M@n@gement - notre nouveau numéro 17(5) est en ligne! / our new issue 17(5) is now online! - 26 Février 2015

Cher(e)s collègues,

Notre nouveau numéro 17(5) est maintenant en ligne sur : http://www.management-aims.com

Ce numéro contient les contributions suivantes :



Trois articles de recherche :

- Assaad El AKREMI, Mohamed IKRAM NASR  & Nathalie RICHEBE (2014), Les antécédents relationnels, organisationnels et individuels de la socialisation des nouvelles recrues, M@n@gement, 17(5), 317-345.

- Jacques ORVAIN (2014), Le Qui-Vive organisationnel : une forme de structuration du lien attention-action, M@n@gement, 17(5), 346-370

- François GRIMA & Rachel BEAUJOLIN, Reconstruire son identité après un conflit social contre la fermeture d'un site : le cas des leaders syndicaux, M@n@gement, 17(5), 371-403.



Des book reviews constituant un forum spécial sur la manière de faire de la recherche dans la rubrique Unplugged :

- Mats ALVESSON & Jörgen SANDBERG (2013), Constructing Research Questions: Doing Interesting Research, Los Angeles, CA: Sage, reviewed by Jean M. BARTUNEK,  M@n@gement, 17(5), 404-409.

- Hervé CORVELLEC (2013), What is Theory? Answers from the Social and Cultural Sciences, Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press, reviewed by Anette HALLIN, M@n@gement, 17(5), 410-416.

- Helen SWORD (2012), Stylish Academic Writing, Harvard, MA: Harvard University Press, reviewed by Viviane SERGI,M@n@gement, 17(5), 417-425.



Nous espérons que vous apprécierez ces contributions.

Bien cordialement,

Laure Cabantous

Editor in Chief, M@n@gement

Sébastien Liarte

Editor in Chief, M@n@gement

http://www.management-aims.com/


Et n'oubliez pas de citer M@n@gement dans vos publications !

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Dear colleagues,

Our new issue 17(5) is now available online at: http://www.management-aims.com


This issue features the following contributions:



Three research articles:

- Assaad El AKREMI, Mohamed IKRAM NASR  & Nathalie RICHEBE (2014), Relational, Organizational and Individual Antecedents of the Socialization of New Recruits, M@n@gement, 17(5), 317-345.

- Jacques ORVAIN (2014), Organizational Qui-Vive: An Intermediate Approach to Structuring the Link Between Attention and Action, M@n@gement, 17(5), 346-370

- François GRIMA & Rachel BEAUJOLIN, Reconstructing Identity After a Labor Dispute Against the Closure of a Site: Case Study on Union Leaders, M@n@gement, 17(5), 371-403.



A  Book Reviews Special Forum - About Doing Research in our Unplugged section:

- Mats ALVESSON & Jörgen SANDBERG (2013), Constructing Research Questions: Doing Interesting Research, Los Angeles, CA: Sage, reviewed by Jean M. BARTUNEK,  M@n@gement, 17(5), 404-409.

- Hervé CORVELLEC (2013), What is Theory? Answers from the Social and Cultural Sciences, Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press, reviewed by Anette HALLIN, M@n@gement, 17(5), 410-416.

- Helen SWORD (2012), Stylish Academic Writing, Harvard, MA: Harvard University Press, reviewed by Viviane SERGI, M@n@gement, 17(5), 417-425.



Best regards,

Laure Cabantous

Editor in Chief, M@n@gement

Sébastien Liarte

Editor in Chief,M@n@gement

http://www.management-aims.com/



And don't forget to quote M@n@gement in your publications!