Towards a theoretical framework for analysing organisational processes

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Title: Towards a theoretical framework for analysing organisational processes
taking Norbert Elias and Pierre Bourdieu into organisational analysis
Author: Rocha, Robson
Abstract: In this paper, I discuss how a theoretical framework can be build to analyse social processes of transformation, making the link between macro and micro processes, in which this dichotomy can be overcome. The aim of this theoretical framework is to account for the transformation in societal characteristics and changes in actors’ strategies at micro level, in a way that links macro changes and micro processes - the cognitive structures of the individual and social structures of the society. In order to build this framework, I draw from the figuration sociology of Norbert Elias, the praxeologia of Pierre Bourdieu and the work of Michael Crozier.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/6678
Date: 2004-01-28

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