Index

Interdisciplinary Dialogues on Organizational Paradox: Investigating Social Structures and Human Expression, Part B

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ISSN: 0733-558X

Publication date: 8 July 2021

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(2021), "Index", Bednarek, R., e Cunha, M.P., Schad, J. and Smith, W.K. (Ed.) Interdisciplinary Dialogues on Organizational Paradox: Investigating Social Structures and Human Expression, Part B (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 73b), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 201-204. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0733-558X2021000073b015

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INDEX

Accidents
, 140, 149–150, 152

Ambidexterity
, 190

Ambiguity
, 165–166

Antonymies
, 30, 32

Apollonian form
, 151

Australian emergency management
, 69–71

Baecker’s analysis
, 145

Belonging paradoxes
, 113–115

Birth of Tragedy, The
, 150–151

Brisbane flood
, 71

Bureaucracies
, 32

Change
, 177

management strategy
, 168

Chaos
, 150–152

Cognitive dissonance
, 88, 91

Communications
, 52

Complexity
, 177

Comprehensive approach
, 72–73

Consilience
, 5

Contemporary emergency management, 72 (see also Emergency management)

comprehensive emergency management based on PPPR
, 73–74

economic reform
, 72–73

Cooperation
, 105

Cosmology episodes
, 77

Creativity
, 124, 126

Cultural belief systems
, 19

Cyclone Tracy
, 71–72

Decision paradox
, 50

at heart of organization
, 52–54

paradox as mundane, everyday persistence located in core operations
, 58–59

Decision premises
, 57

Deparadoxification
, 55–56

Deparadoxization
, 50

concealing and paradox latency as active work
, 59–60

need to displace and conceal paradox through
, 54–58

Developing paradoxical frames
, 32

Dialectics
, 40, 181–187

Dialetheism
, 30

Differentiation
, 152

Digital transformation
, 15

Dilemma
, 95

Dionysian
, 151–153

Disaster years
, 71

Discourses in organization theory
, 188–191

Disorganization
, 70

Distinction
, 145, 147, 167

Dual integrity
, 68

Dynamic equilibrium model of paradox
, 59, 61–62, 96

Eclecticism
, 187–188

Effectiveness
, 177

Effortless Mastery (Werner)
, 124

Embeddedness of linguistic tensions
, 111–115

Embeddness, irony of
, 166–168

Emergency management

historical embededness
, 69–72

paradox
, 66–67

ritual and reality in
, 92–96

Emergency Management Australia
, 74

Epistemology
, 6–7

Error correction
, 96

Explicitness-implicitness linguistic paradox
, 110–111

Falsidical paradoxes
, 29

Flexibility
, 8–9

Foreign languages
, 6

Form
, 142

Formal logic, 28 (see also Plural logics)

map for exploring
, 36–41

and organizational paradoxes
, 30–33

paradoxes and
, 28–30

Free Play (Nachmanovitch)
, 124

Game of authority
, 57

Generalizability-specificity linguistic paradox
, 105–108

Grabbing hold practice
, 131–132

Harmony
, 125–126

Historical data
, 68

Hybridity organizations
, 36

Icarus Paradox
, 164

Imaginary process
, 146–147

Imperial Conference (1930)
, 69

Improvisations
, 124, 126–127

Innovation
, 177

Institutional logics
, 35

Integrated approach
, 72–73

Intentionality
, 127–130

irony of
, 163–165

Interdisciplinary paradox scholarship, approaches to
, 5–17

Interdisciplinary research
, 3–4

challenges
, 4–6

possibilities for future paradox studies
, 17–19

Irony
, 164

of ambiguity
, 165–166

of embeddness
, 166–168

of intentionality
, 163–165

Jazz improvisation
, 6, 124

intentional aspects
, 128–129

intentionality and
, 127–130

paradoxes in organizations and
, 125–127

practical implications
, 134

unintentional aspects
, 129–130

Jazz inspirations
, 163–165

Jazz musicians
, 124–125, 128–129

modulate intentional control
, 130–132

Jung
, 141, 149–150

Labor government
, 71

Language
, 29, 101

embeddedness of linguistic tensions
, 111–115

explicitness-implicitness linguistic paradox
, 110–111

generalizability-specificity linguistic paradox
, 105–108

linguistic paradoxes
, 104–105

nested parodoxes within organizing paradoxes
, 115–116

universalism-particularism linguistic paradox
, 108–109

Latent tensions
, 31

Laws of Form
, 140–147

Learning paradoxes
, 112–113

“Letting go” practice
, 131–132

Liar paradox
, 27–28

Linguistic paradoxes
, 103–105

and embedded organizational paradoxes
, 106

Linguistics
, 102–103

inspirations from
, 165–166

Logic(s), 28, 88–92 (see also Formal logic)

in management and organization theory
, 33–36

map for exploring
, 36–41

of practice
, 33–34

of theory
, 33–34

Logical framing of paradox
, 36

Logical puzzles
, 27–28

Logical tradition
, 29

Logical types
, 87

Luhmann’s deparadoxization approach
, 61–62

Luhmann’s system theory
, 10

Luhmann’s writings on organizational paradox
, 50–51

decision paradox at heart of organization
, 52–54

implications
, 58–62

need to displace and conceal paradox through deparadoxization
, 54–58

Marxist dialectics
, 186

Mathematics, inspirations from
, 166–168

Melody
, 125–126

Meta-language
, 30

Methodology
, 12–13

Methodological approach
, 67–69

Methodological bricolage
, 14–15

Methodological integrity
, 67–68

Metonymy
, 107–108

Mitigation
, 67

Moore’s paradox
, 104

Multi-level paradox research design
, 16

Multiplicity
, 187–188

Music
, 5–6, 125

National Disaster Relief Committee
, 72

Natural disasters, organizational response to
, 71–72

Natural Disasters Organization (NDO)
, 71

Nested parodoxes within organizing paradoxes
, 115–116

Nietzsche
, 150–152

Nothing
, 147–150, 154–156

Ontological assumptions
, 4

Ontology
, 11

Organization(al) theory
, 17, 33–36, 126, 181

discourses in
, 188–191

inspirations
, 189–190

Organization(al)
, 102–103, 141–147

history
, 66

response to natural disasters
, 71–72

scholars
, 5

scripts
, 71

Organizational paradox
, 28, 37, 50, 66

contemporary emergency management
, 72–75

emergency management paradox
, 66–67

emergency management’s historical embededness
, 69–72

formal logic and
, 30–33

methodological approach
, 67–69

rituals and realities
, 78–81

uncertainty and
, 77–78

Organizational paradox scholarship
, 176

conversations to surface recommendations for future
, 191–193

paradox theory
, 193–194

past inspirations and future possibilities
, 176–191

Paradox
, 27–28, 87–92, 164–165, 166

of embedded agency
, 167

and formal logic
, 28–30

in management and organization theory
, 33–36

mindsets
, 31, 42

in organizations
, 125–127

organizing
, 115

of paradox
, 68

research
, 50

scholars
, 50

theory
, 4–5, 14, 50, 176, 193–194

as way of reflecting complex realities
, 177–181

Partisanship
, 181

Performing paradoxes
, 111–112

Phenomenon-driven discovery within organizational paradox research
, 178–180

Phenomenon-driven research approach
, 14

Philosophy
, 4

Plural logics
, 34–36

of practice
, 40–41

of theory
, 38–39

Plurality
, 177

Poetry, inspirations from
, 166–168

Political fragmentation
, 181

Political polarization
, 181

Political science
, 4

Post-heroic management
, 145–146

Practice theory
, 34

Pragmatic paradoxes
, 40

Prepared community approach
, 73

Preparedness
, 67

Prevention, preparedness, response and recovery approach (PPPR approach)
, 73

comprehensive emergency management based on
, 73–74

Prototypicality
, 107–108

Psychology
, 181–187

Psychology
, 4

Puzzle of recursiveness
, 167

Rationality
, 35

Re-entry
, 144–145

into organization studies
, 152–154

Reality
, 6

in emergency management
, 92–96

in organizational paradox
, 78–81

Recovery
, 67

Red Cross Disaster Services Department
, 72

Reflexivity
, 8–9

Response
, 67

Rhetorical tradition
, 29

Rhythm
, 125–126

Risk
, 68–69

management
, 76

risk-driven approach
, 73

risk-related paradoxes
, 76

Rituals

in emergency management
, 92–96

in organizational paradox
, 78–81

Russel’s paradox
, 30

Security paradox
, 66

Semantic paradoxes
, 29, 31

Seminal organizational paradox scholars, conversation provoking questions for
, 200

Set-theoretic paradoxes
, 30, 32

Seven Sermons of Death (Jung)
, 149

Sexual harassment
, 181

Singular/logic
, 34–36

of practice
, 39–40

of theory
, 38

Social embeddedness
, 167

Social paradoxes
, 10

Social structure, paradox of
, 87–96

Sociological conceptualization
, 68

Sounds
, 102

Specific Purpose Payments (SPPs)
, 72

Sterile supercoherence
, 5

Strategic ambiguity
, 165

Structural paradoxes
, 50

Superficiality
, 4–5

System complexity
, 31

Tasmanian Black Tuesday bushfires
, 71

Tensions
, 5, 8–9, 30

Theory

Luhmann’s system
, 10

of observation
, 55

organization(al)
, 17, 33–36, 126, 181

of social systems
, 51

“Third ear” practice
, 131–132

Traditional emergency management approach
, 72

Tried-and-trusted method
, 33

Ubuntu theory
, 10

Uncertainty
, 66, 68–69, 75–76

degree of
, 93

domain
, 76

and organizational paradoxes
, 77–78

source
, 39

Unexpected events
, 68

Unified diversity
, 165

Universalism-particularism linguistic paradox
, 108–109

Veridical paradoxes
, 29

Violence
, 141, 149

Words
, 102, 105, 109

Zeno’s paradox of motion
, 29