Journal of Organizational Ethnography: Volume 5 Issue 3


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After Herzog: blurring fact and fiction in visual organizational ethnography

Markus Walz, Patrizia Hoyer, Matt Statler

The purpose of this paper is to introduce the unique artistic approach of film-maker Werner Herzog as an inspiration to rethink ethnographic studies in general and the…

Multiple levels of “knowing and being known”, their affiliated capital, benefits and challenges

Barbra Natifu

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the extent to which the position of a former insider with multiple levels of knowing and being known, afforded me benefits and…

Roles and identity work in “at-home” ethnography

Rita Järventie-Thesleff, Minna Logemann, Rebecca Piekkari, Janne Tienari

The purpose of this paper is to shed new light on carrying out “at-home” ethnography by building and extending the notion of roles as boundary objects, and to elucidate…

Challenges and opportunities of globalisation for an independent small manufacturer: A case study in Turkey’s shipyards

Surhan Cam, Serap Palaz

Over the past few decades, academic debates on small- and medium-sized establishments (SMEs) have focused on the challenges of globalisation, especially for the…

Learning and practicing police craft

Mike Rowe, Elizabeth Turner, Geoff Pearson

The authors consider current policy debates in the UK about the professionalisation of the police to respond to changing patterns of crime and, specifically, the…

“Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we’re into ‘better regulation’ now”: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation through enterprise in the Passive Fire Protection industry

Stephanie Russell, Matthew J. Brannan

The purpose of this paper is to explore how organizations operate in the absence of a clear regulatory authority in a self-regulating environment. Significant moves…

An exploration of the emotional impact of organisational ethnography

Angela Stephanie Mazzetti

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the diverse and strong emotions experienced by the researcher when conducting an ethnographic study in an organisational setting.

Policy implementation in the public sector: A comparison of two methods of evaluating the impact of government interventions

Jane Ladner

The purpose of this paper is to compare the plausibility and criticality of two methods of evaluating the implementation of a new government policy within a public service…

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