Writing for practitioners and students in criminal justice, scholars of criminology and criminal justice develop the concept of multi-agency working in criminal justice by bringing together perspectives from probation, policing, prison, social work, criminological, and organizational studies
. Among their studies are whether integrated offender management is a brave new world or business as usual, policing a diverse society: the community-based rationale for multi-agency working, interviewing children as suspects: the need for a child-centered approach, and enforcement and rehabilitation: challenges to partnership working with offenders who use substances.
Author Fiona Murden has a BSc in Psychology from Warwick University, a Master of Arts in Organizational Studies
from Warwick University Business School and a Master of Science in Psychology, gained with distinction, from the University of London.
Chapter 2 defines the concept of identity in the organizational setting, taking an interdisciplinary perspective that draws on contributions representing the fields of social psychology, sociology, discourse studies, organizational studies
and corporate communication studies, construed in the ecological paradigm.
An impressively wide-ranging work that not only evaluates the overarching political and economic framework of the medical system but also provides rich narrative detail, examining the political dramas, corporate maneuvering, and forceful personalities that created American health care as we know it, "Ensuring America's Health" breaks new ground in the fields of health care history, organizational studies
, and American political economy.
(2014), "The Left Side of Psychological Capital: New Evidence on the Antecedents of psycap", Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies
, 21(2): 141-49.
The volume extends Choo's previous book, The Knowing Organization, by tracing back to the philosophical and epistemological roots that nurture modern organizational studies
. Moreover, the discussion unfolds at a historical point where classical theories meet new media; thus, it is recommended not only to researchers but also to organizational development practitioners who want to have an up-to-date and deepening grasp of organizational information management and behavior.
Sohrab, received her PhD in Organizational Studies
at my school and in collaboration with my colleague, Rekha Karambayya, was the lead author on the outstanding chapter on Women in Management in Iran (Sohrab & Karambayya, 2017) in Women in Management Worldwide: Signs of Progress (Burke & Richardsen, 2017).
"The Interactive Effects of Politics Perceptions and Trait Cynicism on Work Outcomes." Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies