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Publication . 2019

Les Evaluations Sociales en Stratégie : Légitimité, Réputation, Statut, Stigmate et Cie.

Roulet, Thomas;
Open Access
French
Published: 06 Jul 2019
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Country: France
Abstract

International audience; Ce chapitre se focalise sur les évaluations sociales des organisations – les cadres conceptuels qui permettent de comprendre la façon dont les organisations sont perçues et comment cela affecte en retour leurs relations avec les parties prenantes. Nous explorons les différences entre évaluations sociales positives – légitimité, statut et réputation – et négatives telles le stigmate ou la désapprobation. Au-delà du niveau organisationnel, ces concepts ont été analysés à d’autres niveaux avec des travaux se focalisant sur les groupes ou les individus. Nous discutons ensuite des implications méthodologiques de l’étude des évaluations sociales, ainsi que des pistes futures de recherche dans ce domaine.

Subjects

Reputational crises, Reputation risks, Statut Social, Evaluations sociales, Stigmates, [SHS.ECO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance, [SHS.SOCIO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Sociology, [SHS.INFO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences, [SHS.GESTION]Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration, [SHS.ECO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance, [SHS.SOCIO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sociology, [SHS.INFO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences, [SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration

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