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Date: July 1, From: Organization Studies Vol. Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd. Document Type: Article.
Length: 7, words. Abstract Silence on feelings in organizational theory is deemed a twentieth century aberration, at odds with earlier assumptions and also with the deeper thrust of Max Weber's interpretative sociology which gave equal weight to irrationality and rationality.
Introduction 'The peculiarity of modern culture, and specifically of its technical and economic basis, demands this very "calculability" of results. Sign In to view the full article.