Business economics, Public relations, Discourse analysis, Power and Organizational behavior are her primary areas of study. Business economics is intertwined with Social science, Organizational change, Embeddedness, Palestine and Knowledge management in her study. Her studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like Entrepreneurship, Legitimacy, Politics, Qualitative research and Competitive advantage.
Her Discourse analysis study incorporates themes from Narrative, Sensemaking, Empirical research, Field and Social constructionism. Her work in Power addresses subjects such as Refugee, which are connected to disciplines such as Compliance and Representation. Her Organizational behavior research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conversation and Action.
Her primary areas of investigation include Business economics, Public relations, Power, Discourse analysis and Social science. Cynthia Hardy has researched Public relations in several fields, including Organizational behavior, Knowledge management, Legitimacy, Politics and Process. Her Politics research includes elements of Qualitative research and Retrenchment, Public administration.
Her Power study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Context, Resistance, Social psychology and Refugee. In her work, Critical discourse analysis and Gender studies is strongly intertwined with Identity, which is a subfield of Discourse analysis. Her research in Social science tackles topics such as Organizational studies which are related to areas like Organizational behavior and human resources and Engineering ethics.
Her primary scientific interests are in Business economics, Sensemaking, Power, Discourse analysis and Social science. Her Sensemaking research is under the purview of Public relations. Her research ties Space and Public relations together.
Her Power research incorporates themes from Resistance, Gender studies, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. Her study in Discourse analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Supply chain management and Media studies. The Social science study combines topics in areas such as Resistance and French Resistance, World War II.
Her primary areas of study are Business economics, Discourse analysis, Power relations, Subjectivity and Social science. Her Business economics investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Process management, Bridging, Ephemeral key, Process research and Phenomenon. Cynthia Hardy is studying Civil discourse, which is a component of Discourse analysis.
Her Power relations study is related to the wider topic of Power. As part of her studies on Subjectivity, Cynthia Hardy often connects relevant subjects like Gender studies. Her work carried out in the field of Social science brings together such families of science as Redress, Organizational analysis, Embodied cognition and Set.
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Discourse Analysis: Investigating Processes of Social Construction
Nelson Phillips;Cynthia Hardy.
Institutional entrepreneurship in emerging fields: HIV/AIDS treatment advocacy in Canada
Steve Maguire;Cynthia Hardy;Thomas B. Lawrence.
Discourse and Institutions
Nelson Phillips;Thomas B. Lawrence;Cynthia Hardy.
Handbook of Organization Studies
Larry Hubbell;Stewart R. Clegg;Cynthia Hardy;Walter R. Nord.
Sustained product innovation in large, mature organizations: Overcoming innovation-to-organization problems.
Deborah Dougherty;Cynthia Hardy.
Academy of Management Journal (1996)
Institutional Entrepreneurship as Embedded Agency: An Introduction to the Special Issue:
Raghu Garud;Cynthia Hardy;Steve Maguire.
Institutional effects of interorganizational collaboration: The emergence of proto-institutions
Thomas B. Lawrence;Cynthia Hardy;Nelson Phillips.
Resources, Knowledge and Influence: The Organizational Effects of Interorganizational Collaboration*
Cynthia Hardy;Nelson Phillips;Thomas B. Lawrence.
Discourse and Collaboration: The Role of Conversations and Collective Identity
Cynthia Hardy;Thomas B. Lawrence;David Grant.
Discourse as a Strategic Resource
Cynthia Hardy;Ian Palmer;Nelson Phillips.
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