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Title Organization-representation [electronic resource] : work and organization in popular culture / edited by John Hassard and Ruth Holliday.

Imprint London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 1998.

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Description 1 online resource (x, 271 pages) : illustrations
Note A collection of 13 essays by various authors.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Documentary film movement : the post office touches all branches of life / Ian Aitken -- Representing reality: cinéma vérité / John Hassard -- Cultural representation of trade unions / Peter Stead -- What is wrong with this picture? Sex and gender relations in Disclosure / Joanna Brewis -- Philadelphia : AIDS, organization, representation / Ruth Holliday -- Saloon girls : death and desire in the American West / Maggie O'Neil -- Child's play : representations of organization in children's literature / Christopher Grey -- Management gurus : what are we to make of them? / Norman Jackson and Pippa Carter -- Fictional money (or, greed isn't so good in the 1990s) / Linda McDowell -- Masculinity and madness / Rolland Munro -- Cyborganization : cinema as nervous system / Martin Parker and Robert Cooper -- Computers and representation : organization in the virtual world / Warren Smith -- Sublime technologies and future organization in science fiction film, 1970-95 / J. Martin Corbett.
Summary Clarifying the complex social relationship between organisation and its representation, contributors enhance our understanding of work and organisation and question basic, traditionally accepted distinctions between 'fiction' and 'reality'.
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Subject Organization in popular culture.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Hassard, John, 1953-
Holliday, Ruth.
Added Title Work and organization in popular culture
Other Form: Print version: Organization-representation. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 1998 9780761953920 (DLC) 97069195 (OCoLC)38722280
ISBN 9780857026095 (electronic bk.)
0857026097 (electronic bk.)
9781446280287 (ebook)
1446280284 (ebook)
0761953922 (pbk.)
9780761953920 (pbk.)