Control and Ideology in Organizations
- Graeme Salaman() (The Open University)Kenneth Thompson() (The Open University)Registered editor(s):
Designed for use by undergraduate and graduate students in sociology and MBA courses on organizational development, these essays by prominent scholars provide a general overview of theory and research on organizations, from the classic work of Weber, Durkheim, and Marx, to the most recent theoretical and empirical advances. Control and Ideology in Organizations is recommended for graduate courses in the Sociology of Work and Organizations, and Complex Organizations, as well as for related courses in urban studies, political science, public administration, and management.
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