Resistance Through Compliance: The Strategic and Subversive Potential of Frontstage and Backstage Resistance
Ybema, Sierk; Horvers, Martha;
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Cynicism, gossip, foot-dragging, simulation of productivity, etc. have been regarded by some scholars as manifestations of resistance that are subtle and unobtrusive, but still real and effective. Denying their strategic and subversive potential, others have argued that... View more
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