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Anthropological Perspectives on Organizational Culture
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Tomoko Hamada is Associate Professor of Anthropology at The College of William and Mary. Willis E. Sibley is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at The Cleveland State University.

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This is a solid, comprehensive casebook of recent work on organizational culture. Lots of good material for discussion in graduate seminars or management training. -- Ralph J. Bishop, International Survey Research Corporation
A very useful and timely book which brings together theoretical insight and empirical applications. -- H. Bell, Standford University
Would-be 'corporate anthropologists' and social science popularizers could learn much from this volume. Both practicing anthropologists and academic anthropologists themselves will find many useful ideas and case studies here. The editors are to be commended for this important contribution to the anthropology of complex societies in today's world. -- J. Anthony Paredes, Department of Anthropology, Florida State University
This volume is a unique and valuable contribution to the theory and practice of organizations. It provides the reader with a mix of theory and practice so necessary for a grasp of how organizations serve our needs. Most important, it presents the anthropological perspective, with its emphasis on the human and qualitative dimensions of social analysis. -- Herbert Applebaum, Hartz Mountain Industries
This volume is a unique and valuable contribution to the theory and practice of organizations. It provides the reader with a mix of theory and practice so necessary for a grasp of how organizations serve our needs. Most important, it presents the anthropological perspective, with its emphasis on the human and qualitative dimensions of social analysis. -- Herbert Applebaum, Hartz Mountain Industries
This is a solid, comprehensive casebook of recent work on organizational culture. Lots of good material for discussion in graduate seminars or management training. -- Ralph J. Bishop, International Survey Research Corporation
A very useful and timely book which brings together theoretical insight and empirical applications. -- H. Bell, Standford University
Would-be 'corporate anthropologists' and social science popularizers could learn much from this volume. Both practicing anthropologists and academic anthropologists themselves will find many useful ideas and case studies here. The editors are to be commended for this important contribution to the anthropology of complex societies in today's world. -- J. Anthony Paredes, Department of Anthropology, Florida State University

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