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Institutional logics in action / edited by Michael Lounsbury, Eva Boxenbaum.

Contributor(s): Lounsbury, Michael | Boxenbaum, EvaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Research in the sociology of organizations: v. 39b.Publisher: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald, 2013Description: 1 online resource (xii, 350 p.) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781781909218 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Organizational sociology | Associations, institutions, etc. -- Philosophy | Logic | ก-64Newbooks : หนังสือใหม่ปี 2564 | ก-E-resource : E-resource | ก-Soci Cu : Sociology / CultureDDC classification: 302.35 Online resources: eBook-Emerald Summary: The institutional logics perspective is one of the fastest growing new theoretical areas in organization studies (Thornton, Ocasio & Lounsbury, 2012). Building on early efforts by Friedland & Alford (1991) to "bring society back in" to the study of organizational dynamics, this new scholarly domain has revived institutional analysis by embracing a focus on the dynamic and heterogeneous nature of institutions. In doing so, it has embraced a more practice-centered approach to agency that emphasizes situated interactions, the importance of history, the role of both symbolic and material elements, and the study of cross-level processes and mechanisms. This two volume set, seededby an ABC Network conference held in Banff, Alberta, CANADA in June 2012, provides a fresh set of papers by scholars at the cutting edge of research on institutional logics. As a whole, the papers provide many novel theoretical insights about institutional logics in actionfocusing on their dynamics, complexity, and evolving relationship to actors as actors actively navigate their social worlds.
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The institutional logics perspective is one of the fastest growing new theoretical areas in organization studies (Thornton, Ocasio & Lounsbury, 2012). Building on early efforts by Friedland & Alford (1991) to "bring society back in" to the study of organizational dynamics, this new scholarly domain has revived institutional analysis by embracing a focus on the dynamic and heterogeneous nature of institutions. In doing so, it has embraced a more practice-centered approach to agency that emphasizes situated interactions, the importance of history, the role of both symbolic and material elements, and the study of cross-level processes and mechanisms. This two volume set, seededby an ABC Network conference held in Banff, Alberta, CANADA in June 2012, provides a fresh set of papers by scholars at the cutting edge of research on institutional logics. As a whole, the papers provide many novel theoretical insights about institutional logics in actionfocusing on their dynamics, complexity, and evolving relationship to actors as actors actively navigate their social worlds.

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