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The Management of Everyday Life

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 208
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The Palgrave Critical Management Studies Series

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08 July 2009

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The practices and values of management are increasingly shaping the management of life outside of work. Here, experts reflect critically on the implications this has for our everyday experiences of self and society. The...

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The practices and values of management are increasingly shaping the management of life outside of work. Here, experts reflect critically on the implications this has for our everyday experiences of self and society. The book helps students to reflect critically on the relationship between management and changes in the organization of work.

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Unique focus that enables students to apply their everyday experience to the study of management  Case studies and highly developed pedagogical features engage students Flagship title of the new Palgrave Critical Management Series Attractive design Appeals to students, academics and lecturers in the broad field of management studies

Introduction: The Management of Everyday Life; P.Hancock& M.Tyler
PART I: MANAGEMENT AND EMBODIED LIVING
Management and Colonization in Everyday Life; P.Hancock
Managing under the Covers: Lifestyle Media and the Management of Sexuality in Everyday Life; M.Tyler
Over the Limit: The Management of Drug and Alcohol Use; E.Wray-Bliss
Managing Health in Everyday Life; B.Hughes
Managing Sleep? The Colonization of Everyday/Night Life; P.Hancock, S.Williams& S.Boden
PART II: MANAGEMENT AND EVERYDAY DOMESTICITY
Through the Crack in the Time Bind: From Market Management to Family Management; A.Russell Hochschild
Metamanagement and the Outsourcing of Domestic Life; C.Lair& G.Ritzer
Ideal Homes? Managing the Domestic Dream; K.Dale
PART III: MANAGING LIFESTYLE AND THE LIFECOURSE
From 'My First Business Day' to 'The Secret Millionaire's Club': Learning to Manage from Early On; A.Rehn
Managing Conflict: The Curious Case of Neuro-Linguistic Programming; A.Spicer& M.Boussebaa
'When I'm Sixty Five': The Shaping and Shapers of Retirement Identity and Experience; S.Fineman
Epilogue
Bringing Everyday Life Back into the Workplace: Just Be Yourself!; P.Fleming& A.Sturdy.

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PHILIP HANCOCK is Associate Professor in Organization Studies at Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, UK.
 
MELISSA TYLER is Senior Lecturer in Organization Studies at Loughborough Business School, Loughborough University, UK.



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PHILIP HANCOCK is Associate Professor in Organization Studies at Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, UK.
 
MELISSA TYLER is Senior Lecturer in Organization Studies at Loughborough Business School, Loughborough University, UK.



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