Animals and organizations

@article{Labatut2016AnimalsAO,
  title={Animals and organizations},
  author={Julie Labatut and Iain Munro and John Desmond},
  journal={Organization},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={315 - 329}
}
ions, exemplified by the gesture of ‘this is not a bite’. Massumi (2014) argues that through play we can deterritorialise ourselves and enter the ‘animal existential territory’ (p. 55). Play and becoming animal are both aspects of biophilia. Existing research within the field of organization studies on power and resistance has sadly neglected the significance of the animal in these relations. This Special Issue is in part a response to this neglect, highlighting the active role of animal agency… 
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