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Lost in familiar places: creating new connections between the individual and society

Author: Shapiro, Edward ; Carr, A. WesleyPublisher: Yale University Press, 1991.Language: EnglishDescription: 193 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0300057873Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
Main Collection
Print HM258 .S43 1991
(Browse shelf)
Available 900250126
Book Europe Campus
Main Collection
Print HM258 .S43 1991
(Browse shelf)
Available 32419001212087
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Lost in Familiar Places Creating New Connections between the Individuals and Society Contents Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part I LEARNING FROM THE FAMILY 1 Listening to Human Experience: The Importance of xi xiii 1 9 Interpersonal Curiosity 2 Living in the First Organization 3 Containing Chaotic Experience 4 Interpreting from Within Part II MOVING TO ORGANIZATIONS 5 From the Family to Larger Organizations 6 The Interpretive Stance 7 An Organizational Illustration Part III APPLYING THE INTERPRETIVE STANCE 8 A Consultation to a Unit in a Mental Hospital 9 Coping with Unbearable Feelings 10 The Unit's Use of the Interpretive Stance 11 Values and Beliefs within a Law Firm 11 22 35 50 61 63 75 88 95 97 111 123 133 x CONTENTS Part IV DEVELOPING WIDER INTERPRETATIONS 145 147 157 167 178 181 185 189 191 12 Organizations as Symbols: A Study of a Church 13 Irrationality and Dependency: A Method for Survival 14 Society, Institutions, and the Individual Final Reflections Notes Bibliography Permissions Index

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