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Power Plays: How Social Movements and Collective Action Create New Organizational Forms
ABSTRACT Organizational theory emphasizes how new organizational forms are produced by technological innovation but has glossed over the role of cultural innovation. This chapter suggests that social…
Elaborating Analytic Ethnography
Among the diverse styles of qualitative methodology is what John Lofland referred to as `analytic ethnography.' In contrast to the traditional interpretive style that attempts to get at the crux of…
COVERT POLITICAL CONFLICT IN ORGANIZATIONS: Challenges from Below
▪ Abstract This review considers a class of political activity that has largely been ignored by researchers extending social movement theory into organizations: covert political conflict. Although…
Culture and Organization Theory
- C. Morrill
- 1 September 2008
Culture has become a legitimate concern and part of the basic conceptual toolkit in much of contemporary organization theory. This article historically traces the contested place of culture in…
Youth violence: What we know and what we need to know.
It is argued that the prevention of youth violence should be a national priority, based on the evidence on some major risk factors and protective factors for youth violence and the implications of the current evidence.
Social Movements and Organization Theory: THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ON ORGANIZATIONS: ENVIRONMENT AND RESPONSES
In some measure, much of the social change we have witnessed in America and elsewhere during the last several decades can be attributed to social movements, large and small. The civil rights movement…
Randomized trial testing the effect of peer education at increasing fruit and vegetable intake.
- D. Buller, C. Morrill, +6 authors T. Wentzel
- MedicineJournal of the National Cancer Institute
- 1 September 1999
Peer education appears to be an effective means of achieving an increase in fruit and vegetable intake among lower socioeconomic, multicultural adult employees.
Institutional Change Through Interstitial Emergence : The Growth of Alternative Dispute Resolution in American Law , 1965-1995 *
- C. Morrill
- Political Science
Communication strategies for dietary change in a worksite peer educator intervention.
- L. Larkey, C. Alatorre, +4 authors L. Sennott-miller
- Psychology, MedicineHealth education research
- 1 December 1999
At the heart of peer health education programs is the assumption that tapping social networks increases adoption of behavior change, yet the communication strategies used by peer educators have not…
Telling Tales in School: Youth Culture and Conflict Narratives
This study departs from mainstream criminology to approach youth conflict and violence from a youth-centered perspective drawn from cultural studies of young people and sociolegal research. To access…