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Special Issue: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Organizations

Special Issue: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Organizations

“For psychoanalysis to continue to contribute to organizational analysis it needs also to join with critical social theory, neuro-psychology, literature, environmental sciences and philosophy, amongst others, so as to engage with the analysis of the social, the environmental and the political. The contributions presented in this volume and the recent developments in organization studies suggest that we might be witnessing the early stages of such a momentous encounter.”

Call for papers: Psychoanalysis, African Americans and Inequality

Call for papers: Psychoanalysis, African Americans and Inequality

“We are interested in submissions that explore issues of African American inequality from both clinical and theoretical perspectives.”

Case Studies and Comparability

Case Studies and Comparability

“First, my analysis demonstrates why it would be best to situate external validity as a problem of inference rather than mere representativeness, as in the traditional view. Second, the approach that I develop suggests strategies for strengthening the generalizability potential of case studies.”

A Social Theory of Trauma Part I

A Social Theory of Trauma Part I

“One thinks and acts toward others as if they stand objectively independent when, in fact, they are shot through with specific meanings, part of our inner world, imposed on others and on things.”

Bounded Rationality: Taking Another Look

Bounded Rationality: Taking Another Look

“It is maintained that even through bounded rationality provides a modified critique of “pure” rationality, this concept is grounded in male-centered assumptions that exclude alternative modes of organizing.”

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