Virtual Organizing, Virtual Worlds: An Ethnography of (Actor-Net)Working

Brigham, M and Corbett, M (2000) Virtual Organizing, Virtual Worlds: An Ethnography of (Actor-Net)Working. Working Paper. The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, Lancaster University.

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Abstract

Using insights from actor-network and post-structuralist theory, this paper attempts to describe the relational processes of virtual organizing. An ethnographic case study of a virtual organization is outlined. The paper concludes by considering ways in which organizations - virtual or otherwise - may be studied in order to provide the possibility of a form of research that reconfigures and reanimates current conventions of inquiry.

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11 Jul 2011 21:03
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