Change and inertia in (re)formation and commodification of migrant workers’ subjectivities: An intersectional analysis across spatial and temporal dimensions

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Samaluk, Barbara (2015)
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Pierre Bourdieu, the French sociologist, philosopher, and anthropologist, has been widely studied and analyzed in academic circles, particularly in sociology, where his ideas about power relations in social life helped to define the contemporary field. While many other sociological theories and figures have been extensively discussed and analyzed within the contexts of organization studies and management, Bourdieu’s ideas have, until recently, been largely ignored. Offering an authoritative evaluation of Bourdieu’s work, this book provides readers with conceptual frameworks, empirical examples, and methodological considerations for advancing theory and research in management and organization studies. \ud \ud Table of Contents\ud \ud 1. Introduction Part 1: New Frontiers in Theory Building 2. Theorizing at Multiple Levels3. Theorizing Change and Inertia4. Carnal Theorizing Part 2: Empirical Insights 5. Understanding Management and Organizations as Bourdieuan Fields6. Illusio and Doxa in the Context of Managerial and Organizational Practice7. Framing Symbolic Violence in Management and Organizations8. Researching Habitus9. Exploring Different Forms of Capitals10. On the Possibilities of Strategic Agency in Organizations Part 3: Methodological Reflections 11. Relational Methods in Management and Organization Studies12. A Reflexive Turn in Researching Management and Organizations13. Scholarship with Commitment 14. Conclusion
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