Critical Sensemaking and Workplace Inequities

Jean Helms Mills, Albert J. Mills
  • Edward Elgar Publishing
  • DOI: 10.4337/9781848449299.00021

Critical Sensemaking and Workplace Inequities

What is it about?

The application of critical sensemaking to make sense of workplace discrimination.

Why is it important?

The chapter focusses on the interrelationships between micro (sensemaking), mess (organizational rules) and macro (formative contexts) to understand how discrimination at work is performed.

Perspectives

Professor Albert James Mills (Author)
Saint Mary's University

In this chapter we undertake an early attempt to show how critical sensemaking can be applied to an understanding of how discrimination works.

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