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21LectureGlobalisation and responsibilityClegg et al (2012) ch.11Linstead et al. (2009)ch. 3,8,9,11Arendt(2006);Aristotle (1973); Page& Potter (2011)Dumenil & Levy(2011)Dicken (2015) ch. 10,11SeminarsIs responsibility possible in the global age?22LectureGlobalisation and sustainabilityClegg et al (2012) ch.10Linstead et al (2009)ch. 5Blowfield (2013)Dresner (2008)Dicken (2015) 9,SeminarsAssignment workshop: consolidating theme onePart 2: Technology and networksBUSI1475 Management in a critical context 2018-199
23LectureThe ethics of new technologyClegg et al (2012) ch.7,8,9Linstead et al. (2009)ch. 1, 16Clay (2009); NoorAl-Dean & Hendricks(2012)Dicken (2015) ch. 4SeminarsUses and abuses of networks24LectureNew technology and inequality: the challenge of automationDicken (2015)Clegg 7, 8, 9MasonSeminarsRobots and AI: do humans have a future?25LectureSustainability and new technology: savior or yoke?Mason (2015)Blowfield (2013)SeminarsAssignment workshopPart 3: Conflict and co-operation26LectureSpecial Lecture: Challenging Deregulation: The BA disputeTBCSeminarsResistance of theMultitude27LectureNew forms of capitalism and workClegg et al (2012) ch.7,8,9Linstead et al. (2009)ch. 1, 16Clay (2009); NoorAl-Dean & Hendricks(2012)Dicken (2015) ch. 4Mason (2015)SeminarsEmpowerment and precarity28LectureConflict and sustainabilityHardt & Negri (2000,2014)Blowfield (2013)SeminarsAssignment workshop29LectureNo lectureSeminars1-2-1s with tutor / Q&A30Easter31EasterBUSI1475 Management in a critical context 2018-1910
4.3Session Required ReadingCore texts (recommended purchases)Dicken, P. (2015)Global Shift: Mapping the Contours of the World Econoomy, London: SageClegg, S., Kornberger, M. & Pitses, T. (2012)Managing & Organizations: An Introduction to Theoryand Practice, Third Edition, London: SageLinstead, S., Fulop, L. and Lilley, S. (2008)Management and Organization, Basingstoke: PalgraveSupplementary readingThe following texts are original contributions to the field and others that may be useful for wider andalternative perspectives:Alvesson, M. & Willmott, H. (eds.) (1992)Critical Management Studies, London: SageAristotle (1973)Aristotle’s ‘Ethics’(ed. J.L. Ackerill & D. Ross), London: FaberArendt, H. (2006)Eichmann in Jerusalem: a Report on the Banality of Evil, Harmondsworth: PenguinBlowfield, M. (2013)Business and Sustainability, Oxford: OUPClay, S. (2009)HereComes Everybody: the Power of Organizing Without Organizations,Harmondsworth: PenguinCorby, S. & Symon, G. (eds.) (2012)Working for the State, Basingstoke: PalgraveDicken, P (2013)Global Shift, London: SageDresner, S. (2008)The Principles of Sustainability, London: EarthscanDumenil, G. & Levy, D. (2011)The Crisis of Neoliberalism, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UniversityPressGiddens, A. (1990)The Consequences of Modernity, Cambridge: PolityGiddens, A. (2002)The Runaway World: How Globalisation is Reshaping Our Lives, London: ProfileGladwell, M. (2001)The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, London: AbacusHardt, M. & Negri, A. (2000)Empire, London: HarvardHardt, M. & Negri, A. (2004)Multitude,Cambridge, MA: HarvardHarvey, D. (2011)The Enigma of Capital and the Crises of Capitalism, London: ProfileBUSI1475 Management in a critical context 2018-1911
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