By Sierk Ybema (ed.), Dvora Yanow (ed.), Harry Wels (ed.), Frans Kamsteeg (ed.)
Organizational Ethnography brings contributions from best students in organizational reviews that aid to advance an ethnographic point of view on agencies and organizational study. The authors discover the detailed difficulties confronted by means of organizational ethnographers, from questions of getting access to learn websites to varied kinds of writing ethnography, the function of friendship family within the box, moral concerns, and criteria for comparing ethnographic paintings.
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One has to continuously interpret these (often idealized) narratives in terms of one’s understanding of local social differentiation and broader processes, while exploring other possible interpretations (often derived from theoretical literature) in terms of their heuristic fertility. Organizational processes are rich in symbols that reveal important meanings and relationships, such as status differences, local values and a sense of heritage. Such symbols provide condensed indications of socially relevant knowledge.
Closer to home, our COM colleagues provided a pleasant working environment by offering their ideas, support and humour, and we thank in particular Heidi Dahles, Alfons van Marrewijk, and Marcel Veenswijk for sharing their thoughts with us throughout the project, and Saskia Stehouwer for her patient manuscript preparation. Finally, we also extend our thanks to Evert Thielen for permission to use his multi-panelled painting ‘Unified’ (1993–1996) for the cover of the book. We have selected a detail from the workaday section of the painting that so wonderfully portrays the complexities of everyday organizational life.
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Organizational Ethnography: Studying the Complexities of Everyday Life by Sierk Ybema (ed.), Dvora Yanow (ed.), Harry Wels (ed.), Frans Kamsteeg (ed.)