[We are pleased to welcome Trish Reay, Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies.] There is a wealth of information in studies categorized as Comparative Institutionalism that can provide important insights into current questions about the collective organizing of work. In the latest virtual Perspectives issue of Organization Studies, authors Jasper Hotho and Ayse Saka-Helmhout provide an overview of … Continue reading How Do Societal Institutions Affect Organizations and the Way That Work Is Organized?
Founded in 1960, Business & Society was the first journal exclusively dedicated to publishing research in the field of business and society. In their editorial from the upcoming July issue of Business & Society, editors Andrew Crane, Irene Henriques, Bryan Husted, and Dirk Matten discuss the scope of the business and society field relevant to … Continue reading Business and Society Editors on the Intersection of Business and Society
[We're pleased to welcome Paul Brook, one of the editors of Work, employment, society. All 10 articles in the On the Front Line (OTFL) collection are being made permanently free as part of Work, employment and society’s wider commitment to public sociology.] These powerful testimonies of employees’ accounts of their working lives form a series … Continue reading Unlimited Free Access to Unscripted Voices of 21st Century Workers “On the Front Line”
Russell Belk, York University, published "Examining Markets, Marketing, Consumers, and Society through Documentary Films" on August 23rd, 2011 in Journal of Macromarketing's OnlineFirst collection. Dr. Belk kindly provided the following responses to his article. Who is the target audience for this article? Those with an interest in macromarketing, historical, or film research regarding markets, marketing, … Continue reading Examining Markets, Marketing, Consumers, and Society through Documentary Films