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Spirituality, Organization and Neoliberalism
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Contents: 1. Towards Radical Subjects: Workplace Spirituality as Neoliberal Governance in American Business James Dennis LoRusso 2. Running to stay in the same place? Personal development work and the production of neoliberal subjectivity among Israel's "last republican generation" Ariel Yankellevich 3. Expressive Individualism in the New Spirit of Capitalism: Mindfulness and Outdoor Management Development Liza Cortois 4. A 'Juggly Mummy's' life history of teaching yoga: Embodied postfeminism and neoliberal spirituality Amanda Peticca-Harris, Kseniya Navazhylava, Genevieve Shanahan 5. The commodification of re-sacralised work in the neoliberal era Tom Vine 6. Enchanted gardeners in urban food gardens: A case study of Khayelitsha, Cape Town Darlene Miller 7. Citizens for Ghana and the Kingdom: Christian Personal Development in Accra Anna-Riikka Kauppinen 8. Religion after Work: Christianity, Morality, and Serious Leisure Ibrahim Abraham 9. The contemporary faith of innovationism Katja Valaskivi Index

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Edited by Emma Bell, Professor of Organisation Studies, The Open University Business School, The Open University, UK, Sorin Gog, Lecturer in Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Babes-Bolyai University, Anca Simionca, Lecturer and Vice-Dean, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania and Scott Taylor, Reader in Leadership and Organization Studies, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, UK

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'This carefully crafted book takes on a very complex and multifaceted phenomenon. As a project of genuine interdisciplinary work, it shows how serious intellectual resources can be mobilised to investigate complicated empirical material, often too simplistically marked "spirituality in organisations". Examples familiar to all receive nuanced conceptual treatment so that both cases and analyses become valuable exercises in excellent social science. Looking forward to using it in thinking through contemporary work, management and culture, as well as in teaching.' -- Bogdan Costea, Lancaster University, UK
'This volume provides a sophisticated look at the varieties of spirituality under capitalism, combining sociological perspectives on religion with a critical engagement on the topic. Flanked on its sides by an organizational spirituality literature that too often treats spirituality unquestioningly, and a critical literature that reduces it to ideological and instrumental uses, this volume presents nuanced essays that take seriously the lived experiences of organizational members, while never losing sight of the social and political stakes of spirituality within a capitalist society.' -- Gazi Islam, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France

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