Critical Analysis of Organizations: Theory, Practice, Revitalization

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    Dedication

    In Memoriam

    Christopher Lasch

    Vivit etiamnunc ingenii afflatus.

    Acknowledgements

    I extend my heartfelt thanks to Philip Wexler for his personal and intellectual inspiration and encouragement, and for his friendship. The book is greatly indebted to his critical and generous discussion of ideas over the years. I thank, with much love, Judy Robson for her support and understanding throughout the writing of this book, and much else.

    My graduate students at the University of Auckland, especially Joe Beer and Tricia Alach, contributed much through their lively interest in discussing many of the ideas in this book. I thank them and others I haven't mentioned by name. To Margaret Tibbles, librarian par excellence, I extend many thanks for her careful reading of the draft manuscript, and to Chris Rojek my thanks for his quiet support of the project. My thanks to Brett Warburton, Nicola Gavey, Maeve Landman and Gill Denny, especially for their encouragement at timely moments.

    I acknowledge my research grants from the University of Auckland which enabled the empirical part of this research, and I thank all the people who kindly shared their stories.

    And I remember, with love, Christopher Lasch, critic of modernity, and my teacher at the University of Rochester.

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