Janne Tienari focuses on Public relations, Epistemology, Identity, Mergers and acquisitions and Critical discourse analysis. Her work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Reflexivity, Qualitative research and Hegemony. Her Epistemology research includes themes of Biopower and Social identity theory.
Her Identity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organizational communication, Subjectivity, Multinational corporation and Language policy. Her Mergers and acquisitions research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Human resources, Promotion and Knowledge management. Her Critical discourse analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Political economy, Globalization, Restructuring, Rationalization and Contemporary society.
Janne Tienari spends much of her time researching Public relations, Gender studies, Epistemology, Identity and Social science. Janne Tienari interconnects Mergers and acquisitions, Marketing, Corporate reputation and Higher education in the investigation of issues within Public relations. Her study in the fields of Gender equality and Feminism under the domain of Gender studies overlaps with other disciplines such as Diversity and Ethnic group.
In general Epistemology study, her work on Boundary-work often relates to the realm of Boundary and Boundary object, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Identity research incorporates themes from Multinational corporation, Subjectivity and National identity. Her study deals with a combination of Social science and Mainstream.
Gender studies, Identity, Feminism, Epistemology and Diversity are her primary areas of study. Her Gender studies research incorporates elements of Passion and Ambivalence. Janne Tienari combines subjects such as Multinational corporation, Nationalism, Autoethnography and Racialization with her study of Identity.
The various areas that Janne Tienari examines in her Multinational corporation study include Organizational identity, Gender relations, Political economy and Neocolonialism. Her Feminism study also includes fields such as
Her primary scientific interests are in Gender studies, Media studies, Identity, Feminism and Multinational corporation. Her studies in Gender studies integrate themes in fields like Identity politics and Passion. Her Media studies study incorporates themes from Feeling, Autoethnography and Dialogical self.
Her research integrates issues of Critical discourse analysis, National identity and Nationalism in her study of Identity. Janne Tienari has included themes like Social relation, Order and Oppression in her Feminism study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gender relations, International business, Field, Positivism and Conceptualization.
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Pulp and Paper Fiction: On the Discursive Legitimation of Global Industrial Restructuring
Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari;Juha Laurila.
Organization Studies (2006)
Language and the Circuits of Power in a Merging Multinational Corporation
Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari;Rebecca Piekkari;Risto Säntti.
Journal of Management Studies (2005)
On the Narrative Construction of Multinational Corporations: An Antenarrative Analysis of Legitimation and Resistance in a Cross-Border Merger
Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari.
Organization Science (2011)
Management Consultant Talk: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Normalizing Discourse and Resistance:
Susan Merilianen;Janne Tienari;Robyn Thomas;Annette Davies.
Integration or disintegration? Human resource implications of a common corporate language decision in a cross-border merger
Rebecca Piekkari;Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari;Risto Säntti.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2005)
Justification, Legitimization and Naturalization of Mergers and Acquisitions: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Media Texts
Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari.
The International Match: Metaphors as Vehicles of Social Identity-Building in Cross-Border Mergers
Eero Vaara;Janne Tienari;Risto Säntti.
Human Relations (2003)
Ethos at stake: Performance management and academic work in universities
Kirsi Mari Kallio;Tomi J. Kallio;Janne Tienari;Timo Hyvönen.
Human Relations (2016)
Hidden contexts and invisible power relations: A Foucauldian reading of diversity research
Pasi Ahonen;Janne Tienari;Susan Meriläinen;Alison Pullen.
Human Relations (2014)
Hegemonic Academic Practices: Experiences of Publishing from the Periphery
Susan Carita Meriläinen;Janne Tienari;Robyn Thomas;Annette Davies.
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