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On SAGE Insight: The ‘ideal perpetrator’: The French National Railways and the social construction of accountability

From Security Dialogue While countless individuals, organizations, and companies made the Holocaust possible, for the past decade the French National Railways company (Société nationale des chemins de fer français, SNCF) has been one of the few entities finding itself embroiled … Continue reading

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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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My pet saved my life: Redemption stories from the homeless

Animals as lifechangers and lifesavers: Pets in the redemption narratives of homeless people From Journal of Contemporary Ethnography Scholars maintain that stories constitute “the self’s medium of being”. In this formulation, people construct and revise their sense of themselves by telling … Continue reading

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A tale of ‘shacking up’: forces affecting cohabitation

Shacking up: an autoethnographic tale of cohabitation From Qualitative Inquiry There is little doubt the landscape of family life has changed over recent decades. As divorce rates thrive and step families are far more common, family relationships may be more … Continue reading

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