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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organization

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Graeme Salaman and Kenneth Thompson.
    ContributionsSalaman, Graeme., Thompson, Kenneth, 1937-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD31 .C626
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 330 p. :
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4123986M
    ISBN 100262690691
    LC Control Number80080811

    The article presents a commentary by Richard M. Weiss on Jill Graham's review of his book “Managerial Ideology and the Social Control of Deviance in Organizations,” from the April, issue. The author contends that Graham misrepresented the general message of the book. He explains that Graham characterized the book's review of research on the nature of alcohol problems and of workplace Cited by: 1. A study examined the impact of structure and organizational ideology on organizational communication and the efficacy of that communication behavior with reporters. To do this, a model was formulated and tested. A random sample of articles focusing on non-elective organizations was drawn from seven Maryland, Delaware, and District of Columbia newspapers, and questionnaires were sent to chief.

    Abstract [The study of decision making] is complicated by the difficulties of assessing to what extent rational devices actually are used in making decisions, particularly by higher-ups. Understanding Ideology-Driven Organizations and their Structure - Abrarali Saiyed Abstract: Study of most organizations is based on the principles put forth by Max Webber and is applicable directly to public and private enterprises rather than the social sector organizations.

    Or, were they meant to be helpful and were used by others to control people? Was the Bible that was completed years ago written by 40 different authors over years designed to control people? Was the Quran written years ago also written for this purpose? What about the Bhagavad-Gita, the Urantia Book, the Book of Mormon, etc.   Libertarian Ideology. Uplift all laws and ethical considerations from the practice and Libertarian media will be yielded. Freedom of press will give more freedom to media to reveal the real things happening in the society without any censorship or any authority blockades. Ignores need for reasonable control of media. Libertarian ideology of.


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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 l and Ideology in Organizations is recommended for Format: Paperback.

Print book: English: 1st MIT Press edView all editions and formats Summary: 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.

Organisational ideology consists of the beliefs concerning organisation that make it distinct from other organisations. In opinion of Henry Mintzberg, organisational ideology develops in three stages. At first, the ideology is created from sense of mission. Later it develops as traditions and stories, sagas are created.

Finally, the new members of organisation are affected by the ideology. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Control and ideology in organizations.

Milton Keynes, Eng.: Open University Press, (OCoLC) Weiss examines the disease model of alcoholism and how bureaucratically rigid organizations use it to justify their control of employee behavior.

He looks at the relations among control programs encountered by management and their inclination to have an Format: Hardcover. Ideological Control in Nonideological Organizations by B C Joerges (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by:   "A particularly relevant book for those with backgrounds in systems, groups, or health administration.

This excellent work strives to balance individual and organizational dynamics. Kernberg is one of the few psychoanalysts who apply psychoanalytic and systems theories to organizations [An] excellent collection."—.

The paper is an analysis of ideology as an effective form of control in organizations. Therefore, the fundamental issues of the regarded ideology and control mechanisms related to it have been Author: Roman Lewandowski.

Control and ideology in organizations / edited by Graeme Salaman and Kenneth Thompson. HD 31 C New perspectives in organization research / edited by W.W. Cooper, H.J. Leavitt [and] M.W. Shelly II. Organization scholars have long acknowledged that control processes are integral to the way in which organizations function.

While control theory research spans many decades and draws on several rich traditions, theoretical limitations have kept it from generating consistent and interpretable empirical findings and from reaching consensus concerning the nature of key s: 1. An ideology is a set of beliefs and values attributed to a person or group of persons, especially as held for reasons that are not purely epistemic.

Formerly applied primarily to economic, political, or religious theories and policies, in a tradition going back to Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, more recent use treats the term as mainly condemnatory. The term was coined by Antoine Destutt de. Organizational Socialization: The Student Teacher and Pupil Control Ideology Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Educational Research 61(4) January with 79 Reads.

Ideology and work and organizational psychology The concept of ideology is used in different ways in WOP, but primarily in relation to how ideological beliefs drive workplace. 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. Books shelved as ideology: by George Orwell, The Sublime Object of Ideology by Slavoj Žižek, The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, Atlas Shrugged by.

Ideological Control is a concept introduced by the Marxists. It means to control someone not physically, but mentally, in a subtle, sub-conscious manner. You are not aware you are ideologically. Week 8 — Cultural Studies and Critical Theory.

In the outside-the-book reading for this week, you were asked to read an article that presents a model of socialization. Ideology functions Author: Libby Hemphill.

This paper provides an experiential exercise to increase understanding of employees’ attraction to ideological organizations and its relation to employees’ perception of loyalty, value congruence, and affective organizational commitment.

Three separate conditions influencing employee attraction to organizational ideology are loyalty, value congruence, and affective : Albert S. King, Barbara Ehrhard. The article presents a review of the book “Managerial Ideology and the Social Control of Deviance in Organizations,” by Richard M.

by: 4. A power, we note, practiced not through coercion but through consent (e.g., Hogan ; Schiff ; Monbiot )—that is, through cultural processes such as language and ideology Exactly how, then, do corporations (and people in corporations) use language and ideologies to.

WHAT IS IDEOLOGY? John Levi Martin University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. Abstract Political ideology has been a confusing topic for social analysts, and those who attempted to eschew judgmental reductions of others’ conceptions and develop a non-polemical.Political Ideologies An Introduction a form of social control.

The values of elite groups such as political and military leaders, What is ideology? This book is primarily a study of political ideologies, rather than an analysis of the nature of ideology. Much confusion stems from the fact that, though obviously related, ‘ideology’ and.acceptance of external control explanations.

Personality theory is not seen as relevant to either internal or external control explanations. The longest chapter of the book reviews organization-level rational action, specifically, three major theoretical approaches: market failures, Marxist theory, and structural contingency theory.