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Colin Jones and Gimme Walter

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Colin Jones and Gimme Walter

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Colin Jones and Gimme Walter

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Colin Jones and Gimme Walter

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Dirk Lindebaum

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Dirk Lindebaum

This introductory chapter articulates both the theoretical and practical relevance of examining the interface between critical theory – with its aim to emancipate – and emotion regulation. It demonstrates the synergistic potential of combining relevant literatures to better understand why emotions should be regulated one way rather than another toward worker emancipation. Boundary conditions and clarifications are offered to clearly delineate the theorizing in the book, especially in relation to the emotions of interest in this (namely, shame, guilt, happiness and anger).

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Marco Berti

This chapter introduces the ‘linguistic turn’ in organizational studies, positioning discourse analysis in the broader paradigm of studies that examine the linguistic and cultural aspects of organizing. The role of language in consolidating experiences and constructing social reality is examined, together with its performative character, showing that language is not exclusively a mental abstraction but is given life by practical communicative actions. Key words: language, social construction, meaning, performative