Key Concepts in Critical Management Studies
Publication Year: 2011
Subject: Critical Management Studies
Ideal as an introduction and as a quick reference, Key Concepts in Critical Management Studies explores the essential concepts used within the field today. Specially edited and written by a range of international experts, key ideas are succinctly explained and illustrated beyond a simple definition. Further reading suggestions and cross-referencing provide the reader with means to develop their knowledge further.
With over 50 entries, from Actor Network Theory to Utopianism, readers have instant access and explanation of the most influential concepts in CMS literature. Clear and engaging, this will provide strong support for all courses involving critical management and is a perfect resource for anyone with an interest in this field.
- Front Matter
- Subject Index
- Introduction: What Is Critical Management Studies?
- Alternative Organisation
- American Pragmatism
- Actor–Network Theory (ANT)
- Business Ethics
- Capitalism and Anticapitalism
- Colonialism and Postcolonialism
- Commodity Fetishism
- Consumer Culture
- Corporate Social Reporting
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Critical Accounting
- Critical Human Resource Management
- Critical International Management
- Critical Marketing Studies
- Critical Realism
- Critical Theory
- Immaterial Labour
- Labour Process Theory
- Marxism and Post-Marxism
- Political Economy
- Queer Theory
- Subjectivity and Subjectivation
- Utopia and Utopianism
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Introduction and editorial arrangement © Mark Tadajewski, Pauline Maclaran, Elizabeth Parsons and Martin Parker 2011
Accountability & Identity © Rolland Munro 2011
Aesthetics & Dialectics © Philip Hancock 2011
Alternative Organisation & Managerialism © Martin Parker 2011
American Pragmatism © Mihaela Kelemen 2011
Actor-Network Theory © Steven D. Brown 2011
Bureaucracy © Paul du Gay 2011
Business Ethics © Edward Wray Bliss 2011
Capitalism and Anti-capitalism © David Harvie & Keir Milburn 2011
Class © Peter Armstrong 2011
Colonialism and Postcolonialism © Gavin Jack & Robert Westwood 2011
Commodity Fetishism & Corporate Social Responsibility © Stephen Dunne 2011
Consumer Culture © Alan Bradshaw 2011
Corporate Social Reporting © Jeffrey Unerman 2011
Corporation © Jeroen Veldman 2011
Critical Accounting © Geoff Lightfoot 2011
Critical Human Resource Management © Sharon C. Bolton 2011
Critical International Management © Eduardo Ibarra-Colado 2011
Critical Marketing Studies & Paradigm © Mark Tadajewski 2011
Critical Realism © Geoff Easton 2011
Critical Theory © Robert Cluley 2011
Deconstruction & Poststructuralism © Campbell Jones 2011
Discourse © Cliff Oswick 2011
Environmentalism © David L. Levy 2011
Feminism © Jo Brewis & Michèle Bowring 2011
Gender © Elizabeth Parsons 2011
Globalisation © Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee 2011
Governmentality © Kaspar Villadsen 2011
Hegemony © Robin Klimecki & Hugh Willmott 2011
Hermeneutics © John O'Shaughnessy 2011
Ideology & Immaterial Labour & Labour Process Theory © Armin Beverungen 2011
Marxism and Post-Marxism © Stefano Harney 2011
Materiality © Janet L. Borgerson 2011
McDonaldisation © Alan Bryman 2011
Neoliberalism © Jo Grady & David Harvie 2011
Political Economy © Paul Adler 2011
Postmodernism © Stephen Linstead 2011
Power © Stewart Clegg 2011
Queer Theory © Nancy Harding 2011
Reflexivity © Carl Rhodes & Edward Wray Bliss 201
Sexuality © Albert J. Mills 2011
Subjectivity and Subjectivation © Nick Butler 2011
Surveillance © Rick ledema & Carl Rhodes 2011
Utopia and Utopianism © Pauline Maclaran 2011
First published 2011
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Notes on Contributors[Page vii]Editors
Prof. Pauline Maclaran is Professor of Marketing and Consumer Research at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Prof. Martin Parker is Professor of Organisation and Culture at the University of Warwick.
Dr. Elizabeth Parsons is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Keele Management School.
Prof. Mark Tadajewski is Professor of Marketing at the University of Strathclyde.Authors
Prof. Paul Adler is Harold Quinton Chair in Business Policy and Professor of Management and Organization at the University of Southern California.
Peter Armstrong is Emeritus Professor at the Management School of the University of Leicester.
Prof. Bobby Banerjee is Associate Dean (Research), College of Business at the University of Western Sydney.
Dr. Armin Beverungen is Lecturer in Organisation Studies at the University of the West of England.
Prof. Sharon C. Bolton is Professor of Organisational Analysis at the University of Strathclyde.
Prof. Janet Borgerson is Associate Professor in Philosophy and Management at the University of Exeter.
Dr. Michèle Bowring is Assistant Professor at the University of Guelph.
[Page viii]Dr. Alan Bradshaw is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Prof. Joanna Brewis is Professor of Organisation and Consumption at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Steven D. Brown is Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Alan Bryman is Professor of Organisational and Social Research at the University of Leicester.
Dr. Nick Butler is Lecturer in Organisation Studies at the University of St Andrews.
Prof. Stewart Clegg is at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Dr. Robert Cluley is at the University of Leicester.
Dr. Stephen Dunne is Lecturer in Social Theory and Consumption at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Geoff Easton is Professor of Marketing at Lancaster University Management School.
Prof. Paul du Gay is Globaliseringsprofessor at the Copenhagen Business School.
Jo Grady is Lecturer in HRM and Industrial Relations at the University of Leicester.
Dr. Philip Hancock is Professor of Management at the University of Essex.
Prof. Nancy Harding is Professor of Organisation Theory at Bradford University School of Management.
Prof. Stefano Harney is Chair in Strategy, Culture and Society at Queen Mary, University of London.
Dr. David Harvie is Lecturer in Finance and Political Economy at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Eduardo Ibarra-Colado is Professor of Management and Organization Studies at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Cuajimalpa.
Prof. Rick Iedema is at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Prof. Gavin Jack is Professor of Management at La Trobe University.
[Page ix]Dr. Campbell Jones is Senior Lecturer in Critical Theory and Business Ethics at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Mihaela Kelemen is Professor of Management Studies at Keele Management School.
Robin Klimecki is at Cardiff Business School.
Prof. David L. Levy is Professor of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Dr. Geoffrey Lightfoot is Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Accounting at the University of Leicester.
Prof. Stephen Linstead is Professor of Critical Management at the University of York.
Dr. Keir Milburn has just completed a PhD at the University of Leeds.
Dr. Albert J. Mills is Professor of Management and Director of the Sobey PhD (Management) at Saint Mary's University.
Prof. Carl Rhodes is Professor of Organisation Studies at Swansea University.
Prof. Rolland Munro is Professor of Organisational Theory at Keele Management School.
John O'Shaughnessy is at Columbia University.
Prof. Cliff Oswick is Professor of Organisation Theory and Discourse at Queen Mary, University of London.
Prof. Jeffrey Unerman is Professor of Accounting and Accountability at Manchester Business School.
Jeroen Veldman is at the University of Leicester and Assistant Professor at the University of Utrecht.
Dr. Kaspar Villadsen is Associate Professor at the Copenhagen Business School.
Dr. Robert Westwood is Professor of Organisation Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Prof. Hugh Willmott is Research Professor in Organisational Studies at the Cardiff Business School.
Dr. Edward Wray-Bliss is Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney.[Page x]