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How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts, and Materiality in Organizatio

Couverture du livre « How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts, and Materiality in Organizatio » de Paul R Carlile Davide Nicolini Ann Langley Haridim aux éditions Oup Oxford
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Although human lives towards the second half of the twentieth century became increasingly mediated by objects and artifacts and have depended heavily on the functioning of technical systems, materiality in a broad sense became relatively marginalized as a topic of research interest. This volume... Voir plus

Although human lives towards the second half of the twentieth century became increasingly mediated by objects and artifacts and have depended heavily on the functioning of technical systems, materiality in a broad sense became relatively marginalized as a topic of research interest. This volume contributes to redressing the balance by drawing together the work of scholars involved in exploring the sociomaterial dimensions of organizational life. It will look at theway material objects and artifacts are conceived in organizations, and how they function in interaction with human agents.The book offers a new conceptual repertoire and vocabulary that allows deeper thought and discussion about the inherent entanglement of the social and material. Like the preceding volumes in the Perspectives on Process Organization Studies series, the book displays the richness that characterizes process thinking, and combines philosophical reflections with novel conceptual perspectives and insightful empirical analyses.

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