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(p. 759) Index

(p. 759) Index

Note: page numbers for figures, notes and tables denoted with bold f, n and t.

abstractions 726–7
Academy of Management Review journal 448, 511, 605
accountability 372, 374, 387–8
accounting 25–7, 28, 30, 672
Accounting Organizations and Society journal 26
accumulation:
by dispossession 641
capitalist 698
post-Fordist modes of 226–7
regimes 224–6
Acker, J. 625, 626, 627
actant theory 97–8
acting, deep and surface 401–2, 405–6
action 47, 57, 202, 321, 348, 589
affirmative 633
dispositional 51
frame 303, 569
hidden 325
logics 110
organizational 285–6
outcomes of 592
social 303
strategic 162–3
theory of 302
actionability 375
activism 250, 491, 493–4, 496, 499–500, 501, 611
activity coordination 428–30, 431
‘Actor Network and After’ (workshop) 97
actor-network theory (ANT) 64, 96–101, 593
Bhaskar and critical realism 189–90, 207
Callon and agencing 106–10, 111–13, 116, 118–20
new economic sociology 516–18, 521–2
Adler, P. 536, 738
Administrative Science Quarterly 459, 495
Adolfsson, P. 96
Adorno, T.W. 81, 126, 158–9, 372, 537–8, 541, 542, 543, 545–7, 548, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556
Advances in Social Theory and Methodology: Toward an Integration of
Micro and Macro Sociologies (Knorr and Cicourel) 97
adverse selection 325, 334, 339
aesthetics 162, 165, 544, 693, 694
Affluent Worker studies 569
agencement 116–17, 520–1, 522, 527n6
agencing 113–18
agency 5, 69, 494, 716, 720
Bhaskar and critical realism 191t, 197–8, 203, 206–7, 214
Bourdieu and organization theory 43, 49, 51–2, 53, 58
Callon and agencing 106, 118
and capitalism 222, 238
continually reproduced or transformed 206
discourse and communication 415, 419, 424, 427–8, 431
Foucault and the Foucault effect 14, 24
Geertz and interpretation 364–5
Giddens and structuration theory 59, 590, 596, 599
imperialism 668
individual, subjectivism of 55
managerial 600
agential knowledgeability 601
agential realism 187–93, 214, 643
agential reflexivity 590
Aglietta, M. 224, 225–6
Ahl, H.J. 634
Ahrne, G. 501 (p. 760)
Ailon, G. 673–4
Ainsworth, S. 633
aircraft cabin crew study (Hochschild) 401–2, 406, 407
Aix/societal effects school 221
Alawattage, C. 672
Alcoff, L. 630
Alford, R.R. 52, 352
Algeria 46, 47, 58, 60
alienation 402–3, 536, 539, 542
‘All Day, Every Day’ (Westwood) 576
Allaire, Y. 355, 358, 360, 366n5
Allport, F.H. 489
Althusser, L. 40, 49
altruism 320, 331
Alvesson, M. 417, 418, 549, 550, 721
Amazon rainforest field studies 94–6
American Anthropologist (Goffman) 276
American capitalism 224, 225–6, 234, 238, 534, 729
American Journal of Sociology 302
American management 67
American Philosophical Association 456
American pragmatism 71, 82
American Sociological Association (ASA) 301
American Sociological Review 307
Americanized Keynesianism 449
amoralism in theory 719–20
anomie 402, 489
Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of Modern India
Prakash) 671
Anthias, F. 638
anthropological approach 373–4
anthropologizing the Other 88
anthropology:
of calculation 113–16
industrial 562
of markets 116
symmetrical 88, 91
anti-colonialism 661, 664, 670
anti-imperialism 661
anticipationism 371, 386, 387t
apparatus, conception of (dispositif) 371, 382, 388
Apter, D. 348
Aramis or The Love of Technology (Latour) 91–3
Arbeiter/Angestellte (worker/salaried employee) distinction 68
archaeology 22, 26, 210
Archaeology of Knowledge, The (Foucault) 17, 31n3
Archer, M. 183, 205–6, 587, 591–3, 595, 597–8, 601, 602
Aristotelian virtue ethics 457
Aristotle 448
Armstrong, P. 576
Aron, R. 65
Aronowitz, S. 259
Arrow, K.J. 333
Art of Japanese Management and Corporate Cultures, The (Uttal) 353
artefacts 347–8, 599
artefactually real 204–5, 419
Ashcraft, K.L. 422, 434–5, 644–5
assemblages 12, 18–19, 21, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30
asset specificity 229, 334, 335, 339, 474
Aston study 338
Asylums (Goffman) 266, 267, 276, 277–8, 280, 281, 283, 286, 288, 292, 294n7
Atkinson, J.M. 306
Atkinson, P. 277
auditability 386, 387t
Augustine, Saint 72
Austin, J.L. 113–14, 161, 290
Australia 617, 624, 633
Austrian school 469, 474, 478, 481
Austro-Marxism 68
authoritative texts 436–7
authority 433, 488, 490
managerial 475–7
‘Authority and the Family’ (Horkheimer) 541, 552, 555
authority structures 236, 334
autopoiesis 127, 135, 138, 142, 143, 145–6, 149, 438n2
Available Light (Geertz) 366n2
Bachelard, G. 40
Baecker, D. 148
Bakhtin, M.M. 92
Baldamus, W. 572 (p. 761)
Baldry, C. 689
Ball, K. 635
Balzac, H. de 256
Bamforth, K.W. 747–8
‘Banana Time’ (Roy) 286
Barad, K. 206, 643
Barbrook, R. 696–7
bargaining 229–30, 240, 329, 498
Barker, R. 79
Barley, S.R. 353–4, 355, 356, 359, 362, 363, 367n8, 594
Barnard, C. 130, 171, 474, 511, 744, 745–7, 748–50, 756n8
baroque style in theory 719
Barratt, E. 24
Barthes, R. 108
‘Bastard Keynesianism’ 449, 461
Rawlsianism
Battilana, J. 54
Baumol, W. 451
Beauvoir, S. de 611
Beck, U. 374–5, 376, 377, 378, 380, 382–4, 385, 386, 387
Becker, G. 395, 510
Becker, K.H. 150
Behavior in Public Places (Goffman) 276, 294n7
behavioral decision theory 3
behavioral studies 26
Behrend, H. 572
beliefs/belief systems 188, 204–5, 279, 320, 353
Bell, D. 261
Bendix, R. 233
Benjamin, J. 620
Benjamin, W. 694
Bennett, M. 173
Benson, J.K. 547, 549
Berger, M.A. 493, 497, 499
Berger, P. 207, 611
Berlin, I. 451
Bernstein, B. 600–1
Best American Short Stories 302
Between Facts and Norms (Habermas) 167
Between Naturalism and Religion (Habermas) 168
Beyer, J.M. 361–2, 367n8
Beynon, H. 573–4
Beyond a Boundary (James) 668
Bhabha, H. 662–3, 665, 667–8
Bhaskar, R. 591, 595
Bhaskar, R. and critical realism 182–215
aetiology 195–6, 203, 208–10
agency and structure 197–8, 203, 206–7
agential realism 206
critical realism 187–93, 214
critical realist ontology 190, 191–3t
empirical realism 186, 190, 211
empirical realist ontology 182, 190, 191–3t, 193–8
empirical relativism 207
epistemic relativism 185, 186, 208
epistemology 186, 194–5, 200, 207–8
event regularities and open and closed systems 207
explanation 196–7, 202, 208–10
flat ontology 194t
genealogy 201
idealist ontology 182, 190, 191–3t, 198–203
idealists/idealism 185–6, 189–90, 198, 201–3, 206, 208, 211–13
interpretivism 183, 184–5, 186
judgemental relativism 186, 207–8
lay agents 199
methodology 195, 201–2, 210
mode of inference 195, 210
objective 197, 202, 208–10
ontology exhausted entirely by discourse associated with idealism 201, 212–13
ontology of observed, atomistic events associated with positivism 211–12
ontology of stratified, emergent and transformational entities 203–11, 205t, 214
positivists/positivism 183, 184, 186, 195, 197, 198, 203, 206, 208, 211–12
postmodernism 183, 185, 189–90
prediction 196–7, 203, 208–10
quantification 197
realists/realism 186, 189–90, 213
relational ontology 206 (p. 762)
relational realism 206
relativism 185, 200
research techniques 197, 201–2
social scientists 199
structural determinism 183, 184, 207
structural functionalism 183, 184, 186, 206
technique 210
theory 197, 203, 210–11
Bion, W.R. 748
Birth of the Clinic, The (Foucault) 31n3
Bisel, R.S. 432
Bittner, E. 282, 300
black feminism 615, 622
Black Skin, White Masks (Fanon) 667
Black-Scholes formula 519
blame attribution 374, 378
Block, W. 460
Blok, A. 102n2
Blokker, P. 73
Blomberg, J. 628
Bloor, D. 120n3
Blumer, H. 268, 272, 489
Boltanski, L. 54, 64, 65, 66, 67–8, 69–70, 72–3, 74, 75–7, 78, 80–1, 82, 83n1, 83n10, 514, 728–9
Bolton, S. 405–6
Bossidy, L. 409n3
Bossuet, J.-B. 72
Bottomore, T. 553, 554
boundaries 146, 213, 214
of an organization 272, 324
of the field 43
of the firm 480–1
hierarchical 333–4, 337–40
horizontal 335–7
vertical 333–5
bounded rationality 320, 473, 482
Bourdieu, P. 6, 39–60, 65, 66, 69, 70, 78, 80, 81, 592, 595, 597, 600
capital 43–6
conceptual framework and thinking tools 40–9
dramaturgy 288
ethnomethodology 303
fields 42–3
habitus 46–7
institutional fields and logic 52–5
practice 47–9
practice and strategy as practice 57–9
social capital and networks 55–7
Bourdieu School 69, 83n1
Bouty, I. 59
Bowring, M.A. 634
Boyer, R. 225–6, 227, 228, 233
Braidotti, R. 643
Braverman, H. 574–5, 590
‘Breaking Down the Organization’ (Callon and Vignole) 110
‘Bright Satanic Offices’ (Baldry) 689
British industrial sociology 561–82
anthropology of the industrial workplace (1955-80) 572–4
character and contribution of 579–81
development 563–79
early applied research (1946-60) 562, 565–7
labour process theory (LPT) (1980-) 562, 574–9
new sociology of industrial life (1960-90) 562, 564, 568–71
radical criticism (1980 onwards) 574–9
British Marxism 588
British socialism 252
‘Brothers’ (Cockburn) 576
Brown, A.D. 362
Brown, J. 599
Brown, J.L. 365
Brown, R.K. 570
Brown, S. 102n11
Brown, W. 511, 751–4
Browning, L.D. 429–30, 437
Bruni, A. 96
Brunsson, N. 501
Bryant, L. 627
Bryson, N. 739
Budgen, S. 79, 80
Bühler, K. 161
Bull, M. 542
Burawoy, M. 712, 728
bureaucracy 311, 325, 488
legal-rational 487
as a rule (contract) governed system 328
and spatial practices 686–7, 689
Weberian 339
(p. 763)
bureaucratic organizations 490
bureaucratic processes 312
bureaucratic regulations 311–12
bureaucratic rule, hierarchies of 487
bureaucratic systems 311–12
bureaucratization 19, 249, 501
Burkart, R. 170
Burke, K. 266
Burrell, G. 22, 171, 184, 188, 548, 685, 713
Burt, R. 514
business cycles 469–70
business ethics 173–4
business school ethicists and bastard Rawlsianism 447–63
Bastardized Keynes precedent 461–3
difference principle 451–6
intellectual development of Rawls 450–1
Rawls in the business school 456–61
Butler, J. 631–2, 634–5
cadres 66–9, 83n3
Cairns, D. 302
Calás, M. 670
calculation 27, 380, 491, 517, 523–5
anthropology of 113–16
economic 26
calculative devices 519–20
calculative practices 30, 526
calculative technologies 26
calculative thinking 19
calculativeness and calculating equipment 119
Caliskan, K. 521
Callinicos, A. 591
Callon, M. 64, 71, 93–4, 97, 102n8, 106–20, 511–12, 516, 517, 518–19, 520, 521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527n5, 528n6
Cameron, A. 696–7
Campbell, J.L. 496
Camus, A. 664
Can the Subaltern Speak? (Spivak) 669
Canada 27, 53
Canguilhelm, G. 40
capital 17
access to 45
and Bourdieu 42, 43–6, 47, 50, 52, 53, 58–9
bridging 56
cultural 44, 45, 53, 55
economic 44, 45, 50, 53
efficacy of 45
endowment (volume and structure) 45
of the field 54
finance 556
global 665
goods, multiple specificity of 475
human 55, 56
physical 45
role of 54
social 44, 45, 55–7, 327–8, 330
social justification of 75
specificity 474
structure or composition 44, 469
symbolic 44–5, 51, 56
unequal distribution of 41
volume and composition 43, 53
willingness to increase or conserve 45
capitalism 17, 83n6, 220–39, 578
administered 542
advanced 541, 543
American 224, 225–6, 234, 238, 534, 729
capitalist diversity 231–9
commodity 540
comparative capitalisms 237–9
competitive 224
contemporary 77
critical theory 535–6, 538–9, 541, 542, 553–4
disembedding 223
divergent 234
economic justification for 75
entrepreneurial 729
and feminist theory 622
first spirit of (emancipation for the burden of domestic ties) 74
Germany 225, 226, 228, 232–3, 237
global 457, 555, 672
industrial relations, comparative 233–4
international 251
Japan 220, 225, 226, 231–2, 237
market-oriented 225
meso-corporatist 225
monopoly 537
national forms of 230
neo- 697
new ‘spirit of capitalism’ 74–8
Polanyi and the double movement 221–30
post-war 224
second spirit of (corporate-managerialist period) 74
social democratic 225
and social institutions relationship 223
societal effects approach 232–3
socio-cultural system 541
and spatial practices 692, 697
struggle 74
test 74
third spirit of (projective-network capitalism) 74
three-stage periodization 74
varieties of capitalism (VOC) approach 221, 231, 233, 237, 239
welfare state 454
Whitley and national business systems approach 234–7
Carnegie Foundation 714
Carnegie Institute of Technology 715–16
Carnegie model 712, 717, 731n1
Carnegie School 415, 511, 727
Carter, C. 21
Carter, I. 588
Carter, P. 211, 213
Casey, C. 552
casuistry 750–4
causal multiplication 18, 20, 25, 27, 29
causality 196, 197, 203
Humean 196
reversal 198
thick 209
Cavendish, R. 576
Celikates, R. 69
Central Problems of Social Theory (Giddens) 588
central value system 303–4
Chakrabarty, D. 671
Challenger space shuttle 377
Chandler, A.D. 235, 336
Chatterjee, P. 675–6
Chiapello, E. 74, 75–7, 78, 80, 83n10, 514, 728
Chile 640
China 6, 7, 668, 678, 696
capitalism 220, 227
family business 235
Chodorow, N. 620
Chouliaraki, L. 418, 668
Chutz, A. 304
Cicourel, A. 97, 301
‘Circulating Reference’ (Latour) 93–4
cités 71, 75–6, 77–8, 83n8
civil rights movement 491, 493
Civilization and its Discontents (Freud) 544
Cixous, H. 634
Clark, C. 313
clash of civilizations argument 666
class 66–9, 588
and Bourdieu 42, 46, 53
British industrial sociology 568, 569, 571, 576
categories and collective action 68
and classification 39
conflict 491, 537, 576
consciousness 41, 257, 536
critical theory 553, 555
economic 674
and emotional labour 401
habitus 47
inequality 393
middle classes 253–6, 261
service 68
structure 536
working class 490, 570
classic management theory 739
classic organization theory 138, 737–8, 739–40, 743–4, 751, 755n2
classification 59, 71, 79, 100, 690
Clegg, S.R. 22, 190, 436, 437
Clemens, E.S. 493
Cloward, R. 489
co-determination 331, 332
Coase, R. 472–3, 480–1
Cochoy, F. 517, 520–1, 523
Cockburn, C. 576
codes 308, 355, 356
Cohen, L. 634
Cohen, M.D. 13 (p. 765)
Cole, G.D.H. 252–3
Coleman, J. 55, 56, 479
Coleman, J.S. 232–4, 319–21, 324, 341n5
collective behaviour 284, 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 496, 497, 498
collective emotion work 397
collective memory 272
collective rationality 500
Collier, A. 183
colonialism 660–1, 664, 668, 670, 678
neo- 660, 663, 664, 668
commitment 229, 230, 331, 333, 340
Committee for Economic Development 462
Committee on Social Thought 470
commodification 397, 398–9, 402–3, 698
commodities 540
exchange 535
commodity capitalism 540
commodity fetishism 397, 538
common good 70–2
common purpose 745–7
communication 159, 279, 428, 492
acceptance or rejection of meaning of 134
autopoietic 149
channels 141
and feminist theory 628
flows 428–9
functions 431
Habermas on 169–70
organizational 160, 170
as purely social category 133–5
systems, organizations as 145
technologies 501
communication-as-constitutive-of-organizations (CCO) approach 145, 428, 430, 431, 434, 436
communicative action theory 160, 162–4, 165, 170
communicative rationality 160–2, 166, 550
communicative understanding 164
Communist Manifesto (Marx & Engels) 553
comparative analysis 578, 579
competence model 70
complexity reduction and absorption 129, 130–1
comprehensibility (utterance) 161
‘Concept of Organisation, The’ (Bittner) 300
conceptualization of organizations 131, 132
‘Conditions of Successful Degradation Ceremonies’ (Garfinkel) 302
conflationism 592
conflict 351, 494, 499, 500, 579
conglomerates 336
Connell, C. 635
consciousness 536, 539, 540
false 69, 542
practical 588–9
consciousness-building 488
consensus-oriented public relations (COPR) approach 170
consequences, unanticipated 273
consequentialists 457
Constitution of Society, The (Giddens) 588, 590
constructionism, social 189, 359, 741
constructivism 366n6, 378, 741
consumer society critique 541–4
Contemporary Critique of Historical Materialism (Giddens) 588
contestation 494–5, 497, 501
context 418–19
context-sensitive approaches 416
contextual issues of theory 726–7
contextual nature of meaning 277
contextualism 594
contextualization 729
contingency theory 3, 5, 231, 492, 747
contracts 324–6
complete 333, 334
concept 325
cost plus 335, 343n17
employment 325
fixed cost 335, 343n17
incomplete 325, 327, 329, 330, 334, 338, 341
information 325
market 325
simple contracting schema 473
social contracting 457
control 378, 551, 694
rational choice theory 318, 326, 328–41, 343n16, 343n19
spans of 325–6, 337–8, 339
strategic 148
(p. 766)
convention school 515
conventions 322, 323
conversation analysis (CA) 308–9, 312, 628
Cooke, B. 667
Coole, D. 642
Cooper, R. 436
cooperation 230, 499
cooperative equilibrium 342n13
cooperative game 341n1
cooperative systems 746–7
coordinated actions 433
coordinated market economies (CME) 228–30
coordination 112, 164, 230, 473, 501
activity 428–30, 431
function 163, 166
game 330
horizontal 288
intertemporal 469
mechanisms 165, 236, 318, 326, 342n9, 476–7, 478
political 167
problem 470
process 225
rational choice theory 327–41, 343n16
requirements 478
vertical 288
Cooren, F. 425–6, 427
coorientation 425, 432
corporate citizenship 174–5, 676
corporate governance 228, 234
corporate political activity (CPA) study 174
corporate social responsibility (CSR) 175, 673, 676
corporatism 233
corporatist bargaining 229, 230
Coser, L.A. 307
cosmos 472
Covaleski, M.A. 23
covering law method 195
craftsmanship 255–6, 263
Crane, A. 175
Crang, M. 700
Crenshaw, K. 674–5
critical discourse analysis (CDA) 417, 418–19
Critical Management Studies (Alvesson) 550
critical management studies (CMS) 5, 31n6, 172, 546–52, 579–80, 722, 736–7, 743
critical management theory (CMT) 65
Critical Perspectives on Work 577
critical realism 24, 420, 587, 591–2, 601, 602
see also Bhaskar
critical sociology 66, 69, 70, 81
critical theory 66, 69, 78, 158–9, 534–57
analytical foundations 540–1
consumer society critique 541–4
critical management studies 546–52
Frankfurt School and criticisms of critical theory 552–5
Freud and the search for a critical standpoint 544–6
Lukáks 438–9
Marxian inheritance 535–6
rise of 536–8
theoretical and epistemological foundations 126
critical transnationalism 661–2, 672–5
criticism or revelation, operation of 71–2
Crittenden, K.S. 299
Crotty, M. 359
Crouch, C. 221, 233
crowd theory 488–9, 491, 500
Cruikshank, B. 645
cultural analysis 347, 349
cultural artefacts 347–8
cultural capital 44, 45, 53, 55
cultural change 499
cultural characteristics 232
cultural consumption and taste 39
cultural evolution theory 471
cultural factors 340
cultural feminism 616, 620, 623
cultural fields 51
cultural framings 492
cultural homogeneity 257
cultural mechanisms 330–1, 492–3
cultural mode of analysis 356
cultural norms 703
cultural perspective 281
cultural practices 492
cultural production, relations of 42
cultural theory and risk society 371
cultural turn 741 (p. 767)
cultural values 378
‘Culture: The Missing Concept in Organization Studies’ (Schein) 275
culture 51, 492, 500, 539, 540
critical role of 42
and everyday life 539
fragmented perspective 363–4
Geertz and interpretation 346, 352–3, 354, 355, 357, 360
hierarchical 374
industry 542
and organization (terms defined) 357–9
private 361
public 361
redefined 347–52
and risk 373–5
‘second wave’ of organizational culture studies 359–65
and structure, decoupling of 360–1
unitary notions of 363–4
see also entries under cultural
Culture and Imperialism (Said) 679n1
Cuncliffe, A. 692–3
Cunnison, S. 572–3
Czarniawska-Joerges, B. 106, 202, 267, 363, 365
Dacin, M. 53, 360
Dale, K. 685
Dalton, M. 267
Davies, A. 634
Davis, G. 728–9
Davis, G.F. 493–4, 497
Davis, J. 712
De la justification. Les économies de grandeur (Boltanski and
Thévenot) 69, 78
de-differentiating stage 514, 516
deadlines 128, 129–30
Debating Organisations: Point-Counterpoint in Organisation Studies
(Westwood & Clegg) 190
decentralization 339, 476, 482
decentring the subject 206–7
decisions/decision making 138–41, 142, 144, 375–6, 415, 467, 752
and risk 375–6
decolonization 663
deconstruction 187, 201, 202, 629–35, 741
decontextualization 426
decoupling 516, 517
‘Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight’ (Geertz) 350, 351–2
Deetz, S. 188, 202
deference 570–1
definitions of organizations 211–14, 281–2
deinstitutionalization of practices 597
delegation 480–1, 482
Deleuze, G. 18, 116, 631, 669
democracy/democratic institutions 55, 159–60, 167–9, 174, 175, 252, 331–3, 461
Denhardt, R.B. 356
Denmark 226, 237
density dependence model 493
Denzin, N. 261, 274–5
deparadoxification 139–40
Derrida, J. 212, 630–1, 742
deskilling hypothesis 590
determinism 49
biological 619
structural 183, 184, 207
deterritorialization 673, 698
Deutsch, F. 622
deviation 83n12, 143, 144
devices 516–21
Dewey, J. 82, 251, 252, 258, 262, 447, 525, 755n1
D’Héricourt, J. 609
dialectic of enlightenment 372, 542–3
Dialectic of Enlightenment (Adorno & Horkheimer) 545
Diaz-Bone, R. 83n1
Dienstklasse 68
difference 41
and feminist theory 614, 617, 623
principle 448, 451–6, 458, 459–60
differentiation 41, 43
functional 136
into centre and periphery 136
micro- 21
segmentary 136
stratificatory 136
diffusion 94
models 493
DiMaggio, P. 49, 52–3, 55, 59, 597 (p. 768)
Dinnerstein, D. 619
discipline 12, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 311
feminist theory 634
Discipline and Punish (Foucault) 18, 23, 26, 31n3, 690
discourse 162, 188, 205
analysis 22, 418
ethics 160, 165–7, 170, 172, 175
localized 417
micro- 425, 428, 431
principle 165–6
rules 162
theorists 189–90
universal or global 417
discourse and communication 414–38
agency 427–8, 431
communication 420–2
communication as constitutive of organization (CCO) 424–33
conception of the organization 425–6, 429–30
critiques of communication as constitutive of organization (CCO)
theorizing 432–3
critiques of organizational discourse scholarship 418–20
discourse 416–20
(dis)organization 435–7
distinction between 422–3
Four Flows approach (McPhee) 428–33, 435, 437, 438
grand discourse approach 417
implications 434–7
interrelation 423–4
levels of analysis in discourse studies 417–18
mega-discourse approach 417
meso-discourse approach 417
micro-discourse approach 417
micro-macro relationship 426–7, 430–1
Montreal School 425–8
sociomateriality 434–5
discretion 325, 329–30, 333–4, 338–41, 752
consequential 327
delegation of 478
discursive activities 212–13
discursive turn 741
(dis)organization 435–8
disembedding 516
displacement 14, 17, 19, 77
display rules 396, 402
dispositions 46–7, 50, 51, 59
distinction 42, 43
Distinction (Bourdieu) 41
Ditton, J. 267
diversity 7
management 666
Divided West, The (Habermas) 168
division of labour 65, 324–5, 333, 338–9, 644–5, 698
Djelic, M.-L. 716
domain 3, 205t
‘Dominance without Hegemony and its Historiography’ (Guha) 671
domination 12, 21, 51, 69, 70, 81, 100, 589
and critical theory 539, 542, 545
and feminist theory 610, 633
ideological 544
Donaldson, L. 196, 211, 212
Donaldson, T. 458, 459
Dore, R. 231–2
Doubt, K. 300–1, 302
Douglas, M. 372, 373–4, 375, 376, 378, 380–1, 382–3, 386, 387, 600
doxa 42–3, 54, 59
dramaturgy see Goffman
Dreyfus, H.L. 19
du Gay, P. 417, 511
Dubner, S.J. 527n1
Duguid, P. 599
Duncan, P 756n5
Dunfee, T.W. 458, 459
Durkheim, E. 40, 67, 70, 71, 79, 268, 269, 284, 293n1, 303, 306, 313, 324, 393, 394, 395, 396–7, 402–3, 489, 568
Eagleton, T. 635, 636
Echtner, C. 666–7
ecological modernization theory 669
‘Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness’
(Granovetter) 511–12
economic calculation 26 (p. 769)
economic capital 44, 45, 50, 53
economic class 674
economic cognition 119
economic fairness 448
economic fields 50, 51
economic imperialism 510
Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts (Marx) 255
Economic Policy Institute 455
economic profitability 75
economic rationality 549
economic sociology 18
economic structure 571
economic system 164
economics, institutional 227
‘Economics and Knowledge’ (Hayek) 473
économie des convention, l’ 65
economies of scale 338
economies of scope 335–6, 339
economism 49
economy of convention 64–5, 69, 70, 81, 82–3
economy, model of 50
economy of practices 52
‘Economy of Qualities’ (Callon) 520
economy of worth 82
education 39, 40, 42, 258–9
Edwards, R. 389, 576
efficiency 56, 548
effort bargain 572–3, 575
egalitarianism 460
Ehrenrich, B. 730
Eisenstein, H. 639
Elden, S. 30
Eldridge, J. 571, 577
Elementary Forms of Religious Life, The (Durkheim) 284
elites 57, 260, 501
Ely, R.J. 625
emancipation 12, 21
emancipatory critique 171, 172
emancipatory role 60
embedded turn 512–14
embeddedness 516, 517, 617
of capitalism 223
paradox 514
embodied character of work 312–13
embodiment 617, 635
emergence, surfaces of 13, 29
Emerson, R.W. 262
Emirbayer, M. 60
Emotion Management in the Workplace (Bolton) 405–7
‘Emotion in Organizations’ (Finemann) 404–5
emotional contagion 500
‘Emotional Labour of Nursing, The’ (Smith) 403–4
empirical intimacy 727
empirical movement research 495
empirical neglect in theory 718–19
empirical realism/ontology 182, 186, 190, 191–3t, 193–8, 211
empirical relativism 207
empirical research 40, 150, 554
empirical studies 521
empiricism 519–20, 741
emplacement:
of risk objects 384
and space 685
employers’ associations 229, 237
enactment (and space) 685
enchantment (and space) 685, 692–5
enclosure (and space) 690
enclosure of the commons 697–8
Encounters (Goffman) 276, 294n7
Engels, F. 553
entity (definition) 204
entrepreneurship 481–2
entropy, negative 718
environmental/organizational relations 496–7, 499
episodes, concept of 149, 428, 430–1
episteme 724
epistemic fallacy 186, 199
epistemology 160, 171–2, 354–7, 383
Bhaskar and critical realism 186, 192t, 194–5, 200, 207–8
equality of opportunity principle 460
equilibrium:
general 332, 343n14
Nash 329, 331, 341n1, 342n9
Pareto 337, 343n14
ergonography 102n3 (p. 770)
Eros and Civilization (Marcuse) 544
Escobar, A. 663
Espeland, W. 525
essentialism 621, 631, 665, 666, 669–70
estrangement, varieties of 402–3
ethics/ethical 23, 176n1, 724, 730
business 173–4
of care 620, 623–4
claims 173
dimensions 24, 172–4
implications 719–20
of justice 621
and morality 160
questions 725
reasoning 166–7, 173–4
of responsibility and conviction distinction 76
universal 173
values 167
work 544
discourse ethics
ethnology 102n7
‘Ethnomethodology: The Re-Enchantment Industry of The Californian
Way of Subjectivity’ (Gellner) 307
Eurocentrism 664, 665, 669
Europe 4, 6, 21, 78, 343n16
capitalism 220, 227, 232, 233, 534
critical theory 536, 541
ethnomethodology 313
femininst theory 624
imperialism 660–1
new economic sociology 511, 526
social movement theory 489, 490, 491, 502n2
spatial practices 695–6
European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) conference 101
European Journal of Social Theory 78
Evan, W. 458, 459
event regularities 194–7
evolutionary change 138
evolutionary functions 143
evolutionary game theory 320, 330, 341n2, 342n12
Ewald, F. 380
existentialism 40
expectations 55, 130, 135, 375
explanation 193t, 196–7, 202, 208–10
expression games 269
externalities 115, 120n6, 342n9
Eymard-Duvernay, F. 524
Fairclough, N. 83n10, 417, 418–19, 602, 668
false consciousness 69, 542
Fanon, F. 667
fascism 537, 541
Faulkner, W. 302
feeling rules 396, 402, 406–7
Feldman, M.S. 58, 595, 596
felicity condition 290
‘Felicity’s Condition’ (Goffman) 277
femininity 615, 622
feminism 605–45
activist 611
alternative organizations 618
black 615, 622
classical 607
corporeal 631–2, 635, 643
cultural 616, 620, 623
deconstruction and embodiment 629–35
First and Third World theorizing 637–8
first wave 607, 608, 609–11, 614
fourth wave 636
gender-cultural 620–1, 623
in/as social theory 608–13
knowledge, gendering of 629–32
management, women in 616–18
Marxist 621, 640
neo-liberalist critiques 639–41, 642
otherness 629–35
post-feminist movement 636–44
postcolonial 637
postmodern 629–31, 636–7
poststructuralist 629–31, 632–5, 636–7, 643
psychoanalytic 619–20, 621, 623–4
radical 615–16, 618, 619, 637
radical cultural 620, 623 (p. 771)
second wave 607, 611–13, 614, 616, 636
socialist 621, 622, 624–9, 630, 640
third wave 636
transnational 622, 637–9, 642
Western 637
who/what is the subject of feminism 629–32
fetishization 535
fields 48, 51, 56, 58–9, 70, 527n4
artistic 43
Bourdieu on 42–3
broad 42
cultural 42, 51
economic 42, 50, 51
and habitus 47–8
homogenization 50
homologous 43
institutional 52–5
positions 45, 53
of practices 58
social 47, 52
social agents with 42
specific 42
strategic action 493, 497, 501
structure 45
Finemann, P. 404–5
Finland 626
Finlayson, J.G. 159
Firestone, S. 619
Firsirotu, M.E. 355, 358, 360, 366n5
first tentative statement (Rawls) 453–4
First World War 536–7
Fish, S. 743
Flaubert, G. 87
Fleetwood, S. 419
Fleming, P. 551, 688
Fligstein, N.J. 79, 234, 493, 494, 497, 501, 511
Flyvbjerg, B. 723–4
folk theorem 331, 342n13
For Space (Massey) 700
Ford Foundation 714
Ford, H. 691
Fordism 224, 225–6, 227, 229, 232, 691–2
Fordist-Keynesian spatio-temporal fix 702
formal organizations 222, 282–3, 285, 487–8, 490
formalization 100, 339
Forms of Talk (Goffman) 276, 277, 278
fortune ( fortuna) 76–7
Foss, N.J. 481–2
Foucault, M. 6, 11–31, 210, 288, 371, 381–3, 384–5, 386, 387–8, 551, 631, 634, 640, 664, 669, 690, 742
Foucault effect 12, 20–5, 28, 29
governing and calculating 25–7
method, questions of 12–20
Four Flows approach 431–3, 435, 437, 438
Fox, A. 571, 696
Frame Analysis (Goffman) 270, 274, 276, 277, 278, 294n7
frame-breaking 288
frames/framing 267, 277, 350, 378, 379, 495, 518
cultural 492
device 380
of human cognition 114
metaphor 266
framework generality 274
Frameworks of Power (Clegg) 22
‘framing and overflowing’ (Callon) 115
France 6, 57, 73, 716
capitalism 225, 232–3, 236
see also entries under French
Francis Report 400, 408
Frandsen, A.-C. 96
Frankfurt School 19, 126
critical theory 534–5, 537–40, 544–5, 547–56
Habermas and organization theory 158, 171
Fraser, N. 556, 640
Freakonomics (Levitt & Dubner) 527n1
free riding 328, 333
Freeman, E. 456
Freeman, R.E. 458, 459
French cadres 66
French class politics and employment relations 68
French Conseil d’État ethnography 89
French education system 40, 42
French institutional theory 83n2
French pragmatic sociology 64–5, 82
French regulation school 111, 221
French regulation theory 118, 224–7, 233 (p. 772)
Frenkel, M. 668
Freud, S. 313, 544–6, 619, 620, 631
Friedan, B. 614, 619
Friedland, R. 52, 352
Friedman, A. 575
Fromm, E. 537, 545
Frost, S. 642
Fryer, R.H. 570
functionalism 128–30
sociological 126
structural 145, 183, 184, 186, 206, 302
Functions of the Executive, The (Barnard) 745
fundamental inability (ontology) 198, 200, 201
game theory 340, 341n1
evolutionary 320, 330, 341n2, 342n12
rational 277, 279
repeated 331
Gamson, W.A. 489
garbage can model of organizational choice 13
Garcia-Parpet, M.-F. 519
Garfinkel, H. 6, 267, 269, 289
Garfinkel, H. and ethnomethodology 299–314
approaching organization studies ethnomethodologically 311–13
association with Parsons 302–4
biographical and intellectual contexts 300–4
immediate reception of ethnomethodology 305–7
pre-Harvard (1947) 301–2
varieties: specialization and institutionalization 307–9
work and organization 309–10
Garnham, N. 59
Gatens, M. 643
Geertz, C. and interpretive approach 346–67
Balinese cockfight as exemplar 351–2
culture and organization (terms defined) 357–9
culture redefined 347–52
institutional theory and decoupling of culture and structure 360–1
interpretive science 349–51
interpretivist approach 353–4
invoking Geertz in organization studies 352–65
methodology of organizational culture 361–2
postmodern critique 363–5
‘second wave’ of organizational culture studies 359–65
thick description: object of cultural analysis 348–9
variable studies/interpretive studies distinction: epistemology
importance 354–7
Gellner, E. 307
gender:
conceptualizations 613–14
differences 609
dynamics 621
and emotional labour 401
equality/inequality 393, 396, 687
justice 614–15
neutrality 612
reflexivity 626–7
relations 576
structuring 617, 626
trouble 635
see also feminism
Gender Advertisements (Goffman) 277
Gender and Society 621
Gender, Work and Organization 634
gender-cultural feminism 620–1, 623
gendered organizations 625
genealogy 22, 24, 26, 202
general equilibrium 332, 343n14
General Theory (Keynes) 469
generalized symmetry principle 111
‘Genesis of Accountability, The’ (Hoskin and Macve) 26–7
Gerhards, J. 500
German Marxism 253
German-speaking countries 144, 145
Germany 6, 68, 78, 536
Bürolandschaft 686–7, 690
capitalism 225, 226, 228, 232–3, 237
co-determination 332
ethnomethodology 313
fascism 541
‘mittelstrand’ debates 254
Nazism 251
socialist party (SPD) 253, 254
works councils 230
Gerth, H. 253
Gherardi, S. 627
Ghoshal, S. 719–20
Giddens, A. 141, 207, 303, 383–4, 428, 431
Giddens, A. and structuration theory 587–602
criticism 591–3
information systems 597–600
routines 596–7
strategy as practice 595
structuration in context 588–91
structures and modalities 589t
Gilbert, D.U. 173
Gilligan, C. 620–1, 624
Gingerich ??? 230
Girls, Wives and Factory Lives (Pollert) 576
‘Giving of Orders, The’ (Parker Follett) 751
global financial crisis 377, 384, 720
global institutions 498
global scope of movements 501
Global Trends 2020: Alternative Worlds (US National Intelligence
Council) 678
Global Woman (Hochschild) 396
globalization 13, 607, 660, 673, 674
goal-setting 55, 128–9, 141, 303
Goffman, E. 6, 394, 396–7
Goffman, E. and dramaturgy 266–94
career crucibles, organizations as 289
critiques 274–5
dramaturgical perspective 270–3, 281
dramaturgical space 272
honour and status based on reciprocal processes 291–2
inferences and social objects of organizational analysis 284–92
material constraints, double coded 291
narrower focus on organizations 281–4
organization speaks to itself, the 287
organizational action 285–6
power in organizations 288–9
progenitors of Goffman 268–9
rules and records 286–7
sociology of Goffman: overview 275–80
theoretical background 269–73
trust in organizations and action 290–1
‘Gold Is Not Always’ (Faulkner) 302
Goldthorpe, J. 68
Gomberg-Munoz, R. 676
Gomez, M.-L. 59
‘Good Organisational Reasons for Bad Organisational Records’
(Garfinkel & Bittner) 300
Gordon, C. 19
Gouldner, A.W. 280, 293n1
governance 237–9
governmentality/government 13, 15–16, 22–7, 29, 383, 640, 675–6
Graduate School of Industrial Administration (GSIA) 715–16
Grafton-Small, R. 363, 364, 367n7
Gramsci, A. 542, 671
Granovetter, M. 510, 511–14, 515, 516
grassroots mobilization 500, 501
Great Transformation, The (Polanyi) 223
Green, D.P. 321
Greenwood, R. 211
Gregory, K.L. 361, 367n8, 367n9
Greimas, A. 97–8
Grey, C. 23, 719
grid-group model 374, 375, 378
group/groups 41
cohesive 514
formation 69
performance 328
selection 341n2
solidarity 488
Grünberg, C. 537
Grundrisse (Marx) 673
Guattari, F. 116, 631
Guba, E. 188
Guha, R. 670, 671
guild socialism 252, 262–3
Guillemin, R. 88
Guillen, M.F. 221, 233
Günther, K. 167
Gurwitch, A. 302, 308 (p. 774)
Habermas, J. 6, 71, 125, 126, 127, 147, 158–76, 303, 550–1
communication 169–70
deliberative democracy theory: democratic order in a globalized
world 167–9
discourse ethics: moral action and critique 165–7
epistemological dimension of organization studies 171–2
ethical dimension of organization studies 172–4
life and work 158–60
political dimension of organization studies 174–5
theory of society: communicative action theory and systems theory 162–4
universal pragmatics: philosophy of language and communicative
rationality 160–2
Habilitationsschrift (Habermas) 159
habitus 70, 592–3, 601
and Bourdieu 39, 43, 46–51, 53, 55, 58–9
shared 58
Hacking, I. 13, 29, 372, 375, 379, 384
Hadot, P. 742
Hall 230
Hall, P.A. 225, 227–8, 236
Hallett, T. 293n1
Hambrick, D. 719
Hampshire, S. 451
Hancock, P. 635, 694
happiness 393, 395–6, 400, 552
Haraway, D.J. 630, 643
Harding, S. 612
Hardt, M. 676
Hardy, C. 53
Harman, G. 102n2
Harris, J. 448, 459, 460
Hart, C.M.W. 268
Hart, H.L.A. 451
Hartsock, N. 641
Harvey, C. 57
Harvey, D. 641, 691
Hassard, J. 553, 556
Hatch, M.J. 692–3
Hawthorne experiments 328
Hayek, F.A. von 467–83
career and thought 469–72
dispersed knowledge 477–9
dispersed knowledge as driver of changing organizations 480–1
early work on business cycles 469–70
knowledge and organization 475–7
new institutional economics: Coase and Williamson 472–5
resource heterogeneity and entrepreneurship 481–2
trans-disciplinary work 470–2
Hearn, J. 622
Heath, C. 313
Hegel, G.W.F. 449
hegemony 395, 671–2
Held, D. 159
Hemingway, E. 268
Hennig, M. 623
Hennis, W. 19, 738, 755n2
Hepburn, A. 312
hermeneutics 66, 209, 360, 365, 742
heterodox economics 3, 65
heterotopia 634
Hewitt, J. 668
Hiatt, S.R. 498–9
Hickson, D.J. 231
hierarchical contract/rule-bound bureaucracy 336–7
hierarchy/hierarchical relationships 51, 233, 325–9, 331, 337–8, 488, 490
Hilgartner, S. 371, 383–4
Hill, J. 299
Hindess, B. 260
Hindmarsh, J. 313
Hinings, B. 211
Hirschman, A. 83n6
Hirvonen, H. 626
History and Class Consciousness (Lukács) 538
History of the Present group 27
History of Sexuality (Foucault) 23, 31n3
Hobbes, T. 72, 97
Hobsbawm, E.J. 489
Hobson’s Choice 183
Hochschild, A.L. and emotion 393–410
articulating Marx, Durkheim and Goffman 396–7 (p. 775)
biography and context 394–6
Bolton, S.: ‘Emotion Management in the Workplace’ 405–6
emotion work 393, 397–401, 403–7
emotional intelligence 405
emotional labour 393–4, 397–8, 400, 403–8
emotional outsourcing 398–9
emotional skills 400
estrangement, varieties of 402–3
Finemann, P. on ‘Emotion in Organizations’ 404–5
guardedness 401–2
key terms 397–9
Smith, P. on ‘The Emotional Labour of Nursing’ 403–4
utility and happiness 393–4
Hodgson, D. 634
Hofbauer, J. 690
Holgersson, C. 626
holism 234, 568
Höllerer, M. 53
Hollingsworth, J.R. 233
homosociality 626
Honneth, A. 80
Hood, C. 378
Höpfl, H. 633–4
Hoppe, H.H. 460
Hopwood, A. 26, 29, 31n6, 697
Horkheimer, M. 158–9, 372, 537–8, 540, 541, 542, 543, 545–6, 547, 548, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556
Hoskin, K. 26–7
‘how’ type questions 12, 13, 28
Hsieh, N. 459, 460
Hughes, E.C. 268, 292
human accountability 27
human agency, continually reproduced or transformed outcome of 206
human consciousness 536
human essence 545
Human Relations 747
human resource management (HRM) 22–3, 328
human resource organizations (HROs) 376
humanism, liberal 644
Hume, D. 195, 379
Hunter, I. 722–3, 742, 755n4
Huntington, S. 666
Hussain, W. 459, 460
Husserl, E. 302, 355
Husso, M. 626
hybridity/hybidization 7, 90, 381–2, 435, 665, 667–8, 697
hysteresis 47
Iannucci, A. 689
ideal speech situation 71, 162
idealists/idealism 182, 185–6, 189–90, 191–3t, 198–203, 206, 208, 211–13
ideally real 204–5, 419
identity 7, 12, 55, 360, 497, 499, 548, 741–2
collective 495, 499
feminist theory 622, 628
imperialism 674
oppositional 495
organizational 147–8
social 331
identityscape 694
ideology 69, 539, 544, 617
imperialism 660–79
critical transnationalism 672–5
economic 510
hybridity 667–8
neo- 663
Orientalism 666–7
political society 675–7
postcolonialism 662–70
strategic essentialism 669–70
Subaltern Studies 670–2
In a Different Voice (Gilligan) 620
In Search of Excellence (Uttal) 353
In the Shadow of the Organization (Denhardt) 356
incentives 326–8
Inclusion of the Other, The (Habermas) 168
India 662–3, 668, 671, 674
individualism 206, 374, 375, 487–8
abstract 609
market 696
methodological 51, 323–4, 393, 403, 479
individuation 384–5
industrial relations, comparative 233–4 (p. 776)
industrial sociology 3
industrialism 220, 232
inequality 455, 500, 615, 617
structural 39, 617
inferences of organizational analysis 193t, 273, 284–92
information 269, 279
asymmetric/incomplete 325, 327, 329, 333, 339, 340, 478
contracts 325
cooperative relations 566
game, perfect and complete 329
sharing/revealing 327, 333
systems 133, 587, 593, 595, 597–600
innovation 82, 229, 230, 238, 499
innovators 76–7
Inquiry into Modes of Existence, An (Latour) 101
‘Insanity of Place, The’ (Goffman) 277
Institute for Social Research 253, 255, 546
institutional change 238–9
institutional economics 227
institutional factors 7
institutional fields 52–5
institutional logics 54
institutional orders 54, 237
institutional positioning 428–30, 433
institutional power 57
institutional settings 14
institutional tactics 499
institutional theories 83n2, 358, 360–1, 497
institutionalism 365
new 593, 600
institutionalization 303, 307–9
institutionalized values 304
instrumental reasoning 159, 323, 372
insurance organizations 379–80, 383
integration 164, 336, 337–8, 363
inter-organizational dependence networks 492
inter-organizational relations 290
interaction 136–8, 267, 269–70, 275, 277–9, 292, 308, 350
practical 171–2
situated 283
social 272
‘Interaction Order, The’ (Goffman) 277, 278
Interaction Ritual (Goffman) 276, 290, 294n7
interdependence 339, 424
interessement 111–12, 119
interest/illusio 50, 53
internal steering logic 163–4
International Journal of Actor Network Theory 118
international relations 455, 459
internationalization 5, 7
interpenetration 135, 137
interpretation 182
incompleteness 351
Interpretation of Cultures, The (Geertz) 346, 353, 354, 355, 366n1
interpretive turn 69
interpretivism 183, 184–5, 186
intersectionality 622, 625
intersubjective meaning structures 172
intertextuality 436
interwoven texts 416–17
intra-organizational political movements 493
Irigary, L. 630–1, 633
irrational models 323
irrelevance of theory 718
isomorphism 22
Italy 73, 226
Jack, G. 667
Jackall, R. 267
Jackson, N. 211, 213
Jacoby, J. 118
Jacoby, R. 259–60
James 262
James, C.L.R. 668
Japan:
capitalism 220, 225, 226, 231–2, 237
keiretsu 235
Jardim, A. 623
Jarzabkowski, P. 426
Jasoff, S. 372–3
Jasperson, J. 599–600
Jaworski, K. 627
Jeffcutt, P. 362
Jefferson, J. 308
Jensen, T.E. 102n2
Jessop, B. 702
Jian, G. 422–3
Johnson, V. 60
Jones, D. 378
Jones, M. 587, 593, 599
judgement 480–1, 523–4, 525, 751, 753, 754
judgemental relativism 186, 207–8
justice 71, 74, 83n10, 471, 620–1
‘Justice as Fairness’ (Rawls) 450
justification 70–1, 80
Justification and Application (Habermas) 165
Kalonaityte, V. 666
Kant, I. 165, 448
Kanter, R.M. 83n10, 617
Kark, R. 633
Karpik, L. 523, 524, 525, 526
Kärreman, D. 417, 418
Karsten, H. 587, 593, 599
Keating, C. 641
Keeley, M. 459, 461
Kellner, D. 553
Kellogg, K.C. 497
Kenworthy, L. 230
Kerr, C. 231
Kerr, R. 259
Keynes, J.M. 449, 469
Keynesianism 226
Americanized 449
Khurana, R. 720, 728, 729–30
King, B.G. 497, 555
Kirzner, I.M. 473, 478, 480, 482
Kitzinger, C. 628
Klein, M. 619
Klein, N. 730
Klein, P.G. 481–2
Knight, F. 379, 380, 381, 386, 480, 481–2
Knight, P. 186, 188
Knights, D. 23, 634–5
Knorr, K. 97
knowledge 468, 473, 482
agential 601
dispersed 467–8, 475, 476–9, 480–1, 482
distributed 479
economy 478
epistemology 197
gendering of 629–32
instrumental 171
management 22, 475
and organization 475–7
positive 742–3
and power 664
production 669
role of 470
status of 551
subjective and objective forms of 51
tacit or implicit 339, 467–8, 470, 473
utilization 470
valid 171
Knowledge and Human Interests (Habermas) 160, 171
Kohlberg, L. 620
Kornberger, M. 436, 626, 627
Korneliussen, T. 96
Kristeva, J. 633–4
Kuhn, T. 212, 432, 436
Kunda, G. 673–4
Labor and Monopoly Capital (Braverman) 574
Laboratory Life (Latour) 88–9
labour movement 250–3, 489, 490, 498
Labour Process Conference (later the international conference or
ILPC) 577
labour process theory (LPT) 555, 562–3, 565, 573, 574–80
labour theory of value 402
Lacan, J. 631, 667–8
Lachmann, L.M. 475, 481–2
Lafaye, C. 83n8
Lakatos, I. 322
Lamont, M. 65
Lane, C. 221, 233
language 12, 22, 135, 416, 428, 552
and feminist theory 628
functionalization 543–4
philosophy of (Habermas) 160–2
preferences 309
recursivity 170
use 161, 416
(p. 778)
Latin America 7
dependencia school 663
Latour, B. 64, 71, 87–102, 107, 108, 120n9, 422, 518, 522, 596
Aramis or The Love of Technology 91–3
European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) conference 101
Laboratory Life 88–9
Pandora’s Hope 93–6
Reassembling the Social 96–101
We Have Never Been Modern 89–91
Lave, J. 57
law as event regularity 195, 196
law as (genuine) tendency 208
Law, J. 96
Law of Peoples (Rawls) 451, 459
law of the situation 750–4
Lawrence, T.B. 623–4
Laws of the Markets, The (Callon) 113, 115, 511, 517, 518, 524, 527n5
Layder, D. 593
Lazarsfeld, P. 554
Le Corbusier 691
LeaderWorks Consultancy Family360.com 399
Lean In (Sandberg) 614
Lebensführung 19
LeBon, G. 488–9, 500
Lee, B.H. 499
Leeper, R.V. 170
Lefebvre, H. 684–5, 692, 697–8, 700–1, 703
legal/illegal code (legal system) 136, 137
legitimacy 173, 433
legitimation 74, 75, 78–9, 83n10, 589
Leibniz, G.W. 101
Lengermann, P.M. 610
Lévi-Strauss, C. 40
Levitt, S.D. 527n1
Lewis, B. 666
liberal feminism 614–15, 616–18, 619, 623, 636, 637
liberal humanism 644
liberal logic 110
liberal market economies (LME) 228–9
liberalism 15
lifeworld 163–4, 165, 347, 550, 727
Lifton, R. 291
Lincoln, Y. 188
Lineages of Political Society (Chatterjee) 675
linguistic forms 431
linguistic turn 414–15, 419, 434, 629, 643, 741
Linstead, S. 203, 211, 212, 213, 214, 363, 364, 367n7
Liverpool University group 565–7
Lloyd Warner, W. 268
Location of Culture, The (Bhabha) 667
Locke, J. 452
logic 42–3, 52–5, 371–2
of action 54
of difference 422, 436
of fields 47, 54
institutional 54
liberal 110
minimal logic rules 162
of reproduction 148
traditional 110
London Business School 716
London School of Economics (LSE) 472, 563
Lorber, J. 621–2
Lounsbury, M. 387
‘Love and Gold’ (Ehrenreich and Hochschild) 397
Lowenthal, L. 255
Loyola, I. 693
Luckmann, T. 207, 611
Luhmann, N. 6, 125–50, 164, 375–6, 381, 438n2
application and further development of approach 147–9
communication as purely social category 133–5
complexity reduction 130–1
conceptual debates and criticisms of approach 145–7
connecting decisions to decisions: uncertainty absorption 142
decision premises 140–1
decisions 138–40
early work 127–31
functionalism and method 128–30
international reception of works 145
operations 132–8
organizational change as evolutionary process 142–4 (p. 779)
social systems as autopoietic systems 132–3
social systems typology: society, interaction and organization 136–8
Lukáks, G. 438–9, 540, 542
Lupton, T. 565, 572
Lynch, M.E. 87, 302
Lyotard, J.-F. 212
McAdam, D. 493, 494, 497, 501
Macaulay, Lord T. 662–3, 667
McCarthy, J.D. 491, 498
McCarthy, T. 167
McCormack, T. 612
McFall, L. 512
McGuire, J.W. 460
Machiavelli, N. 76
Machiavellian Moment, The (Pocock) 76
machines à guérir, Les (Foucault) 17
McKenna, S. 668
MacKenzie, D. 519
McLaughlin, P. 669
Maclean, M. 57
McPhee, R.D. 428–32, 437, 438
Macve, R. 26–7
madness 17–18
Madness and Civilization (Foucault) 14, 31n3
Maguire, S. 53
Maitlis, S. 623–4
Making of a Class, The (‘groupe sociale’) 66, 68
Making of the English Working Class, The (Thompson) 670
Making Sense of Management (Alvesson) 550
Malaysia 677
Managed Heart: Commercialization of Human Feeling, The (Hochschild) 396, 397
management:
American 67
by objectives (MBO) 23
conduct and care of the self 23
diminishing returns to 473
knowledge 22
models 65
participative 571
science and business organizations 148
texts 74–8
theories 146, 148
women in 616–18
Managerial Woman, The (Hennig and Jardim) 623
Manchester Business School 716
Mann, M. 570
Manning, P.K. 267
March, J.G. 13, 138, 142, 322, 645
Marcoux, A. 458
Marcuse, H. 537–8, 540, 541, 543–4, 545, 546, 548, 552, 553, 554, 555
Marens, R. 676
market 342n7, 519–20
anthropology of 116
-based institutions 230
contracts 325
devices 520–1
failure 526–7
from networks 514–16
hegemony 395
individualism 696
niches 515
-oriented capitalism 225
oriented test 71
relations expansion 223
world 72
marketization 403, 526–7
Marks, D. 634
Marshall, B. 612
Martin, A.W. 498
Martin, J. 363, 364
Martin, P.Y. 628
Martin, R. 570
Martineau, H. 609
Marxism 257, 491, 539, 540, 588, 591, 663, 685
Austro- 68
British 588
German 253
neo- 69, 542, 668
orthodox 554
power 261
Western 588
Marxism and Literature (Williams) 671 (p. 780)
Marxist/Marxian:
analysis 538, 554
approach 494
capitalism 222, 223
concept 578
feminism 621, 640
hegemonic control theory 342n10
ideas 575
ideology critique 66
labour process analysis 577
models of relationship between capitalism and societal forms 221
orthodoxy 555
social class theory 67
theory 576
masculinity 622, 628, 633, 634
mass consumerism 542
mass consumption 553, 691–2
mass production 224, 228, 691–2
mass society 258
Massey, D. 700, 702
materialism 206, 538, 551, 607, 629, 637
materiality 419, 420, 435
materially real 204, 419
Matten, D. 175
Maturana, H. 132–3, 146, 147
Maurice, M. 221
Mauss, M. 67, 71
Mayo, E. 727
Mead, G.H. 249, 355
meanings 270, 355
shared 354, 358
theory 161
webs of 350, 351, 352, 356, 357
Médecins Sans Frontières (Congo) study 425–6
mediating instruments/models 30
Meek, V.L. 357, 358, 360, 367n8
membership negotiation 428–30, 431, 433
Mendez, J.B. 640–1
Mendlovitz, S. 301
Menger, C. 474–5
Mennicken, A. 521, 528n7
Menschentypen 77
mentoring 23
Menzies Lyth, I. 405
Merleau-Ponty, M. 276
meso-mobilization 500
meta-theoretical concepts, chain of 182, 186, 189–90, 199, 204, 211
meta-theory 183, 191t
Methodenstreit 65
methodological bracketing 590
methodological individualism 51, 323–4, 393, 403, 479
methodology 186–7, 192t, 197
Mexico 556, 676
Meyer, J. 29
Meyer, J.W. 360
Meyer, R. 53
micro settings 29
micro-actors and macro-actors, difference between 97
micro-differentiation 21
micro-discourses 425, 428, 431
micro-foundations 479, 480
micro-interactions 496
micro-level analyses 73, 418, 419
micro-macro distinction 428
micro-macro relationship 424
micro-politics 77
micro-sociology and macro-sociology of emotion 396
micro-territorializations 30
middle classes, new 253–6, 261
Middle East 227
Mill, J.S. 457, 458
Miller, E.J. 744, 749–50, 756n5, 756n8
Miller, G.E. 627
Miller, P. 18, 19–20, 26, 27, 31n4, 521, 527, 528n7
Mills, C.W. 6, 8, 556, 709
Mills, C.W. and power 249–63
labour movement leaders 250–3
new middle classes 253–6
power 259–63
power elite 256–9
mimicry 667–8
Mingers, J. 146
Minkoff, D.C. 493
‘Minute on Indian Education, A’ (Macaulay) 662, 667
Mir, A. 676
Mir, R. 674, 676
Mises, L. von 472 (p. 781)
mistakes 323, 340
Mitterand, F. 40
mobilization 112, 119, 501
‘Modernism, Post Modernism and Organizational Analysis 2: The
Contribution of Michel Foucault’ (Burrell) 22
modernists 203
modernity 590
modernization theory 13, 267, 662, 663
‘Modernizing Government’ initiative (United Kingdom) 20
Mohanty, C.T. 637–8
Mohr, J.W. 53
Mol, A. 102n3
moment of theory 739, 741–3, 755n4
‘monadological principle and organization studies, The’ (Latour) 101
Monde, Le (journal) 70
Montreal School 425–8, 431, 432, 433, 434–5, 436, 438
Moon, J. 175
Moore, P.S. 570
Moore, R. 312
Moore, W. 300
moral action 165–7
moral aspects of performances in organizations 285
‘Moral Career of the Mental Patient, The’ (Goffman) 289
moral claims 173
moral commitments 723
Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action (Habermas) 165
moral context of interaction 280
moral hazard 325, 334, 335, 339
moral implications 719–20
moral norms 165–6, 167
moral obligations 280, 292
Moral Philosophy for Management, A (Selekman) 456
moral reasoning 166–7, 173–4
moral values 303
moral-practical discourse 162, 165
morality 176n1, 621, 624
Morgan, G. 171, 184, 188, 548, 605, 673, 674
Morphogenetic/Morphostatic approach 205–6, 591, 592
Morris, C. 269
Morris, W. 256
motivation 78–9, 331, 333
multi-perspective disciplines 579–80
multinational corporations (MNCs) 239, 421, 498, 660, 665, 667, 673, 674, 676
multiplication principle 18, 20, 25, 27, 29, 30
Munck, R. 673
Muniesa, F. 520–1, 523, 524
Musselin, C. 523, 524
mutually constitutive relationships 424
Myrdal, G. 470
Nadesan, M.H. 417–18
Nash equilibrium 329, 331, 341n1, 342n9
Nash, K. 78
national business systems approach 234–7
nationalism 675
naturalism, critical 214n1
‘Nature of Deference and Demeanor, The’ (Goffman) 290
‘Nature of the Firm, The’ (Coase) 473
Nava, M. 553
Neale, R. 696
‘Neglected Situation, The’ (Goffman) 276
Negri, A. 676
Neimark, M. 548
neo-capitalism 697
neo-classical economics 56, 65, 461, 467, 470–1, 517, 523
neo-classical firm 332
neo-colonialism 660, 663, 664, 668
neo-Foucouldian approach 26
neo-imperialism 663
neo-institutionalism 3, 5, 65, 77, 78, 222, 492, 527n4
neo-liberalism 15–16, 21, 556, 676–7, 716
and capitalism 220, 556, 641
concepts 26
economic policy 40, 60
and feminism 607, 639–41, 642
and globalization 622, 639
subjectivities 25
neo-Marxism 69, 542, 668
neo-Weberians 68
Netherlands: peak associations 230 (p. 782)
network(s) 57, 89, 114, 516, 517–18, 520–1
alignment 112
analysis 327–8, 340, 493
Bourdieu on 55–7
capitalism 514
configuration 56
convergence 112
externalities 115
innovation 229
social 56, 513, 516–17
spatial practices 698
theory 330
Neumann, F. 251
new economic sociology 510–28
calculation 517–19
embedded turn 512–14
markets 519–20
markets from networks 514–16
networks, agencement and market devices 520–1
qualities and qualification 523–4
values and valuation 525–6
new institutional economics 472–5, |482, 493
new institutionalism 593, 600
New Left 256
social movements 615
New Left Review journal 588
new middle classes 254
New Spirit of Capitalism, The 67, 78, 729
New Zealand 624
Newby, H. 570–1
Newton, T. 24
Nicaragua 640–1
Nichols, T. 573–4
Nicolini, D. 45
Nicotera, A.M. 437
Niebrugge-Brantley, J. 610
Nietzsche, F. 263, 266
Nixon, R. 462, 463
Nkomo, D. 669–70
Noddings, N. 620–1
non-consequentialism 457, 458
non-verbal communication (cues, gestures, postures) 13, 269–70, 273, 279, 292
Noonan, J. 168
Nordic countries 225
normative dualism (mind/body dualism) 609
norms 279, 323, 331, 340, 342n12, 349
behavioural 353
cultural 703
moral 165–6, 167
social 322, 330–1
universalizable 167
North America 343n16, 526, 660, 715, 716
social movement theory 487, 489, 490, 491, 498, 502n2
Nozick, R. 447–8
nurse studies 407–8, 626
Nussbaum-Barberena, L. 677
Oakes, L. 53
obedience 311
object relations theory 619–20
objectification 14, 19, 520
objective 58, 193t
elements 51
position and disposition 46
relations 41
risk 372
objectivism 40, 42, 48, 55, 188
obligations 55
moral 280, 292
mutual 273, 279
Occupy movement 728
O’Leary, T. 26, 31n4
Olsen, J.P. 13, 322
O’Mahoney, C.R. 187
O’Malley, P. 381, 385
‘On Cooling the Mark Out’ (Goffman) 289
On Critique (Boltanski) 82
On Justification (Honneth) 80
One Dimensional Man (Marcuse) 546
One-Third/Two-Thirds Worlds 638–9
Ong, A. 677
ontology 191t
/epistemology distinction 199, 643
explicit 186
implicit 186
relational 206
see also Bhaskar
operative closure 132, 138, 140, 148 (p. 783)
oppression 622
Order of Things, The (Foucault) 31n3, 742
order of worth 70–3, 76, 77–8, 79
Organization, ‘Does STS Mean Business?’ 113
Organization journal 187
Organization Studies journal 21–2, 377–8, 511
‘Organizational Behaviour Project’ (Garfinkel & Moore) 300
organizational capacities or capabilities 327
organizational change as evolutionary process 142–4
organizational choice 567
organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) 633
organizational compensation 460
organizational culture 141
organizational effectiveness 740
organizational Foucauldians 24
organizational identity 147–8
organizational level of industrial relations 233
organizational membership 130
organizational positioning 431
organizational rules and hierarchy 267
organizational self-structuring 429–30
‘Organizations: A Dialectical View’ (Benson) 547
organizations of practice 308–9
organized irresponsibility 377
Orientalism 666–7
Orientalism (Said) 660, 664, 665, 679n1
orientations to work 569–70
original position 448, 452, 458
Orlikowski, W. 593, 595, 597–9, 601
Oseen, C. 633
ostensive routines 58, 98–9, 102n14
Oswick, C. 418, 423
Other 14, 88, 660
otherness 629–35
Ötsch, S. 79
Outsourced Self, The (Hochschild) 396
outsourcing/contracting out 334
overflow management 115
Padavic, I. 625
Page, S.E. 340
Pakistan 673
Palazzo, G. 175
Pandora’s Hope (Latour) 93–6
Panopticon 12
Panozzo, F. 96
Paradeise, C. 523, 524
paradigms 64–84, 188, 212, 417
cadres and class 66–9
Cité 77–8
economy of conventions 82–3
management texts and new ‘spirit of capitalism’ 74–8
social theory of critique 69–73
Pareto equilibrium 337, 343n14
Pareto superior outcome 342n9
Paris Commune study 488–9
‘Paris Manuscripts’ (Marx) 545
Park, R. 489
Parker Follett, M. 751
parrhesia 24
Parsons, T. 65, 126, 128, 145, 267, 268, 302–4, 355, 568
Parsons’s Pact 65, 82, 510–11
part-whole relationships 422–3
participative management 571
participatory mechanisms 331–3
path dependence 340
payment/non-payment code (economic system) 136
pecuniary emotion management 405–7
peer group organization 337
Pentland, B.T. 58, 596
‘Perception of the Other: A Study of Social Order, The’ (Garfinkel) 302
Pérec, G. 83n3
performance:
management 27, 752–3
measures 53
in organizations: expressive aspects 285
principle 544
performative/performativity 18, 119–20, 516–21, 631–2, 643, 721
approach 118, 634–5
definitions 99
of economic knowledge 113–16
programmes 19, 114–16
routines 58
Perlin, R. 730
Perrow, C. 377, 511, 728, 744 (p. 784)
‘Person, Time and Conduct in Bali’ (Geertz) 350
personhood 28
personnel structure 141
perturbations 146–7, 148
Peters, B. 167
Pettigrew, A. 593–4
Pettinger, L. 628
Pfautz, H.W. 488
philanthropic emotion management 406–7
Phillips, J.L. 365
Phillips, M. 634
Phillips, N. 418, 423
Phillips, R.A. 459, 460
Philosophical Investigations (Garfinkel) 301
Philosophy and the Idea of Freedom (Bhaskar) 198
phronesis (prudence/practical reason) 723–4
physical violence 69
Pilnick, A. 313
Pinch, T. 313
Piven, F.F. 489
Plague, The (Camus) 664
plots 92–3
pluriphony 92
Pocock, J.G.A. 76, 77, 78
Polanyi, K. 516, 673
Polanyi, K. and the double movement 221–30
French regulation theory 224–7
varieties of capitalism 227–30
political change 261
political construct 67
political coordination 167
political corporate social responsibility (CSR) 175
political dimension of organization studies 174–5
political economy 540, 578, 579
of space 697–9, 703
political engagement of non-state actors 160
political opportunity structure 491
political perspective 281
political power 17
political publics 251
political rationalities 20, 27
political role of sociology 126
political society 662, 675–7
political struggles 69
political unrest 489
politics 53
capitalism 222
of gender 610
of knowledge 610
and morality, separation of 76
and power 239
Politics of the Governed (Chatterjee) 675
Politics as a Practical Science (Hennis) 755n2
Pollert, A. 576
Pollner, M. 308
polymorphism 18, 702
Popper, K. 184
population 16–17
ecology 5, 492, 493
Porsander, L. 102n9
Porter, T. 29, 379
position-based approach 57
position-practices 591, 601–2
position-taking 41, 50
positionality 630
translocational 638
positions:
creation of 141
and dispositions 47
structured 55
positivists/positivism 547, 741
Bhaskar and critical realism 183–4, 186, 191t, 194–5, 197–8, 203, 206, 208, 211–12, 214n9
Possibility of Naturalism, The (Bhaskar) 203
possible and desirable (distinction) 76
post-humanism 644
post-Keynesian school of economics 461
post-war capitalism 224
postcolonial feminism 637
postcolonialism 660–1, 662–70, 677
postmodern feminism 629–31, 636–7
postmodern relativism 630
postmodernism 267, 577, 605, 622, 665, 741
Bhaskar and critical realism 183, 185, 189–90
Geertz and interpretation 360, 363–5
poststructuralism 212, 577, 741–2, 755n4
poststructuralist feminism 622, 629–31, 632–5, 636–7, 643 (p. 785)
Potter, J. 312
Powell, A. 635
Powell, W. 52–3, 55, 597
power 43, 94, 100, 201, 288–9, 342n6, 342n10, 365, 433
and authority mechanisms 328–30
bargaining 340
bio-power 17
capitalism 222
circuits of 22
coercive 81
and control 415
disciplinary 22, 23
dispositional 22
and dominance 364–5
elite 256–9
episodic 22
explanatory 210
facilitative 22
and feminist theory 615
Foucault and the Foucault effect 12, 14–16, 22–3, 25, 261, 365
Giddens and structuration theory 596, 600
institutional 57
inter-actor 329
and knowledge 23, 631
labour power 540
legitimate 406
macro analysis 16
Marxist 261
micro analysis 16
/non-power code (political system) 136
-oriented logic 110
political 17
relational aspect 23
social 45, 57
sovereign 17
structured inequalities of 51
structures 91
and subjectivity at work 23
symbolic 45, 59
Power Elite, The (Mills) 259
Power, M. 27, 29
Power and Organizations (Clegg, Courpasson & Phillips) 22
power relations 7, 52, 239, 535
and feminist theory 622, 624
and spatial practices 689, 694, 703
practical object, describing organization as 743–5
practice(s) 5, 47–9, 55, 57–9, 428
of imprisonment 17
regime of 17
theory of 40
turn 371, 415, 419, 434, 741
web of 58
pragmatic discourses 166–7
pragmatic reasoning 166–7, 173–4
pragmatic (routine) action 83n12
pragmatic sociology 65, 69, 70, 83n10
French 64–5, 82
pragmatic turn 69
pragmatism 200, 249
American 71, 82
classical 262
philosophical 82
universal 160–2, 550
Prakash, G. 671
Prasad, A. 664, 665, 670, 679n1
Prasad, P. 666–7
praxiography 102n3
praxis 724
prediction 193t, 197, 356
prescriptive effects 17
prescriptive emotion management 405–6, 408
Presentation of Self in Everyday Life, The (PSEL)(Goffman) 273, 275–6, 277, 281, 282, 290, 294n7
presentational emotion management 406–7
primary task 745–50, 755n1, 756n8
Primitive Classification (Durkheim and Mauss) 67
principal agent (PA) theory 326–8, 342n8, 343n15
prisoners’ dilemma 328, 330, 342n9
n-player 329, 342n9
repeated 331, 342n13
privacy 694
private culture 361
private life 395
private property, enactment of space through 695–7 (p. 786)
private property rights 696
private sphere 403, 609, 621
problematization 13, 111–12, 119, 741–3
production 535
costs 334, 336
effectiveness 567
regime 224
Production of Space, The (Lefebvre) 684, 698
productive consumption 698
productive forces 551
professionalization 501
programmatic statements of authorities 24
programmes 13–14, 19–20, 29
prohibition movement 498–9
project-oriented (or connectionist) cité 74
property-owning democracy 454
prospect theory 320–1
Protestant Ethic (Weber) 74
protreptics of organization 750–4
‘Provincializing Europe: Towards a Post-Colonial Reconstruction’
(Prasad) 665
psychic systems 134, 135, 137
psychoanalytic feminism 619–20, 621, 623–4
public organization theory 709–32
amoralism 719–20
baroque style 719
contextual issues 726–7
empirical neglect 718–19
irrelevance 718
maladies 717–21
organizational issues of common concern 724–5
rise of theory 713–17
scepticism 726
substantive questions 723–4
uninteresting theories and boredom 720–1
in the workplace 728–30
public sector organizations management 148–9
public sphere 403, 609, 621
Pugh, D.S. 231
Pullen, A. 634–5
purification (nature) 89, 90
purpose as tool for organization 745–50
Putnam, L.L. 422, 437
Putnam, R. 55, 56
qualculations 523–4
qualification-requalification 524–5
qualitative methods 73, 197
qualities and qualification 523–4
qualities turned into quantities 26
quality profiles 515
quality of relationships 327
quantification 25
quantified events 194
quantitative data 73, 195
queer studies and queer theory 632, 634
Rabinow, P. 19
race differentiation 691–2
rackets theory 556
Radcliffe, V.S. 27
radical critique 73
radical left 252
radical movements 546–7, 554
ranking systems 716–17
Rao, H. 497
Rasche, A. 173
rational bureaucratic authority 329, 336
rational choice theory 318–43
control and coordination mechanisms 326
cultural mechanisms 330–1
hierarchical boundaries 337–40
horizontal boundaries 335–7
incentives and monitoring mechanisms 326–8
participatory and democratic mechanisms 331–3
possible developments 340
power and authority mechanisms 328–30
and sociological theory 319–24
transactions, contracts and organizations 324–6
vertical boundaries 333–5
Rational Economic Man 206
rational game theory 277, 279
rational individual 197–8
rational-model approach 740
rationalism, scientific 713
rationality 162–3, 268, 539, 540, 542
collective 500
communicative 160–2, 166, 550
economic 549
Foucault and the Foucault effect 12, 13, 19, 28, 29
governmental 16, 20, 25
instrumental 164
political 20, 27
technocratic 550
technological 549–50
rationalization 19, 487, 539
Rawls, A. 301, 302
re-differentiating phase 516
Reagan, R. 462
real (definition) 204
real self 24
realism/realists 563, 601
agential 187–93, 214, 643
Bhaskar and critical realism 186, 189–90, 213
empirical 182, 186, 190, 191–3t, 193–8, 211
fictional 93
implicit 579
philosophical 579
relational 206
scientific 93
transcendental 214n1
Realist Theory of Science, A. (Bhaskar) 193
reality/realities 191t
grand 350–1
modes of 204
multiple 200
ontology 199, 200, 201
of practices 47
test 71
Reassembling the Social (Latour) 96–101
received ideas ( idées reçues, les) 87
reciprocity 272, 290, 331
bilateral 331
generalized 331
honour and status based on 291–2
psychic 489
recontextualization 426
reduction/reductionist standpoint 323–4, 327
reductionism, subjectivist 58
Reed, D. 172–3
Reed, M. 57
reference, acts of 95–6
reflexivity/reflexive 48, 51, 83n12, 590, 593, 595, 601
actors 598
agential 590, 591
critical 722–3
epistemic 48
gender 626–7
modernity 612
narcissistic 48
reframing 288
regularity 195–6
regulation regimes 224, 225
regulation theory 231, 237, 239
reification 538, 542, 545
relational ontology 206
relational thinking 51, 58
relational work 526
Relations in Public (Goffman) 276–7
relativism 100, 185, 579
empirical 207
epistemic 185, 186, 208
judgemental 186, 207–8
postmodern 630
Report on the Police for Northern Ireland 290
representationalism 161, 741
resilience 371, 386, 387t
resistance 24, 288, 406, 551
resource dependency theory 5, 415, 492, 496–7
resource heterogeneity and entrepreneurship 481–2
resource mechanisms 492–3
resource mobilization theory 491, 497
restructuring of firms 725
retention (restabilization) 143–4
Rethinking Organization (Calás & Smircich) 605
Rethinking Working-Class History (Chakrabarty) 671
retroduction 210
reversing (entity and word) 200 (p. 788)
Revue Economique 69
reward bargain 575
Rhodes, C. 436, 634
Rice, A.K. 744–50, 756n5, 756n8
Richardson, G.B. 480–1
Ricoeur, P. 66
Riesman, D. 261
rightness (utterance) 161
risk 235–6, 374
acceptance 372
allocation 335
analysis 372, 373
archipelago 378
aversion 329, 343n15
conceptualization 379
epistemology 380
financial 378
individualism 371
industry 388
management 236, 370, 372–4, 378–84, 388
mega-risk events 373
mitigation 236
objective 372
objects 371, 384
reputational 385
sharing 236–7, 327, 332
sharing contracts 343n17
society 374
structural approach 374
Risk Analysis journal 378
risk, social theories and organizations 370–88
anticipationism 386, 387t
apparatus of risk 381–5
auditability 386, 387t
culture and risk 373–5
decisions and risk 375–6
historicity of risk 379–81
logics of risk management 385–7, 387t
man-made risk 376–8
resilience 386, 387t
theoretical encounters 372–8
Risk Society (Beck) 375
Ritzer, G. 608
Robichaud, D. 170
Robinson, J. 449, 461–3
Robinson S. 259
role:
expectations 330
of organizations 132
specialization 488
of the state 228
theory 322
Roosevelt, F.D. 250
‘Roots of Muslim Rage, The’ (Lewis) 666
Rorty, R. 87, 89, 98, 198, 447–8
Rose, N. 18, 19–20, 27
Rousseau, J.-J. 72, 731n1
routines 479, 587, 593, 595, 596–7
routinization 339
Rowan, B. 360
Roy, D.F. 286
Rucht, D. 500
rule-based deontology 457
rules 288–9, 308, 311–12, 325, 339, 476–7, 482, 589
commercial feeling 405
concept of 325
evolutionary view 479
feeling 396, 402, 406–7
of the game 56, 59–60
general and abstract 473
incomplete 338, 341
and institutions 467
rational 487
and records 286–7
use of and application 312
Ruskin, J. 255–6
Sabel, C.F. 227
Sacks, H. 300, 301, 308
sacred/profane distinction 397, 403
Said, E. 660, 664, 665, 666, 667, 669, 679n1
Saint Simon, H. de 72
Salk, J.E. 88
Samuelson, P. 449
Sandberg, J. 721
Sandberg, S. 614
Sarbin, T.R. 277, 278, 294n7
Sartre, J.-P. 40
Savage, M. 57
Sayer, A. 183, 592
scallops case 111–13, 114 (p. 789)
scepticism 726, 727, 729, 730
Schechner, R. 267
Schein, E. 275
Schelling, T. 277
Scherer, A.G. 175
Schild, V. 640
Schiller, F. 544
Schilt, K. 635
Schulte-Bockhold, A. 556
Schumpeter, J. 224
Schutz, A. 87, 99, 302, 308, 355
science and technology studies (STS) 110, 521
scientism 191t
Scott, J. 699
Scott, J.C. 79, 82, 671
Scott, W. 597
Scott, W.H. 565–6
Scott, W.R. 2
‘second wave’ of organizational culture studies 359–65
second-order observation 126–7
Security, Territory, Population (Foucault) 30
sediments of organizational action 284–5
Seeing Like a State (Scott) 699
Seeing Sociologically: The Routine Grounds of Social Action
(Garfinkel) 302, 305
Seidl, D. 137, 150
selection (evolutionary function) 143–4
Selekman, B. 456
self 270, 276
care of the 634
role of 275, 277
self-discipline 75
self-interest 50, 320, 327, 330
self-legitimation 79
self-monitoring 75
self-perfection 76
self-problematization 742
self-production of social systems