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Zusatztext " ?the case studies?do! together! speak to methodological issues that are about more than the enrichment of a sub-field?[The volume's] publication is well timed to pause a pause for thinking about what! analytically! anthropology has to offer amidst the crisis of corporatist failure. " · JRAI Informationen zum Autor Fiona Moore is a Lecturer in International Human Resource Management at Royal Holloway, University of London, and also a member of the International Gender Studies Centre at Queen Elizabeth House. Klappentext In both professional and academic fields, there is increasing interest in the way in which white-collar workers engage with institutions and networks which are complex social constructions. Covering a wide variety of countries and types of organization, this volume examines the diverse ways in which individuals' ethnic, gender, corporate and professional identities interact. This book brings together fields often viewed in isolation: ethnographies of groups traditionally studied by anthropologists in new organisational contexts, and examinations of the role of identity in corporate life, opening up new perspectives on central areas of contemporary human activity. It will be of great interest to those concerned with practical management of institutions, as well as those of us who find ourselves working within them. Zusammenfassung There is increasing interest in the way in which white-collar workers engage with institutions and networks which are complex social constructions. Covering a wide variety of countries and types of organization, this volume examines the diverse ways in which individuals' ethnic, gender, corporate and professional identities interact. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Figures Preface Shirley Ardener Introduction: Bridging Businesses and Bureaucracies Fiona Moore Chapter 1. Matters of the Heart: The Business of English Rugby League Margaret Groeneveld Chapter 2. When Worlds Collide: British Bureaucracy Meets German Bureaucracy in the Global Finance-scape Fiona Moore Chapter 3. Image and Reality in an Israeli 'Absorption Centre' for Ethiopian Immigrants Esther Herzog Chapter 4. Loyalty and Politics: The Discourses of Liberalisation Simone Abram Chapter 5. Identities under Construction: The Case of International Education Hilary Callan Chapter 6. Portrait of an Aid Donor: A Profile of DFID Anne Coles Chapter 7. Identity Construction in Development Practices: The Government of Ghana, Civil Society, Private Sector and Development Partners Lindsay Whitfield ...

the case studiesdo, together, speak to methodological issues that are about more than the enrichment of a sub-field[The volume's] publication is well timed to pause a pause for thinking about what, analytically, anthropology has to offer amidst the crisis of corporatist failure. · JRAI



Autorentext

Fiona Moore is a Lecturer in International Human Resource Management at Royal Holloway, University of London, and also a member of the International Gender Studies Centre at Queen Elizabeth House.



Klappentext

In both professional and academic fields, there is increasing interest in the way in which white-collar workers engage with institutions and networks which are complex social constructions. Covering a wide variety of countries and types of organization, this volume examines the diverse ways in which individuals' ethnic, gender, corporate and professional identities interact. This book brings together fields often viewed in isolation: ethnographies of groups traditionally studied by anthropologists in new organisational contexts, and examinations of the role of identity in corporate life, opening up new perspectives on central areas of contemporary human activity. It will be of great interest to those concerned with practical management of institutions, as well as those of us who find ourselves working within them.



Zusammenfassung
There is increasing interest in the way in which white-collar workers engage with institutions and networks which are complex social constructions. Covering a wide variety of countries and types of organization, this volume examines the diverse ways in which individuals' ethnic, gender, corporate and professional identities interact.

Inhalt

List of Figures

Preface
Shirley Ardener

Introduction: Bridging Businesses and Bureaucracies
Fiona Moore

Chapter 1. Matters of the Heart: The Business of English Rugby League
Margaret Groeneveld

Chapter 2. When Worlds Collide: British Bureaucracy Meets German Bureaucracy in the Global Finance-scape
Fiona Moore

Chapter 3. Image and Reality in an Israeli 'Absorption Centre' for Ethiopian Immigrants
Esther Herzog

Chapter 4. Loyalty and Politics: The Discourses of Liberalisation
Simone Abram

Chapter 5. Identities under Construction: The Case of International Education
Hilary Callan

Chapter 6. Portrait of an Aid Donor: A Profile of DFID
Anne Coles

Chapter 7. Identity Construction in Development Practices: The Government of Ghana, Civil Society, Private Sector and Development Partners
Lindsay Whitfield

Produktinformationen

Titel: Professional Identities
Untertitel: Policy and Practice in Business and Bureaucracy
Editor:
EAN: 9781845450540
ISBN: 978-1-84545-054-0
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Berghahn Books
Genre: Psychologie
Anzahl Seiten: 224
Gewicht: 381g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm
Jahr: 2007