Situating organizational action: the relational sociology of organizations

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Mutch, A; Delbridge, R; Ventresca, M;

This paper advances a relational sociology of organization that seeks to address concerns over how organizational action is understood and situated. The approach outlined here is one which takes ontology seriously and requires transparency and consistency of position. I... View more
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