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Journal of Organizational Change Management



The goal of the journal is to provide alternative philosophies for organizational change and development.

To accomplish this goal, the journal encourages:

The exploration of philosophies including; critical theory, postmodernism and poststructuralism as they apply to change and development;

  • Qualitative analyses of change, discourse and change practices;
  • Interdisciplinary approaches such as organization and ecology, consumption and production and rhetorics and theatrics of change and development;
  • Articles which tie into, or disagree with, themes from prior issues.

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This entry was posted on March 27, 2012 by in New Journal Titles.


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