management: Organization Theory as a Literary Genre

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Sceptical of scientific claims and explanations of the social world, the author advocates an approach that draws on narrative, literary theory, cultural studies, and anthropology, rather than positivist social science, arguing that the social sciences are a system of institutionalized reflection, whereas business and public organizations represent institutionalized action. ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published October 7th 1999 by OUP Oxford
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Barbara Czarniawska (formerly known as Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges) is an organization theorist, best known for her contributions to constructivism theory in management studies as well as storytelling and narrative analysis in anthropology of organization.
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