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Institutional Logics Perspective A New Approach to Culture, Structure and Process

ISBN-10: 0199601941
ISBN-13: 9780199601943
Edition: 2012
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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 2/16/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

List of Figures
List of Tables
Introduction to the Institutional Logics Perspective
Introduction
Institutional Logics as an Analytical Framework
Aims of the Book
Analytical Style of the Book
Institutional Analysis as Interdisciplinary
Pointing the Way to a New Approach
Social Structure and Action
Institutions as Material and Symbolic
Institutions as Historically Contingent
Institutions at Multiple Levels of Analysis
Contents of the Book
Precursors
Macro-Societal Level
Micro and Meso-Individual and Organization Levels
Micro and Macro-Individual and Societal Levels
Meso and Macro-Organization and Institutional Field Levels
Meso and Macro-Institutional Field and Societal Levels
Synthesis
Conclusion
Precursors to the Institutional Logics Perspective
Introduction
Theories of Isomorphism
Variant: Micro Level
Elaboration: From Societal Culture to Field Structure
Elaboration: Origin, Reproduction, Disappearance
Variant: Logic of Instrumentalism, of Appropriateness
Variant: From Structural to Cognitive and Cultural
Variants: Logics of Action
Integration: Three Pillars and Carriers of Institutions
Institutional Pillars
Institutional Carriers
Proliferation: Institutional Logics
Variant: A Focus on Normative Dimensions
Discussion and Conclusion
Appendix: Comparison of Propositions:
J. W. Meyer and Rowan (1977)
DIMaggio and Powell (1983)
Defining the Interinstitutional System
Introduction
Definitional Differences
The Interinstitutional System as Ideal Type
Institutional Orders: The X-Axis
Institutional Orders: The Y-Axis
Partial Autonomy: Cognitive and Organizational Loose Coupling
Partial Autonomy: Near-Decomposability of Institutional Orders
Definition of Institutional Fields
Cultural Content: Cells of the X, Y Axes
Cultural Space in Society
Cultural Effects on Power and Agency
Proliferation: Rearranging the Institutional Orders
Variant: Community as an Institutional Order
Discussion and Conclusion
Appendix
Microfoundations of Institutional Logics
A Model of Human Behavior: Situated, Embedded, Boundedly Intentional Behavior
Modeling the Microfoundations
Dynamic Constructivism
An Integrative Model of the Microfoundations of Institutional Logics
Social Identities, Goals, and Schemas
Social Identities
Goals
Schemas
Focus of Attention
Top-Down Effects of Institutional Logics and Organizational Practices
Bottom-Up Environmental Stimuli
Availability, Accessibility, and Activation
Automatic and Controlled Attentional Processes
From Activation to Social Interaction
From Social Interactions to Organizational Identities and Practices
Decision Making
Sensemaking
Mobilization
Implications of the Model of Microfoundations
Conclusion
Stability and Change in the Interinstitutional System
Introduction
Evolutionary-Systems Level
Historical Interdependence of Institutional Orders
Individual-Societal-Level Effects on Institutional Change
Cultural Entrepreneurship
Case Narrative: Penney Segregates Family, Blends Religion and Corporation
Case Narrative: Sperling Segregates the Professions and Blends the Market and Corporation
Case Narrative: Ettinger Blends Family, State, Market, and Corporation
Cross-Narrative Discussion
Discussion
Conclusion
Dynamics of Organizational Practices and Identities
Introduction
From Social Interaction to Practices and Organizational Identities
The Dynamics of Practices and Identities in Organizations
The Dynamics of Practices and Identities Across Organizations
Conclusion
The Emergence and Evolution of Field-Level Logics
Introduction
A Model of Cultural Emergence
Societal and External Logics
Symbolic Representations: Theories, Frames, and Narratives
Resource Environments and their Effects on Institutional Logics
Vocabularies of Practice and the Emergence of Field-Level Logics
Evolution and Change in Field-Level Logics
Conclusion
Implications of the Institutional Logics Perspective
Implications for Other Disciplines and Substantive Research Domains
Historical and Comparative Analysis of Institutions
Institutional Complexity
Social Movements
Cultural and Institutional Entrepreneurship
Institutional Work
Organizational Identity
Organizational Design
Strategy
Microprocesses
Methods of Analysis
Conclusion
References
Index

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