Resistance, Misbehavior, and Dissent

Collinson, David L. and Ackroyd, Stephen (2009) Resistance, Misbehavior, and Dissent. In: The Oxford Handbook of Work and Organization. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199299242

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Abstract

The title of this article implies a continuum of oppositional workplace practices ranging from, through misbehavior, to dissent. This article gives a review of the disciplines that initially revealed this subject area. Not including the early consultancy studies, it is within the last fifty years that this subject area was even noticed, and it was well after this that it began to be seen as a field of study. There is no claim here that resistance, misbehavior, and dissent had entirely escaped attention before 1950, but, rather, there was little recognition of the range of related behavior that might be studied. Furthermore, this article gives a review of the main perspectives on this field of study today. It distinguishes four distinct perspectives: managerialist organizational behavior, labor process, post-structuralism, and feminism. Finally, it looks at resistance and misbehavior in different kinds of contemporary organizations.

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13 Oct 2020 08:13
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