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dc.contributor.authorKonecki, Krzysztof
dc.identifier.citationKrzysztof Konecki (1990) in: ed. B. Turner 'Organizational Symbolism', Berlin, New York: Gruyter, 55-66.en
dc.description.abstractThe present paper concentrates on 'worker flirting' as one of the forms of interactional ritual in the culture of an organization. It is thus only an illustration of the interactional dimension of the culture of an organization. The paper deals with interactional ritual in an industrial organization and is based on an empirical study carried out in a radio-electrical plant, "Z," which employs 1,500 workers. The author carried out a period of three-months covert participant observation and recorded 139 free-interviews. These were supplemented by three months of covert participant observation by the author's collaborator, himself a worker at the plant. The study also included 21 one-week periods of covert participant observation in other plants. The research and analytical procedures utilized in this study have been taken mainly from the work by Glaser and Strauss, The Discovery of Grounded Theory (1967; see also Glaser 1978; Turner 1981; and Martin and Turner 1986).en
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dc.subjectwomen at worken
dc.subjectsociology of worken
dc.subjectsociology of organizationen
dc.subjectinteractional ritualsen
dc.subjectsymbolic interactionismen
dc.subjectorganizational symbolismen
dc.titleDependency and Worker Flirtingen
dc.contributor.organizationLodz Universityen
dc.contributor.organizationUniwersytet Łódzki
dc.description.epersonKrzysztof Konecki

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