Edition: 1, 2006
By looking at processes of organizing from a spatial perspective, the authors reveal interesting insights into how power, culture, change, and identity are embedded, enacted and played out in and through space.
Not only do we shape buildings but buildings also shape us. The interaction between how we design our environments, how these environments influence our behavior and by extension, who we are, is the key issue that provides the coherent focus for this volume.
Combining both theoretically inspiring as well as practically relevant contributions, the book will be of interest for people studying architecture, design, sociology, and anthropology as well as management and organization theory.
Advances in Organization Studies, Vol. 17
Series editors: Stewart R. Clegg & Ralph E. Stablein
Advances in Organization Studies is a channel for cutting edge theoretical and empirical works of high quality, that contributes to the field of organizational studies. The series welcomes thought-provoking ideas, new perspectives and neglected topics from researchers within a wide range of disciplines and geographical locations.