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Race, Organizations, and the Organizing Process.

Author/Creator:
Wooten, Melissa E.
Publication:
Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019.
Series:
Research in the Sociology of Organizations Ser.
Research in the Sociology of Organizations Ser. ; v.60
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (213 pages)
Subjects:
Race discrimination-United States.
Minorities-Employment-United States.
Discrimination in employment-United States.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This volume shifts the analytic attention of research on race as a people-based theoretical or empirical category to organizations. Chapters investigate how race shapes organizations and an organization's ability to get the cultural, political, and material resources it needs to survive, i.e, the organizing process.
Contents:
Front Cover
Race, Organizations, and The Organizing Process
Copyright Page
Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
About the Authors
Race, Organizations, and the Organizing Process
Introduction
Race as a Core Organizing Principle
Race as a Fundamental Element
Race as Strategy
Race as Logics
Race as Process
A Sustained Discussion on Race
Conclusion
References
Race and Organization Theory: Reflections and Open Questions
Introduction
Race, Fields, and Institutions
Open Questions
Conclusion
References
Race and Higher Education: Fields, Organizations, and Expertise
Linking Higher Education, Organizational Theory, and Race
A Theory of Racial Activation
Connections to Existing Theory
Fielding Higher Education
Understanding Higher Education Field Development in the United States
Racialization of US Higher Education Organizations
Shaping Organizational Fields through Racial Meanings
Of Experts and Entrepreneurs: Racial Leveraging and Organizational Needs
Racializing Organizations
Implications and Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
The Unbroken South: Political Parties and the Articulation of White Supremacy
Alternative Explanations of the US Secession Crisis
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
The Unfolding Struggle of White Supremacies
The Contingency
Defection I
Reabsorption
Defection II
The Unbroken South Revisited
References
Fighting (for) Charter School Expansion: Racial Resources and Ideological Consistency
Social Movements
Methods
Charter School Expansion in Massachusetts
The 2016 Cap Lift
Key Forces Battling over Charter School Expansion
Lift the Cap Campaign Launch
Interracial Advertising, Not Mobilization
Save Our Public Schools: An Interracial Coalition
Polling and the Results.
Conclusion
Notes
Acknowledgments
References
Organizing Reentry: How Racial Colorblindness Structures the Post-imprisonment Terrain
Introduction
Background
Toward an Analysis of Field-level Colorblindness
Data and Methods
Not Race, But…
Reinforcing Colorblindness
Discourses on Reentry
Mandated Meritocracy
Conclusion
Limitations and Future Research
Notes
References
Race, Knowledge, and Tasks: Racialized Occupational Trajectories
Context
Methods
Results
Ethnically Responsible Trajectory
Ethnically Tethered Trajectory
Socially Responsible Trajectory
Discussion
Notes
References
The Colorblind Organization
Familial Origins of the Modern Organization
The Rise of Colorblind Ideology and Racisms "Changing Same"
Framing Colorblindness in Organizations
Abstract Liberalism
Cultural Racism
The Minimization of Racism
Naturalization
Conclusion
References
Bureaucracy, Discrimination, and the Racialized Character of Organizational Life
Race/Ethnicity, Inequality in Workplace Organizations, and Discrimination
Bureaucratic Processes, Legitimation, and Inequality
Data and Methods
Analytic Strategy and Results
The Patterning of Discrimination Cases
The Racial Character of Organizations: Bureaucratic Processes, Practices, and Leverage
Ideal Workers and the Racialization of Bureaucracies
The Uneven Application of Bureaucratic Rules and Racialized Policing
Harassment, Bureaucratic Retaliation, and the Policing of Status Boundaries
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
Theorizing a Racialized Congressional Workplace
Introduction
Racial Institutions and the American State
Congress as a White Institutional Workspace
The Racialized Origins of the Congressional Workplace in the Slave Era.
Patronage in the Reconstruction Era and Segregation Thereafter
Institutionalizing Discrimination in the New Deal Era
Processes of Racial Transformation
The Outlier in The Post-Civil Rights Era
Conclusion
References
Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Wooten, Melissa E. Race, Organizations, and the Organizing Process
ISBN:
9781787564916
9781787564923
OCLC:
1100419209
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