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Citizenship in organizations: Practicing the immeasurable

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This book explores the concept of citizenship, and the role that organizations can or do play in its creation, stimulation and control. Offering multiple organizational perspectives (private and public organisations) and their relation to several types of output (citizenship, poverty, profit, employability), this work presents a rich collection of philosophical thoughts and practices on the subject of citizenship within and without the organizational context. Particular attention is given to this human aspect, an element of unpredictability, a gut feeling, the unknown... something immeasurable that plays a part in human relations and how they organize themselves. Citizenship in Organizations casts new light on the impact of organizations to the notion of citizenship.




Langenberg, S., & Beyers, F. (2017). Citizenship in organizations: Practicing the immeasurable. Citizenship in Organizations: Practicing the Immeasurable (pp. 1–311). Springer International Publishing.

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