Every bite you take . . . food and the struggles of embodied subjectivity in organizations

@inproceedings{Driver2008EveryBY,
  title={Every bite you take . . . food and the struggles of embodied subjectivity in organizations},
  author={Michaela Driver},
  year={2008}
}
The purpose of this article is to offer new insights on subjectivity in organizations by examining discourses of food and their implications for how the self is constructed and embodied at work. To this end, empirical material, consisting of 35 narratives about food in organizations, is explored from different vantage points including hermeneutic, critical, postmodern and psychoanalytic perspectives. Themes examined include discourses in which food practices are associated with social… CONTINUE READING

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