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This chapter argues that traditional conceptualizations of organizational and management control should be complemented by an elaborated theory of cultural control. Current efforts addressing the topic of control have operated with a single, overall concept (such as ideology, clan, or culture)...
One of the central foci of the organizational culture literature has been ritual. It is argued here that “ritual” has been used not so much as a formal concept, but as an informal trope in this literature, and that this use of “ritual” as a trope has failed to fulfill the expectations of...
This chapter views organizational communication from a feminist perspective. Illustrations are drawn from literature on women in management and from academic settings. Organizational cultures are depicted as dominated by male values. The processes by which such values are maintained are explored...
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