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SHOW ME HOW IT FEELS TO WORK HERE: USING PHOTOGRAPHY TO RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONAL AESTHETICS

@inproceedings{Warren2002SHOWMH,
  title={SHOW ME HOW IT FEELS TO WORK HERE: USING PHOTOGRAPHY TO RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONAL AESTHETICS},
  author={Samantha Warren},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper I discuss the potential role and utility of photographs in exploring the aesthetic dimension of processes of organizing. Beginning with a review of the growing significance within organization and management studies literature of the so-called ‘non-rational’ elements of human-being at work, I question why these issues appear to have become subjects worthy of specific scholarly attention at the turn of the century (Williams 2001). Within this discussion, I recognise the embodied… Expand
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