Current affiliation: University of WollongongSubject: Business & ManagementPrimary location: Australia
Published in:Business HistoryPublication date:2012-08-01
Published in:Policy Futures in EducationPublication date:2016-03-16
Is school-based mindfulness meditation ideologically neutral? The paper argues that it is not. By medicalizing the curriculum, mindfulness meditati...
Published in:Educational Philosophy and TheoryPublication date:2016-05-08
Published in:Educational Philosophy and TheoryPublication date:2017-06-16
Published in:The World's Key IndustryPublication date:Not available
Published in:The Politics and Aesthetics of EntrepreneurshipPublication date:Not available
Published in:Science & SocietyPublication date:2013-10-01
Published in:Science & SocietyPublication date:2011-07-01
Published in:The World's Key IndustryPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Culture and OrganizationPublication date:2012-07-04
Published in:Journal of Industrial RelationsPublication date:1997-09-01
Published in:E-Learning and Digital MediaPublication date:2013-02-01
Scholars suggest that social media (such as Facebook) alienate users. I explore the philosophical foundations of this argument. The paper maintains...
Published in:International Journal of Work Organisation and EmotionPublication date:2007-01-01
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2004-05-01
Published in:Australian Economic History ReviewPublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:Journal of Industrial RelationsPublication date:2002-06-01
Published in:Journal of Management StudiesPublication date:2010-02-09
Enhancing Industry Association Theory
Our article uses historical case studies to inform industrial association theory.
Published in:Economic Papers A journal of applied economics and policyPublication date:2001-09-01
Published in:Economic Papers A journal of applied economics and policyPublication date:2002-12-01
Published in:Policy Futures in EducationPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Thesis ElevenPublication date:2015-03-23
Internet-based collective intelligence, creative labour, and social production
Our article repositions creative labour as an instance of the wider phenomenon of internet-based collective intelligence. Taking one step further, ...
Published in:Enterprise & SocietyPublication date:2014-09-01
Published in:Twentieth Century British HistoryPublication date:2016-09-27
Published in:Psychosociological Issues in Human Resource ManagementPublication date:2017-01-01
Published in:Journal of Management HistoryPublication date:2018-01-08
The mock bureaucratic setting of colliery explosions in early twentieth century Britain and at Pike River, New Zealand