Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
John Hassard spends much of his time researching Epistemology, Social science, Organizational theory, Organizational analysis and Postmodernism. His Epistemology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reflexivity and Politics. His research integrates issues of Index, Structure, Job satisfaction and Making-of in his study of Social science.
His studies in Organizational theory integrate themes in fields like Representation and Psychoanalysis. His Organizational analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Argument, Humanism and Service. His research investigates the connection between Postmodernism and topics such as Deconstruction that intersect with issues in Systems theory and Dialectic.
Epistemology, Public relations, Social science, Knowledge management and Restructuring are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reflexivity, Organizational analysis and Organizational theory. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Identity, Health care, Health administration, National health service and Public sector.
John Hassard interconnects Economic system, Middle management, Labour economics and Market economy in the investigation of issues within Restructuring. His Economic system study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Government. In his research, Corporation is intimately related to Management, which falls under the overarching field of Middle management.
John Hassard mostly deals with Health care, Public relations, Epistemology, Knowledge management and Social science. His work carried out in the field of Health care brings together such families of science as Middle management and Engineering ethics. The various areas that John Hassard examines in his Public relations study include Identity, Neglect, Health administration, Experiential learning and Public sector.
His Epistemology study incorporates themes from Reflexivity, Coercion, Scholarship and Contempt. His Reflexivity study combines topics in areas such as Structure and agency, Premise, Organizational theory, Objectivism and Organizational memory. His Social science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in New Foundations, Organization science, Economic geography and Ethnography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Health care, Epistemology, Narrative and Argument. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Identity, Management learning, Health administration, Public sector and National health service. His Health care research incorporates elements of Knowledge mobilization and Welfare state.
His Epistemology research integrates issues from Social science, Critical management studies, Relational leadership and Leadership development. The Social science study combines topics in areas such as Objectivism and Organizational theory. His Argument study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Promotion, Positive economics, Restructuring, Mainstream and Legitimacy.
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Postmodernism and organizations
John Hassard;Martin Parker.
British Journal of Sociology (1995)
Sociology and Organization Theory: Positivism, Paradigms and Postmodernity
Research Strategies for Organizational History: A Dialogue Between Historical Theory and Organization Theory
Michael C. Rowlinson;John Hassard;Stephanie Decker.
Academy of Management Review (2014)
Multiple Paradigms and Organizational Analysis: A Case Study
Organization Studies (1991)
Body and Organization
John Hassard;Ruth Holliday;Hugh Willmott.
London: Sage; 2000. (2000)
Actor-Network Theory, organizations and critique: towards a politics of organizing
Rafael Alcadipani;John Hassard.
Symmetrical Absence/Symmetrical Absurdity: Critical Notes on the Production of Actor-Network Accounts
Chris McLean;John Hassard.
Journal of Management Studies (2004)
Organization Unbound: Actor-Network Theory, Research Strategy and Institutional Flexibility
Nick Lee;John Hassard.
Triangulation in Organizational Research: A Re-Presentation:
Julie Rosalind Wolfram Cox;John Hassard.
The Sociology of time
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