(De)centering and (Re)envisioning the Secular Hegemony of Organizational Communication Theory and Research
secular hegemony, spirituality, organizing processes, organizational communication, quality of life
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In this special issue on spirituality and organizing, we provide five articles that address ways of disrupting secular hegemony in the workplace as well as in other areas of our organizational and personal lives. Each of these articles shares a commitment to explore the marginalized or elusive aspects of higher education, career identities, alternative (housechurch) organizing processes and practices, and faith-based organizations. Each also provides specific practices that not only are feasible in many settings but that also infuse hope for the inclusion of spirit, connectedness, and wholeness in all organizations.
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Communication Studies, v. 57, issue 1, p. 1-3
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Buzzanell, Patrice M. and Harter, Lynn M., "(De)centering and (Re)envisioning the Secular Hegemony of Organizational Communication Theory and Research" (2006). Communication Faculty Publications. 791.