Index

Justification, Evaluation and Critique in the Study of Organizations

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ISSN: 0733-558X

Publication date: 1 June 2017

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(2017), "Index", Justification, Evaluation and Critique in the Study of Organizations (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 52), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 399-403. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0733-558X20170000052019

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INDEX

Academia
, 252–255

Accounting test
, 226–227

Accounting values

accounting test
, 226–227

compromise and controversy
, 211–220

compromise of worths
, 227–229

compromise situations
, 217–220

empirical settings
, 220–234

managing multiplicity
, 220–226

qualified object
, 214–215

SET
, 229–234

tests of worth
, 215–217

Adversarial discursive strategies
, 161

American pragmatism
, 9

Assess worth
, 245

Boltanski’s justice
, 313–317

Boltanski’s love
, 309–313

Bourdieu-based approach
, 9

Bourdieusian sociology
, 23

Business simulation
, 251–257

Civic world
, 11, 179

Coherentism
, 350

Commercialization trajectory
, 251–252, 257–258

Common good
, 280–281

Common worlds
, 10

Competitions
, 392

Complex domination
, 114–115

financial intermediation
, 131–132

Lemieux’s approach
, 118–120

power
, 134–136

Complex financial domination
, 16

Compromise
, 75, 79, 82

Compromise of worths
, 227–229

Compromise situations
, 217–220

Concern for community, and member benefit
, 89–90

Contemporary societies
, 7, 17

Conventions

legitimate
, 59

sociology of
, 74, 75, 78–79

Co-operation
, 91–92

Co-operatives
, 75, 80, 89

Coordination
, 386–389

Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
, 21, 22

County Agricultural Departments (DDAs)
, 277

County Amenities Departments (DDEs)
, 277

Critical capacities
, 22

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)
, 152

Critical sociology
, 6

Critique
, 4, 5, 10, 11, 75, 79, 82

Data analysis
, 82–84, 123–125

Data collection
, 81–82

Democratic debate
, 286–287

Democratic member control
, 84–86

Democratizing critical theory
, 8

Dialogue

conformity to
, 40–43

moral legitimacy emerging
, 56–63

negotiating moral legitimacy
, 52–56

Domestic heritage and quality of life
, 282–283

Domestic world
, 11, 179

Domination
, 112–120, 145, 148, 149

Downscaling energy view
, 194

Early adoption
, 384–386

École des Hautes E´ tudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
, 383

Ecological argument
, 282

Ecological cause, media coverage of
, 284–285

Ecological goods, market value of
, 285

Ecological justification

cover of nature
, 275–278

invocation of nature
, 274–275

nature in polity
, 278–290

polity to ecosystem
, 290–296

Economies

of enrichment
, 20

member economic participation
, 86–89

national economic competiveness
, 146

of worth perspective
, 175

Economies of Worth (EW)

conceptual grammar
, 10–12

intellectual origins of
, 6–10

typology of
, 35

Economies of Worth (Stark)
, 4

Economy of enrichment
, 20

Ecosystem

balance in system
, 293–295

biological integration
, 295–296

biosphere
, 295–296

referent community
, 290–293

Empirical setting
, 79–81

Energy

downscaling energy view
, 194

justified energy
, 191–196

material consequences of
, 177

security
, 156

Energy regimes

energetic foundations of societies
, 180–183

energy problematic
, 183–189

justifications
, 176

re-valuing energy
, 189–196

social science
, 177–180

theory
, 177–180

Energy security
, 156

Environment, industrial efficiency and technical approach to
, 286

Environmental movement, ecological thinking
, 185–186

Ethnomethodology
, 7

Evidentialism
, 350

EW tool box
, 211–220

See also Economies of Worth (EW)

Externalism
, 350

Fetus, engendering
, 327–328

Field-configuring events
, 5

2008 Financial crisis
, 15

Financial intermediation

complex domination in
, 131–132

formatting and impeding critique
, 132–133

grammars of
, 125

internal critique of
, 125–134

natural grammar
, 126–129

public jurisdiction
, 133–134

realistic grammar
, 129–131

Financial intermediation industry
, 120–122

Foundationalism
, 350

Foundherentism
, 350

Fracking
, 144, 145

contestation of
, 160–162

data analysis
, 152–156

vs. justifications
, 156–160

UK parliamentary inquiries into
, 150–152

in United Kingdom
, 149–150

French pragmatist sociology
, 35

French Pragmatist Sociology
, 4, 9, 10, 21

Global Execution Services (GES)
, 122–123, 125

Global politics
, 191–196

Gods, highlight of
, 339

Good of small group
, 279–280

Grammars
, 110, 112, 116–119

conceptual grammar
, 10–12

financial intermediation
, 125

Lemieux’s notion of
, 110

natural grammar
, 126–129

realistic grammar
, 129–131

Green development
, 19

Green order of worth

critical lever
, 287–288

new polity
, 288–289

Green world of worth
, 179

Groupe de Sociologie Politique et Morale (GSPM)
, 383

Hydrocarbon and strategic interests
, 186–187

Industrial-energy regime
, 16

Industrial pollution
, 187–189

Industrial world
, 11, 179

Infinitism
, 350

Innovation
, 13

Inspired world
, 11

Institutional logics
, 76

Interests, generalisation of
, 277–278

Internalism
, 350

Justifications
, 14–16, 145–149

of agreement
, 356–357

of common worlds
, 357–359

concentrated energy enables industrial society
, 181–183

of critique
, 359–362

energy regimes
, 176

and engagements
, 367–368

of ethics
, 352

of existence
, 351

vs. fracking
, 156–160

and hierarchy of goods
, 166–167

of justice
, 352–354

of justification
, 363–368

of perspective
, 354

of practice
, 362–363

of presuppositions
, 355–356

Justified energy
, 191–196

Knowledge commercialization
, 18, 243–244, 244–245

Languages of government
, 276–277

Legitimacy

certainty
, 58–59

scope
, 56–58

See also Moral legitimacy

Legitimacy maintenance
, 5

Legitimate conventions
, 59

Lemieux’s grammars
, 116–118

Love and Justice as Competences (Boltanski)
, 8

Love and violence

Boltanski’s love
, 309–313

erotics of Boltanski’s justice
, 313–317

integral to institutional life
, 320–321

new modes of action
, 306–308

OJ’s mode of action
, 304–306

pathway to justice
, 317–320

return of religious
, 308–309

Management tool
, 257–263

Managerial domination
, 110

Managing multiplicity
, 220–226

Manufacturing
, 13

Market world
, 11

Materiality
, 12

Member economic participation
, 86–89

Missing children
, 326–327

Modernity
, 174, 175, 189

Moral justification

agency and dialogical resources
, 44–47

differential power and capability
, 48

focus on moral
, 44

higher common principle
, 47

investment
, 48–49

moral legitimacy, processual view of
, 48

temporary truces
, 47

See also Justifications

Moral legitimacy
, 14

antagonism creates niche legitimacy
, 62–63

approaches to
, 36–37

communicative approach
, 40–43

compromise
, 52–54

compromise creates fragile legitimacy
, 60–61

external jolts
, 50–51

institutional logics
, 39–40

negotiating antagonism
, 55–56

negotiating transcendence
, 54–55

Parsonian approaches
, 38–39

processual view of
, 48

social movements
, 50

transcendence creates strong legitimacy
, 61–62

types of
, 59–63

uncertainty
, 49–50

unique situations
, 51

Weberian approaches
, 37–38

Moral multiplexity
, 14

National economic competiveness
, 146

Nature

cover of
, 275–278

invocation of
, 274–275

in polity
, 278–290

Neoliberalism
, 137

Net Present Value method (NPV)
, 226

Non-government organisations (NGOs)
, 145

On Justification (Boltanski)
, 4, 8, 10, 110, 384, 386

Orders of worth
, 75, 175, 200

data analysis
, 248–251

data collection
, 248

knowledge commercialization
, 243–244

research context
, 247–248

valuation
, 243–244, 245–247

Organizational phenomena
, 5

Organizational research
, 9

Personal good
, 278–279

Pluralism
, 10, 13, 14

individual responses to
, 76–78

sociology of conventions
, 78–79

vision of
, 74

Political instantiation
, 75

Political instantiations
, 90–91

Political regime
, 162–164

discursive strategies
, 145–149

discursive strategies confirming reality
, 162–164

justifications
, 145–149

Political regimes, domination and
, 167–168

Political theory
, 306

Politics
, 145

domination of
, 149

Power

complex domination
, 134–136

financial organizations
, 137–139

of justification mechanisms
, 136

Power relations
, 110, 111

Pragmatic
, 91–92

Pragmatic approach
, 5

Pragmatic dimension
, 7

Pragmatic instantiation
, 75

Pragmatic sociology (PS)
, 16, 110, 111, 112–113

Pragmatic sociology and power
, 112–113

Production

justice’s absence of
, 321–323

spirit and collection
, 323–326

Professional sociologists
, 8

Promotional discursive strategies
, 160

Protean Defence Associations
, 275–276

Public management contexts, decision-making in
, 5

Public-sphere conversation
, 178

Reality, discursive strategies and confirmation of
, 165

Reality tests
, 146

Reformist
, 91–92

Reformist instantiation
, 75

Relational discursive strategies
, 161

Return of institution

domination
, 329–332

religion
, 335–339

value
, 329–335

Sales and profit
, 13

Satellite imagery changes perception
, 184

Self-reinforcing communicative logic
, 242

Social competences and capacity
, 9

Social construction
, 17

Social contexts
, 350

Social responsibility
, 13

Sociology of conventions
, 76–79

Socio-Pragmatic Perspective
, 20

Soft capitalism
, 210

South West Yarragadee (SWY)
, 228–229

Symmetry
, 11

Synergistic assemblage
, 260–263

Technology transfer office (TTO)
, 259

Tests of worths
, 215–217, 229–232

Theater of representation
, 210

Thévenot’s engagements
, 115–116

Traditional sociology
, 111

Valuation
, 390–393

concept of
, 4

sociology of
, 242

Value creation activities
, 210

World of fame
, 11