Feeling and speaking through our gendered bodies: embodied self-reflection and research practice in organisation studies

Torkild Thanem, David Knights
  • International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, January 2012, Inderscience Publishers
  • DOI: 10.1504/ijwoe.2012.048594

Embody organisational research through visceral self-reflection

What is it about?

Research accounts may become more genuinely embodied if we dare to reflect about our gendered and visceral experiences of working in organisations.

Why is it important?

Embodying organisational research through visceral self-reflection problematises the authority of the researcher, it provides better understanding of what goes on in the research process, and it generates richer research accounts that may stimulate unexpected directions of inquiry.

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The following have contributed to this page: Professor David Knights and Professor Torkild Thanem