His primary areas of investigation include Popular culture, Human resource management, Knowledge management, Culture theory and Cultural studies. His study looks at the intersection of Popular culture and topics like Aesthetics with Folk culture. His Human resource management research is classified as research in Management.
John Storey has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Order and Resource management. As a member of one scientific family, John Storey mostly works in the field of Culture theory, focusing on Culturalism and, on occasion, Postmodernism, Structuralism and Art history. He combines subjects such as Newspaper, Media studies, Consumption, Globalization and Popular music with his study of Cultural studies.
John Storey focuses on Public relations, Cultural studies, Knowledge management, Anthropology and Media studies. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Context and Management, Corporate governance. His Cultural studies research integrates issues from Social science, Cultural analysis and Popular culture.
John Storey has included themes like Aesthetics and Culture theory in his Popular culture study. His study in Human resource management and Strategic human resource planning falls within the category of Knowledge management. As part of his studies on Human resource management, John Storey often connects relevant subjects like Industrial relations.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Cultural studies, Project commissioning, Aesthetics and Process management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including General partnership, Health care, Narrative and Scale. His work deals with themes such as Consumption, Performativity, Phenomenological sociology and Popular culture, which intersect with Cultural studies.
As a part of the same scientific study, John Storey usually deals with the Popular culture, concentrating on Freudian slip and frequently concerns with Postmodernism, Ideology, Culture theory, Queer theory and Culturalism. His Process management study also includes
His primary areas of study are Human resource management, Public relations, Project commissioning, Popular culture and General partnership. His Human resource management study is associated with Knowledge management. His Public relations research includes elements of Private sector, Corporate law and Scale.
The concepts of his Popular culture study are interwoven with issues in Freudian slip, Aesthetics, Cultural studies and Making-of. His Freudian slip research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Art history, Culturalism, Queer theory, Culture theory and Ideology. His work in General partnership tackles topics such as Democracy which are related to areas like Context, Political economy and Economy.
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Developments in the management of human resources: An analytical review
Human Resource Management: A Critical Text
Developments in the Management of Human Resources
Knowledge management initiatives: learning from failure
John Storey;Elizabeth Barnett.
Managing Human Resources and Industrial Relations
John Storey;Keith Sisson.
Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction
Supply chain management: theory, practice and future challenges
John Storey;Caroline Emberson;Janet Godsell;Alan Harrison.
It's a small world:managing human resources in small businesses
Nicolas Bacon;Peter Ackers;John Storey;David Coates.
Living with enterprise in an enterprise economy: Freelance and contract workers in the media
John Storey;Graeme Salaman;Kerry Platman.
New Perspectives on Human Resource Management
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