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Chapter 1: Organizational Theorizing: A Historically Contested Terrain

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Organizational Theorizing: A Historically Contested Terrain
Organizational theorizing: A historically contested terrain
MichaelReed

Organization studies has its proximate historical roots in the socio-political writings of nineteenth century thinkers, such as Saint-Simon, who attempted to anticipate and interpret the nascent structural and ideological transformations wrought by industrial ...

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