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The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies

Edited by Mats Alvesson, Todd Bridgman and Hugh Willmott

Volume 1, issue Published in print January 2011 | ISBN: 9780199595686
Published online September 2009 |

Series: Oxford Handbooks in Business and Management

The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies

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The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies provides an overview of theoretical approaches, key topics, issues, and subject specialisms in management studies, as well as a set of reflections on the progress and prospects of Critical Management Studies (CMS). CMS has emerged as a movement that questions the authority and relevance of mainstream thinking and practice. Critical of established social practices and institutional arrangements, it challenges prevailing systems of domination and promotes the development of alternatives to them. CMS draws upon diverse critical traditions. Of particular importance for its initial articulation was the thinking of members of the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. From these foundations, CMS has grown into a pluralistic and inclusive movement incorporating a diverse range of perspectives ranging from labour-process theory to radical feminism. In recent times, a set of ideas broadly labelled ‘poststructuralist’ has been developed to complement and challenge the insights of Critical Theory, giving new impetus for scholars seeking to challenge the status quo and articulate a more inclusive and humane future for management practice. The authors are all specialists in their respective fields and share a concern to interrogate and challenge received wisdom about management theory and practice. The CMS movement has grown rapidly – its ever-increasing theoretical and geographical diversity and its outreach into the public sphere. In addition to UK contributors, where CMS has developed most rapidly, there is strong representation from North American contributors, as well as from areas where CMS has taken hold more recently, such as Australasia.

Keywords: CMS; mainstream thinking; mainstream practice; social practices; institutions; domination; feminism; status quo; management practice; management theory

Book.  608 pages. 

Subjects: business and management

Index Terms: AASCB (Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business); Abbott, A.; Abrahamson, E.; Abugattas Mailuf, L.; Academy of Management:; accounting; accounting research; Acker, J.; Ackroyd, S.; actor-network theory (ANT); Adam, A.; Adams, S.; Adler, P. S.; Adorno, T.; affect; Agamben, G.; agency:; agency theory; Ahmad, A.; Albright, D.; Aldrich, H.; Allen, B. J.; Althusser, L.; Alvesson, M.; Amin, A.; Amiridis, K.; Al-Amoudi, I.; Anderson, J.; Anderson-Gough, F.; Andrée, P.; animal rights; Annisette, M.; Ansoff, H. I.; ANT; Anthony, P. D.; anthropocentrism; anti-colonialism; anti-essentialism:; anti-globalization movement; anti-performativity; Antunes, D.; archaeology; Archer, M.; Arendt, H.; Armstrong, P.; Arndt, J.; Arnold, P. J.; Arnould, E. J.; Arrington, C. E.; Arthur, B.; Ashforth, B. E.; Ashkanasy, N. M.; Ashman, I.; Ashmore, M.; Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB); Astley, W. G.; Aston School; Austin, J. R.; autonomy; Avgerou, C.; avian influenza (bird flu); aviation carbon emissions; Axley, S.; B2B relationships; B2C marketing; Baack, D.; Bacharach, M.; Backhouse, J.; Baert, P.; Bagozzi, R. P.; Bain, P.; Bains, G.; Bakan, J.; Bakhtin, M.; Bakre, O. M.; Ball, K.; Banerjee, S. B.; Bansal, P.; Baran, P.; Baratz, H.; Barber, B.; Baritz, L.; Barker, J.; Barley, S. R.; Baroudi, J. J.; Barrett, M.; Barsoux, J.-L.; Barthes, R.; Bartky, S. L.; Bataille, G.; Baudrillard, J.; Bauer, J.; Baum, J. A. C.; Bauman, Z.; Beatty, R.; Bebchuk, L. A.; Beck, U.; Becker, B. E.; Beinhocker, E. D.; Beji-Becheur, A.; Belk, R.W.; Bell, E.; Benbasat, I.; Bendix, R.; Benhabib, S.; Bennett, M.; Bennis, W.; Benson, J. K.; Benson, T.W.; Berg, M.; Berger, B. L.; Bergström, O.; Bernauer, J.; Berry, A.; Bevan, E.; Beynon, H.; Bhabha, H.; Bhaskar, R.; Bijker, W. E.; Billing, Y. D.; biofuels; biotechnology; Bird, F.; bird flu (avian influenza); Blaikie, N.; Blau, P.; Blum, A.; Blumer, H.; Boal, K.; Bochner, A.; Boden, D.; Boggs, C.; Böhm, S.; Böhme, G.; Boje, D. M.; Boland, R. J.; Boltanski, L.; Bolton, S.; Bon, C.; Bookchin, M.; Borgerson, J.; Borys, B.; Boselie, P.; Boudreau, J.; bounded rationality; Bourdieu, P.; Boxall, P.; Boyce, M. E.; Boyer, R.; Bradley, K.; branding:; Braverman, H.; Brewiss, J.; Brewster, C.; Bridgman, T.; Brief, A. P.; Briers, M.; Brignall, S.; Brint, S.; Bristor, J. M.; Britton, D. M.; Brooke, C.; Brown, A. D.; Brown, K.; Brown, M.; Brown, R. H.; Brown, S.; Brown, W.; Brownlie, D.; Bryer, R. A.; Bryman, A.; Bryman, B.; Buffet, W.; Burawoy, M.; Burchell, S.; Burnes, B.; Burningham, K.; Burns, T.; Burrell, G.; business ethics; business schools; Butler, J.; Byers, D.; Calás, M. B.; Caldwell, R.; call centers; Callaghan, G.; Callinicos, A.; Callon, M.; capitalism; Caramanis, C. V.; carbon markets; career structures:; Carmona, S.; Carnegie, G. D.; Carpentier, N.; Carr, D.; Carroll, C. E.; Carson, R.; cartels; Carter, C.; Carù, A.; Casey, C.; Castells, M.; Catterall, M.; CDA (critical discourse analysis); CDOs (collateralized debt obligations); CDSs (credit default swaps); Cecez-Kecmanovic, D.; Cederström, C.; Certeau, M. de; Chakrabarty, D.; Chan, A.; Chandler, A.; Charles, M.; Chen, W.; Cheney, G.; Chesborough, H.; Chia, R.; Chiapello, E.; Chiaramonte, P.; Child, J.; Chio, V.; Chittipeddi, K.; Chong, J.; Chua, W.-F.; civil society; Clair, R. D.; Clark, P.; Clark, T.; Clarke, J.; Clawson, D.; Clegg, S.; Cliff, J.; climate change:; Cloud, D.; Clough, P. T.; Clubb, C.; CME; CMS; Cockburn, C.; Coffey, A. J.; Colbert, A.; Coleman, D. C.; collateralized debt obligations (CDOs); Collier, A.; Collins, D.; Collins, H.; Collins, J.; Collins, P. H.; Collinson, D.; colonialism; communication; communicative reason; competitiveness; conflict resolution; constructionism; constructivism; consumer boycotts; consumer identity:; consumer sovereignty:; consumerism; consumption:; contingency theory; control theory:; Contu, A.; conventional work; Cooke, B.; Coombs, R. W.; Cooper, C.; Cooper, D.; Cooper, G.; Cooper, R.; corporate agency; corporate culture; corporate governance theory; corporate social responsibility (CSR); corporate strategies:; corporations; Corvellec, H.; Costa, J. A.; Costea, B.; Cotter, D. A.; Courpasson, D.; Cova, B.; Covaleski, M. A.; CR; Crane, A.; credit default swaps (CDSs); Creed, W. E. D.; critical discourse analysis (CDA); critical ethnography; critical management education (CME); critical management history; critical management methodology; critical management studies (CMS); critical marketing studies; critical performativity; Critical Perspectives on International Business (journal); critical realism (CR); critical social analysis; critical theory (CT); critical theory methodology; critique; CRM (customer relationship management); Crossley, N.; Crouch, C.; Crowdy, P.; Crowston, K.; Crump, N.; CSR; CT; Cullen, J.; Cullen, S.; cultural management:; culture; customer relationship management (CRM); Czarniawska (Czarniawska-Joerges), B.; Dahl, R. A.; DʼAmelio, C.; Danermark, B.; Darier, E.; Davies, A.; Davies, C.; Davis, G. F.; Davis, M.; Dawson, P.; de Certeau, M.; De Cock, C.; Deal, T. E.; deconstruction; Deem, R.; deep ecology; Deetz, S.; deforestation; Dehler, G. E.; Delbridge, R.; Deleuze, G.; Della Rocca, G.; Dellinger, K.; Deloitte & Touche; Demski, J. S.; de-naturalization; Department for Transport:; Derrida, J.; Derridean philosophy; DeSanctis, G.; Desmond, J.; Deutsch, F. M.; Dewey, J.; Dey, P.; Dezalay, Y.; Dholakia, N.; Dicken, P.; Dickens, P.; Dietz, G.; Dillard, J.; DiMaggio, P.; Dippo, D.; Dirsmith, M.; disasters:; discourse; discourse analysis; ‘Discourse Ethics’ (Habermas); dis-identification; domination; Donaldson, L.; Donnellon, A.; Doolin, B.; Doughty, H. A.; Douglas, M.; Down, S.; Drazin, R.; Drory, A.; Drucker, P.; Dryzek, J. S.; du Gay, P.; Duberley, J.; Dukerich, J. M.; Dunkerley, D.; Durand, R.; Dutton, J. E.; Dworkin, A.; ecocentrism; ecofeminism; ecological modernization; ecology:; eco-modernisation theory; economic ethics; Eden, D.; Edge, D.; Edwards, J. E.; Edwards, P.; Egan, D.; Egri, C. P.; Eikhof, D. R.; El-Homsi, I.; elemental communism; Elger, T.; Elias, N.; Elliot, R.; Ellis, N.; Elmes, M.; Elster, J.; emancipation; emancipatory knowledge; emotionality; empiricism; energy:; energy production; Engestrom, Y.; Engwall, L.; Enron; environmental degradation:; environmental movement; environmental problems; epistemological subjectivism; EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System); Eribon, D.; Ernst and Young; Escobar, A.; essentialism; Esteva, G.; ethics; European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS); existentialism; Exxon; Ezzamel, M.; Fair Trade movement; Fairclough, N.; Fairhurst, G. T.; Fama, E. F.; Faria, A.; Fay, B.; Fayol, H.; Feenberg, A.; Feldman, M. A.; feminism; feminist standpoint theories (FST); Fenstermaker, S.; Fenton, E. M.; Ferner, A.; Fernie, S.; Feuchtwang, S.; finance:; financial markets:; financial reporting/regulation; financial sector:; financial systems; Fineman, S.; Firat, F.; Fischer, E.; Fleetwood, S.; Fleming, P.; Fligstein, N.; Flipo, J.-P.; Flores, L. A.; Fondas, N.; Fong, C. T.; Fonte, J.; Forbes, C.; Forbes, L.; Ford, J. D.; Ford, L. W.; Forester, J.; Foss, N. J.; Foucault, M.; Fougère, M.; Fournier, S.; Fournier, V.; Fox, A.; Francis, H.; Francis, J. R.; Franketal, P.; Frankfurt School (Frankfurt Institute of Social Research); freedom:; freedom of choice:; Freer, B.; French, H.; French, W.; Fried, J.; Friedman, A.; Friedman, N.; Friere, P.; Fromm, E.; Frooman, J.; Frost, P.; Froud, J.; FST (feminist standpoint theories); Fuller, L.; functionalism; Fung, A.; Furusten, S.; Future of Aviation, The (UK government White Paper); Gabriel, Y.; Gaffikin, M. J. R.; Gagliardi, P.; Galbraith, J. K.; Galliers, R. D.; Gao, J.; Gardner, T. M.; Garfinkel, H.; Garrett, L.; Garsten, C.; Garth, B. G.; Garud, R.; Geertz, C.; gender issues; genealogy; genomics; Gerencser, S.; Gergen, K.; Gerhart, B.; Gherardi, S.; Ghicas, D.; Gibson, R.; Giddens, A.; Gilbert, D. U.; Gillard, H.; Gilligan, C.; Gills, B. K.; Gioia, D. A.; Giuffre, P. A.; Glenn, E. N.; global accounting; Global Justice Movement; global management ideas industry; global managerialism; global media; global political economy; global postcolonial trade; global production:; global social inequality:; global warming; global work/workers; globalization; Goffman, E.; Goldsmith, E.; Gore, A.; Gorz, A.; Goshal, S.; Goulding, C.; Gouldner, A.; Gouldson, A.; Gower, K. K.; Gowler, D.; Gramsci, A.; Grant, D.; Grant, R. M.; Gray, R.; greed; Green, F.; Greenpeace; Greenwood, D.; Greenwood, R.; Grey, C.; Grice, S.; Griffiths, M.; Grimes, A. J.; Grundy, S.; grunge economy; Grunig, J. E.; Grusky, D. B.; Guardian; Guattari, F.; Guess, R.; Guest, D.; Guillen, M.; Gummesson, E.; Günther, K.; Gustavsen, A.; Gustavsson, E.; Gutiérrez, F.; Habermas, J.; Hacking, I.; Håkansson, H.; Halford, S.; Halfpenny, P.; Hall, P.; Hall, S.; Hammond, T.; handbooks; Handelman, J.; Hanlon, G.; Harding, C.; Hardt, M.; Hardy, C.; Harley, B.; Harney, S.; Harquail, C. V.; Harrison, B.; Harte, G.; Hartsock, N. C. M.; Harvey, D.; Hassard, J.; Haunschild, A.; Hayes, N.; Hays, S.; Hearn, J.; Heckscher, C.; Hedmo, T.; Hegel, G.W. F.; Heian, J. B.; Heidegger, M.; Held, D.; Held, V.; Heller, F.; Helms-Mills, J.; Hemment, J.; Hensmans, M.; Heracleous, L.; Hermsen, J. M.; Herrbach, O.; Herrmann, R. O.; Hesketh, A.; Hetrick, W. P.; Hexter, J. H.; Heydebrand, W.; Hickson, D. J.; hierarchy; Hillyard, S.; Hinings, C. R.; Hirschheim, R.; Hirschman, E. C.; Hirst, P.; history; HIV/AIDS; HM Treasury; Hochschild, A. R.; Hodgson, D. E.; Hoedemaekers, C.; Hofstede, G.; Hogler, R. L.; Holland, C.; Holliday, R.; Hollingsworth, R.; Holman, D.; Holmer-Nadesan, M.; Holocaust; Hond, F. D.; Honneth, A.; Hope, A.; Hope, T.; Hopper, R.; Hopper, T.; Hopwood, A.; Horkheimer, M.; Hoskin, K.; Hoskisson, R.; Houghton, J. T.; Houlihan, M.; House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee; Howarth, D.; Howcroft, D.; Howe, J.; HRM; Huczyinski, A.; Hudson, R.; human resource management (HRM); Humphrey, C.; Humphries, M.; Hunt, F.; Hunt, H. G.; Hunt, J.; Hunt, T.; Huselid, M.; Hussein, M.; Hyde, P.; Hyman, R.; Ianello, K. P.; IASB (International Accounting Standards Board); Ibarra-Colado, E.; ICT:; identity; identity control; identity regulation; identity resistance:; identity work; ideology:; IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing); illegal immigrants; IMF (International Monetary Fund); immaterial labor; imperialism; incrementalism; industrial economics; inequality; informal sector activity; information systems (IS); information technology; innovation; insecurity:; institutional entrepreneurs; institutional theory; institutions; instrumental rationality; integrationism; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, UN; International Accounting Standards Board (IASB); International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP); International Monetary Fund (IMF); interorganizational collaboration; interorganizational fields:; interpretivism; intertextuality; Introna, L. D.; IS; Isherwood, B.; Ives, B.; Iyer, E.; Jack, G.; Jackall, R.; Jackson, B.; Jackson, C.; Jackson, N.; Jacobs, J. A.; Jacques (Stager Jacques), R.; Jain, S.; Janssens, M.; Jaques, E.; Jaros, J.; Jaros, S.; Jarzabkowski, P.; Jaya, P. S.; Jenkins, K.; Jenkins, R.; Jenkins, S.; Jermier, J. M.; Jessop, B.; Jessop, L.; Jones, C.; Jones, E. D.; Jones, M.; Jordan, S.; Joshua, G.; Kabbani, R.; Kallinikos, J.; Kallio, T. J.; Kane, P.; Karabel, J.; Karger, D.; Kärreman, D.; Kashyap, R.; Katila, S.; Kaufman, B.; Kaulingfreks, R.; Keegan, A.; Keenoy, T.; Keil, M.; Kelemen, M.; Kelly, D.; Kelly-Holmes, H.; Kemmis, S.; Kennedy, A. A.; Kennedy, C.; Kennedy, P.; Kersten, A.; Ketz, J. E.; Key, M.; Khalifa, R.; Khanna, P.; Khurana, R.; Kieser, A.; Kilbourne, W. E.; Kimberley, J. R.; Kincheloe, J. L.; Kipfer, B. A.; Kipping, M.; Kirby, E. L.; Kirkham, L. M.; Kjonstad, B.; Klare, M.; Klein, H. K.; Klein, J. G.; Klein, N.; Kleinman, S.; Knights, D.; knowledge; Kolakowski, L.; Kondo, D.; Korczynski, M.; Kornberger, M.; Kosmala, K.; Koutsaumadi, A.; Kozinets, R. V.; Kreiner, G. E.; Kress; Kristeva, J.; Kumaraswamy, A.; Kunda, G.; Kurtz, P.; Kvasny, L.; Kwek, D.; labor process analysis; labor process debate; labor process theory (LPT); Lacan, J.; Lacey, H.; Laclau, E.; lamination; Landes, D.; Langton, N.; language; Lant, T. K.; Lash, S.; Latour, B.; Laughlin, R.; Law, J.; Lawler, E.; Lawrence, P. R.; Lawrence, T.; Lazonick, W.; leadership; Learned, E. S.; Leaver, A.; Leavitt, H. J.; Ledoux, J.; Lee, A. S.; Legge, K.; Lehman, C. R.; Lehman Brothers; Lehmbruch, G.; Leidner, R.; Leonard, P.; Letiche, H.; Lévi-Strauss, C.; Levin, M.; Levinas, E.; Levy, D.; Lewin, K. A.; Lewis, D.; Lewis, M.; liberal democracy:; Lieberthal, K.; Lien, M. E.; lifeworld; Light, B.; Lin, A.; Linstead, A.; Linstead, S.; Lodh, S. C.; Loft, A.; Lorsch, J.W.; Lounsbury, M.; Lowe, A.; Lowrie, A.; Lozada, H. R.; LPT; Luckmann, T.; Luhmann, N.; Luke, T.; Lukes, S.; Lyon, D.; Lyotard, J.-F.; Lyytinen, K.; Macdonald, L. D.; MacDuffie, J. P.; Macintosh, N. B.; Mackenzie, D.; Maclaren, P.; Macve, R.; Maguire, P.; Mahama, H.; Mahon, M.; Malik, Z.; management accounting; management and organization studies (MOS); Management by Objectives (MBO); management consultants/consultancies; management education (ME); management gurus; management knowledge:; managerial power; managerialism; Manchester School; Mandarini, M.; Mandelson, P.; Mani, L.; Manicas, P.; Mantere, S.; March, J.; Marciano, V.; Marcuse, H.; Marglin, S.; marketing; markets; Markoff, J.; Marks, A.; Marquis, C.; Marsden, R.; Marshall, J.; Martin, J.; Martin, R.; Marx, K.; Marxism; mass media; Massumi, B.; MBA degrees; MBO (Management by Objectives); McAfee, K.; McCabe, D.; McCall, L.; McCarthy, T.; McCloskey, D. N.; McCormick, S.; McDonald, T. J.; McGrath, K.; McHugh, D.; McKelvey, B.; McKenna, C.; McKinlay, A.; McLaren, P. L.; McNay, L.; McSweeney, B.; McTaggart, R.; ME (management education); Meadow, M.; Medhurst, M. J.; media; Meek, V. L.; Meisenbach, R. J.; Meizas, S. J.; mentoring:; Meriläinen, S.; Metcalf, D.; Meyer, J.; Meyerson, D. E.; Mezias, S.; Michie, J.; Mick, D. G.; micro-emancipation; micro-political resistance; Mies, M.; Miles, R. H.; military capabilities; Miller, D.; Miller, P.; Mills, A. J.; Mills, C. W.; mining industry:; Mintzberg, H.; Mir, R.; Mitev, N.; modern systems theory:; Moghadam, V. M.; Mohrman, S.; Moisander, J.; Moizer, P.; Monbiot, G.; Monin, P.; Montuori, A.; Mooney, J. D.; Moore, K.; moral philosophy:; Morgan, G.; Morrill, C.; Morris, M.; Morton, A. D.; MOS (management and organization studies); Mouck, T.; Mouffe, C.; Mouritsen, J.; Moynihan, L. M.; Mufti, A. R.; multicultural diversity; Mumby, D. K.; Muniesa, F.; Munir, K.; Munslow, A.; Murgatroyd, S.; Murphy, A. G.; Murphy, B. O.; Murphy, J.; Murray, F.; Murray, J. B.; Musson, G.; Mutch, A.; Nandhakumar, J.; natural environment; natural sciences; naturalization; Negri, A.; Neimark, M.; neocolonialism; neoliberal globalization:; neo-Marxism; neo-Weberian control theory; new institutionalism; New Social Movements (NSM); Newell, P. J.; Newsome, K.; Newton, T.; Ngugi wa ThiongʼO; Ngwenyama, O. K.; Nichols, T.; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); Nord, W.; Nordberg, P.; NSM (New Social Movements); Nye, R. A.; Oakes, L. S.; OʼConnor, E. S.; OʼDoherty, D.; O&E; oil production; Okoye, I. S.; OʼLeary, T.; Olsen, J.; one-dimensionality; Ong, A.; ontological dualism; ontological realism:; Ooi, C. S.; OP (organizational politics); operaismo (workerism); organization:; organization theory; organizational analysis; organizational change; organizational communication; organizational history; organizational politics (OP); organizational processes:; organizational strategy; organizational symbolism (OS); organizations; organizations and the natural environment (O&E); Orlikowski, W. J.; Orsatto, R. J.; Orwell, G.; OS (organizational symbolism); Other; OʼToole, J.; Overseas Development Institute; Ozanne, J. L.; Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N.; Paauwe, J.; Packard, V.; Palazzo, G.; Palmer, J.; Park, C.; Park, P.; Parker, B.; Parker, C.; Parker, I.; Parker, M.; parrhesia; participatory communication:; participatory democracy:; Patel, R.; Pawson, R.; Payne, A.; Payton, F. C.; Peltonen, T.; Peñaloza, L.; Penrose, E. T.; performance appraisal:; performativity; Perlman, S.; permanent opposition; Perrow, C.; Peters, B.; Peters, J. D.; Peters, T.; Petrella, R.; Pettigrew, A.; Pfeffer, J.; PFIs (private finance initiatives); phenomenological sociology; Phillips, N.; Pinfield, L. T.; Pizzigati, S.; Plato; pluralism; political economy; Pollert, A.; Polley, R. W.; pollution; Pondy, L. R.; Poole, M. S.; Poovey, M.; popular culture; population-ecology research; Porter, S.; positivism; Positivismusstreit (positivism debate); postcolonialism; Poster, M.; postmodernism; poststructuralism; Potter, J.; Poullaos, C.; Poverty Report (World Bank); Powell, W. W.; power; Power, M.; practice:; pragmatism; Prahalad, C. K.; Prasad, A.; Prasad, P.; Prasch, T.; Preece, D.; presentism; Preston, A.; Price, L. L.; Pringle, R.; private business firms; private finance initiatives (PFIs); privatization; Priyadharshini, E.; protectionism; Pryke, M.; Pugh, D. S.; Pulver, S.; Purcell, J.; Purser, R. E.; Putnam, L. L.; queer studies:; Quinn, J. B.; R&D; racial issues; Radcliffe, V. S.; Rahman, S. F.; Rajchman, J.; Rampersad, H.; Ramstad, P.; Rancière, J.; Randeria, S.; Rao, H.; Rasche, A.; rational choice theory; Ray, C. A.; realism; Reason, P.; reconstructionism; Reed, M.; Reedy, P.; reflexivity; reform environmentalism; Rehn, A.; Reiley, C. A.; relationship marketing; Renner, M.; rent-seeking; reorientationism; repetitive change syndrome; research ethics; resource dependency theory; retro-organization theory; Reynolds, M.; Rhodes, C.; Richards, D.; Richardson, A. L.; Richardson, H.; Ricoeur, P.; Rifkin, J.; Rittenberg, J.; Ritzer, G.; Roberts, J.; Robey, D.; Robinson, B.; Rodrigues, S. B.; Rollins, J.; Romm, T.; Rorty, R.; Rosa, E. A.; Rose, N.; Rosen, M.; Rosenau, P. M.; Roslender, R.; Ross, A.; Roth, K.; Rowan, B.; Rowell, A.; Roy, W. G.; Royal Society; Ruddick, S.; Rumbo, J. D.; Rumelt, R.; Russell, S.; Rynes, S.; S11 anarchists; Sahlin-Andersson, K.; Said, E.; Salaman, G.; Salanick, G.; Salencik, G.; Samra-Fredericks, D.; Sandelands, L.; Saren, M.; Sassen, S.; Saussure, F. de; Savage, M.; Sawyer, S.; Sayer, A.; Sayles, L. R.; Scapens, R.W.; Scarseletta, M.; Scheeres, H.; Schein, E.; Scherer, A. G.; Schmitter, P. C.; Schneider, S. C.; Scholte, J. A.; Schroeder, J.; Schultze, U.; Schwarz, G. M.; Schwarzkopf, S.; scientific realism; SCOS (Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism); SCOT (social construction of technology); Scott, J.; Scott, L. M.; Scott, W. R.; Scott Bader; Scully, M. A.; Seal, W.; Seddon, P.; Sedgwick, E. K.; Seidman, S.; self-identity; selfhood; Selznick, P.; Sen, J.; Sennett, R.; service proletariat; Sewell, G.; sexual harassment; sexuality; Shackleton, K.; Shaoul, J.; Shattock, M.; Shearer, T. L.; Shenhav, Y.; Sherer, M. J.; Shildrick, M.; Shipilov, A. V.; Shrivastava, P.; Shuler, S.; Sibeon, R.; Siegelbaum, L. H.; Sikka, P.; Silva, L.; Silverman, D.; Simmell, G.; Simon, H.; Simon, R.; Sinclair, A.; Singer, P.; Sirgy, M. J.; Siu, L.; Skålén, P.; Sklair, L.; Sköld, D.; Skoldberg, K.; Smircich, L.; Smith, A. M.; Smith, C.; Snehota, I.; Soares, C.; social analysis; social and political theory; social construction of technology (SCOT); social constructivism; social dynamics:; social inequality; social justice movement; social movements; social shaping of technology (SST); social theory and methodology; social work; sociological dualism:; Sommers, M. R.; Soper, K.; Sørensen, B. M.; Sorge, A.; Sorrell, T.; Sostike, D.; Sparrow, P.; Spicer, A.; Spivak, G. C.; Spybey, T.; SST (social shaping of technology); Stablein, R.; Stager Jacques, R.; stakeholder theory; Stalker, G. M.; Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS); Starkey, K.; Stavrakakis, Y.; Steel, M.; Steffy, B. D.; Stern, B.; Steven, G.; Steven, V.; Stewart, A.; Steyaert, C.; Stones, R.; Storey, J.; strategic management; strategy; Strauss, G.; Streeter, D.; structuralism; structuration theory; Sturdy, A.; Sturdy, S.; subject; subjectification; subjectivity; Suddaby, R.; Sugarman, D.; Sundaramurthy, C.; Suokannas, M.; supplementarism; sustainability:; sustainable development; Sutton, P.; Sutton, T. G.; Sveningsson, S.; Sweezy, P.; system; Tapia, A.; Taylor, B. C.; Taylor, J. R.; Taylor, P.; Taylor, S.; Taylorism; TCE (transaction cost economics); technical performativity; technocracy:; technology; ten Bos, R.; Thackaberry, J. A.; Thatchenkery, T.; theoretical realism; theory culture; Therborn, G.; Thomas, H.; Thomas, J.; Thomas, R.; Thompson, G. F.; Thompson, P.; Thornton, E.; Thrift, N.; Tilley, N.; Tinker, A. M.; Tiratsoo, N.; Tonelli, M. J.; Torfing, J.; Tosh, J.; Total Quality Management (TQM); Townley, B.; TQM (Total Quality Management); transaction cost economics (TCE); transnational corporations; Trauth, E.; Trehan, K.; Treleavan, L.; Trethewey, A.; Tronti, M.; Tsoukas, H.; tsunami (2004); Turley, S.; Tzokas, N.; UCS (Union of Concerned Scientists); Ulrich, P.; UN:; Unermann, J.; Unger, R. M.; Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS); universalism; University of Leicester School of Management; Urry, J.; Üsdiken, B.; Useem, M.; Uzzi, B.; Vaara, E.; Van de Ven, A.; van Dijk, T.; Van Every, E. J.; Van Maanen, J.; Van Witteloostuijn, A.; Vanneman, R.; Varey, R.; Varnam, R.; Veblen, T.; Venkatesh, A.; Venkatesh, V.; Ventresca, M.; Vernon, G.; Vidaillet, B.; Vurdubakis, T.; Wajcman, J.; Walker, S. P.; Wall, T. D.; Wallace, R. S.; Walsh, W. G.; Walsham, G.; Ward, R. (Bob); Warhurst, C.; Warwick Organizational Behaviour Staff (WOBS); Waterman, R. 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