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Institutional theory : the cultural construction of organizations, states, and identities

Institutional theory : the cultural construction of organizations, states, and identities (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Jepperson, Ronald L., author. Meyer, John W., author.
Title Statement
Institutional theory : the cultural construction of organizations, states, and identities / Ronald L. Jepperson, University of Tulsa, John W. Meyer, Stanford University, California.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xii, 336 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781107078376 (hardback) 9781107435285 (pbk.) 9781139939744 (ebook)
요약
"The "sociological neo-institutionalism" of this volume is a creature of, reaction to, and interpreter of society in the post-war period. The line of thought developed in the 1970s. It emphasizes the way that the "actors" of contemporary society-often taken for granted in both common discourse and (unfortunately) social theory-can usefully be seen as constructions of an evolving rationalistic and individualistic culture"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Organizational sociology. New institutionalism (Social sciences). Sociology. Culture and globalization.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Credits; Preface; Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction: cultural institutionalism; Part II. Institutional Theory: Its Role in Modern Social Analysis; 2. Society without culture (1988); 3. Institutions, institutional effects, and institutionalism (1991); 4. The development and application of sociological neo-institutionalism (2002); 5. Reflections on Part II: institutional theory; Part III. The Institutional Level of Analysis: 6. Multiple levels of analysis and the limitations of methodological individualisms (2011); 7. The limitations illustrated: examples from the research literature on macrosocial change (2007); 8. Reflections on Part III: levels of analysis; Part IV. Institutions of Modernity and Post-Modernity: The Construction of Actors: 9. The ''actors'' of modern society: the cultural construction of social agency (2000); 10. Reflections: institutional theory and world society (2009); 11. Reflections on Part IV: the construction of actors; Part V. Conclusion: 12. Concluding reflections: evolving cultural models in global and national society.

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