Journal of Organizational Ethnography: Volume 8 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: On care values

Guest Editors: Jeppe Oute, Trudy Rudge

Making work visible in a breast cancer support business

Ariane B. Anderson, Jane Jorgenson

Breast cancer support businesses, retail stores selling mastectomy-related products, are playing an expanding role within healthcare in the USA. As commercial spaces…

Logics of care in clinical education

Sine Lehn-Christiansen, Mari Holen

The purpose of this paper is to explore how clinical nurse education and nursing students’ care practices are shaped by different logics of care.

Ethnographic reflections on access to care services

Jeppe Oute, Bagga Bjerge

The purpose of this paper is twofold: to explore how gatekeepers’ ways of regulating the researchers’ access to knowledge in/about care services reflect the systemic and…

How “care values” as discursive practices effect the ethics of a care-setting

Jeannine Therese Moreau, Trudy Rudge

This paper examines how certain care values permeate, legitimize and authorize hospitalized-older-adults’ care, technologies and practices. The purpose of this paper is to…

The practice of selecting for values in nursing

Michael Klaus Ronny Klingenberg, Caroline Pelletier

Research on the processes by which universities select candidates for nursing courses has tended to focus on the development and application of standardised methods. This…

“Bring yourself to work”: rewriting the feeling rules in “personalized” social work

Emilie Morwenna Whitaker

The purpose of this paper is to explore how feeling rules are constructed, experienced and contested within personalised social work practice. It considers how…

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