Relaã‡Ã•Es De Poder Segundo Bourdieu E Foucault: Uma Proposta De Articulaã‡Ãƒo Teã“Rica Para A Anãlise Das Organizaã‡Ã•Es
AbstractThe elaboration of the present paper consists of the building of a theoretical proposal for the power relationships analysis in organizations, in an attempt of establishing a bridge between Pierre Bourdieuâ€™s and Michel Foucaultâ€™s works. These two authors were chosen for their having elaborated wide discussions concerning power, which may complete each other. The present proposal brings answers to Morin & Le Moigne (2000) and Santosâ€™ (1996) expectations concerning the search for new and wider models and explanations for social world and to the combat against the hyper-specialization of sciences. It also assists Hardy & Cleggâ€™s (2001) clamors for the transformation of the organizational studies in a group of more related and connected conversations, mainly as far as studies about power are concerned.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Universidade Federal de Lavras, Departamento de Administracao e Economia in its journal Organizacoes Rurais e Agroindustriais/Rural and Agro-Industrial Organizations.
Volume (Year): 07 (2005)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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power relationships; organizational theory; Pierre Bourdieu; Michel Foucault.; Institutional and Behavioral Economics;
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