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Title
Globalisation and Japanese organisational culture Globalisation and Japanese organisational culture :
Type
Text
Subject
Corporations, Japanese--France--Sociological aspects.
Corporate culture--Japan.
Organizational sociology.
Business anthropology--Japan.
Business anthropology.
Corporate culture.
Corporations, Japanese--Sociological aspects.
Organizational sociology.
France.
Japan.
Japaner.
Unternehmen.
Unternehmenskultur.
Frankreich.
Unternehmen.
Unternehmenskultur.
Frankreich.
Japaner.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
Japan
France
Classification
LCC: HD2907 .S4 2007 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2007026822
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
"Globalisation - the global movement, and control, of products, capital, technologies, persons and images - increasingly takes place through the work of organizations, perhaps the most powerful of which are multinational corporations. Based in an ethnographic analysis of cross-cultural social interactions in everyday workplace practices at a subsidiary of an elite, Japanese consumer electronics multinational in France, this book intimately examines, and theorises, contemporary global dynamics."--BOOK JACKET.
Table Of Contents
Introduction
Japan's globalisation and a "subsidiary" in France
Personalising socio-technical relations
Translating power in hierarchy : seen and unseen organising
Mobilising architectures of timing and spacing : ethnographies of locations, histories of social relations
Circulating others among Japanese managers : perceiving difference, explaining to ourselves
Postscript: circulating others among anthropologists : perceiving similarity, examining ourselves.
Authorized Access Point
Sedgwick, Mitchell W., 1955- Globalisation and Japanese organisational culture