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On SAGE Insight: Making connections: A process model of organizational identification

From Human Relations Organizational identification is conventionally defined as a sense of oneness. Yet this is static and inhibits a process view of identification, in which organizational identity is continuously adjusted. This paper asks the question: how is organizational identification … Continue reading

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Embedded dialogue and dreams: The worlds and accessibility relations of Inception

From Language and Literature Article awarded the 2014 Poetics and Linguistics Association prize Christopher Nolan’s (2010) film, Inception, has received much critical and scholarly attention, from film critics to philosophers, yet no stylistic analysis of the film has been published … Continue reading

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“What sceptics believe”: The effects of information and deliberation on climate change scepticism

From Public Understanding of Science Public opinion polls suggest that 10% of Australians, and 25% of those polled in the UK do not think that the climate is changing in any significant way with even higher figures for the USA. … Continue reading

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A psychological analysis of how mothers construct fathers’ roles in childrearing and childcare

‘For me, the children come first’: A discursive psychological analysis of how mothers construct fathers’ roles in childrearing and childcare From Feminism & Psychology  Previous western studies have shown the division of domestic childcare work between fathers and mothers to … Continue reading

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Bankers in the dock: Moral storytelling in action

From Human Relations This article examines the role of storytelling in the process of making sense of the financial crisis. Taken for granted assumptions were suddenly open to question. Financial products and practices that were once assumed to be sustainable … Continue reading

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