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The ambivalent relationship between management studies and the natural sciences: A longitudinal rhetorical analysis (2011)
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Ratle, O. (2011, March). The ambivalent relationship between management studies and the natural sciences: A longitudinal rhetorical analysis. Paper presented at 4th conference on Rhetoric and Narratives in Management Research

For constructivist analysts of science, maps that define what constitutes legitimate science are variable, changeable and relatively inconsistent. Gieryn (1999) invites us to see the signifier ‘science’ as a cultural space that has no essential or un... Read More about The ambivalent relationship between management studies and the natural sciences: A longitudinal rhetorical analysis.