The SAGE Handbook of Power
- Stewart R Clegg - The University of Sydney
- Mark Haugaard - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, National University of Ireland, Ireland
Organization Studies | Political Science (General) | Sociology
Internationally acclaimed as at the top of their field, Stewart Clegg and Mark Haugaard have joined forces to select a collection of papers written by scholars with global reputations for excellence.
Intended AudiencePostgraduate students and academics studying power in fields such as organization and management theory, sociology, politics, political theory and cultural studies.
Provides a wider context to the role of power and politics in organisations at times of transformational change.
This is a very relevant and essential book for all engaged with critical (social) research.
Excellent reference book on the subject.
This is being recommended to our MaST specialist teachers in their second year, as an introduction to some of the issues which they may need to consider when they go forward to write their Masters’ dissertations. It provides a good background read in an accessible form.
Only used for students interested in this topic
An incredibly valuable text, I cover power in two of my courses and for those students who have a particular interest in it, I will recommend this as essential reading. Very accessible, thorough and offering both breadth and depth to the topic.
This is an excellent book - for both referencing and theoretical information, which both undergraduate and postgraduate students can utilise