Raza Mir, Anne-Laure Fayard
July 6, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 575 Pages - 12 Color Illustrations
ISBN 9781138496422 - CAT# K350547
Series: Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting
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Interest in anthropology and ethnography has been an on-going feature of organizational research and pedagogy, this book provides a key reference text that examines these criteria and that pulls together the different ways in which anthropology infuses the study of organizations, both epistemologically and methodologically.
The volume hosts key scholars and experts within the fields of Organizational Anthropology, Organizational Ethnography, Organizational Studies and Qualitative Research.
The book provides a combination of methodological guidelines, exemplars and epistemological reflection. It includes methodological viewpoints, ethnographic journeys within organizations as well as beyond organizations, and individual reflections on challenges faced by organizational ethnographers.
This book is aimed at PhD, master and advanced undergraduate students and researchers across disciplines, especially those who are engaged with general management, organizational behaviour, strategy and anthropological/ethnographic issues.
Introduction: Raza Mir and Anne-Laure Fayard
1. Archival ethnography. Stephanie Decker (Aston University) and Alan McKinlay (Newcastle University).
2. A History of Markets Past: The Role of Institutional Memory Failure in Financial Crises. Natalya Vinokurova (University of Pennsylvania).
3. What good is the ethnographic interview? John Weeks (IMD).
4. Frames of the Field: Ethnography as Photography. Mikko Vesa, Mikaela Krohn & Frank den Hond (Hanken School of Economics).
5. Ethnography air-conditioned. Nahoko Kameo (New York University).
6. Consumer Culture Theory: An Anthropological Contribution to Consumption Studies, Eric J. Arnould (Aalto University), Craig J. Thompson (University of Wisconsin) and Melea Press (SKEMA Business School)
7. Green governmentality: Managing markets in contemporary India. Johan Fischer (Roskilde University).
8. "How do I like being a policewoman? I’m very happy!" Pakistani Policewomen and the Challenge of Presentational Data. Sadaf Ahmad, (Lahore University of Management Sciences).
9. Impact quantification and integration in impact investment. Tom P. Vandebroek, Fabrizio Ferraro, Alice Mascena, and Heinrich Liechtenstein (IESE).
10. Exploring the accomplishment of inter-organizational collaboration: The value of thick descriptions. Emmanouil Gkeredakis, (Warwick Business School).
11. A multi-sited approach to policy realization and managerial work Ursula Plesner and Lise Justesen (Copenhagen Business School).
12. Still a man’s world: Tokyo Fashion Week in the global field of fashion. Yuiko Fujita (Meiji University).
13. What makes resilience? An ethnographic study of the work of prison officers Mette Mogensen & Elisabeth Naima Mikkelsen, Copenhagen Business School.
14. The Creative Use of Insider Ethnography as a Means for Organizational Self Investigation: The "Essence of Tesco" Project. Mary Yoko Brannen, Terry Mughan (University of Victoria) and Fiona Moore (University of London).
15. Contextual Analytics: Using Human Science to Strengthen Data Science Approaches in the Development of Algorithms. Mikkel Krenchel and Christian Madsbjerg (ReD Associates).
16. Organisational dilemmas, gender and ethnicity: A video ethnographic approach to talk and gestures in homeless shelter consultations. Nanna Mik-Meyer (Copenhagen Business School).
17. Capturing the microfoundations of institutions: A confessional tale of the glorified field. Hendra Raharja Wijaya (Rotterdam School of Management).
18. Five ways of seeing events (in Anthropology and Organization Studies). Stefanie Mauksch (University of Leipzig).
19. Tweeting the marginalized voices: A netnographic account. Snehanjali Ashish Chrispal, (University of Melbourne) and Hari Bapuji (University of Melbourne).
20. What are we missing? Exploring ethnographic possibilities beyond OS conventions. Patrizia Zanoni (University of Hasselt) and Tammar Zilber (Hebrew University of Jerusalem).
21. Why does the study of alternative organizations (so badly) need anthropology? Stéphane Jaumier (Grenoble Ecole de Management).
22. Ethnography in times of crisis: Reflections on the Tunisian revolution. Hela Yousfi (Paris Dauphine University) and Chahrazad Abdallah (Université du Québec à Montréal).
23. It is Not that All Cultures Have Business, But That All Business Has Culture. Heung-wah Wong (The University of Hong Kong).
24. Ethnography and the Traffic in Pain. Mark de Rond (University of Cambridge).
25. Fieldwork in work worlds. Robert Jackall (Williams College).
26. Withdrawal pains and gains: Exiting from the field. John Van Maanen (MIT).