作者 Adorisio, Anna Linda Musacchio
書名 Storytelling in organizations [electronic resource] : from theory to empirical research / Anna Linda Musacchio Adorisio
出版項 Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
國際標準書號 9780230271753
0230271758
國際標準號碼 10.1057/9780230271753 doi
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說明 xiii, 210 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Stories, Narratives and Storytelling Practices -- Narrative Researchin Organizational Studies-- From Theory to Empirical Research -- Methodology and Methods -- Las Cruces: Stories from a Southwestern Bank -- From Empirical Research to Discussion of Findings -- Living Among Stories: Consolidated Narratives and Rough Fragments -- Models of Decision-Making and the Everydayness of Decisions
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Storytelling in organizations is a notion that encompasses both the stories that the organization produces and the ones told by its members. This book aims at studying life in organizations using a storytellingperspective. Storytelling is treated as a practice performed by organizational members and the emphasis is placed on the experience of such individuals. An extensive literature reviewon narrative, stories and storytelling is provided in the first two chapters together with an in-depth treatment of an empirical case coming from an American banking institution, which serves as a basis for a return to theory and for the articulation of a new line of research. The core of the research contribution must be detected, in fact, in the recognition of the ambivalence ofstorytelling acts, which witness a constant movement between the consolidated, socially plotted narratives, and the rough and unfinished fragments
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鏈接 Original 9780230230682 0230230687 (OCoLC)317926591
主題 Communication in organizations
Storytelling
Communication in organizations -- United States -- Case studies
Storytelling -- United States -- Case studies
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