A new perspective on the genealogy of collective action through the history of religious organizations
de Vaujany, François-Xavier (2010), A new perspective on the genealogy of collective action through the history of religious organizations, Management and Organizational History, 5, 1, p. 65-78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1744935909356372
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Journal nameManagement and Organizational History
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Author(s)de Vaujany, François-Xavier
Abstract (EN)This article puts forwards a “reorientationist” perspective about the genealogy of collective action and artefacts deployed for its orientation. It draws on the history of religion and religious organizations as elaborated by several promoters of the so-called “new history” in France. These historians (mainly medievalist) can be helpful in writing a different genealogy of contemporary models of collective action (i.e. ways of reaching a goal together) and their institutional context in western countries. They can also facilitate a critical understanding of long-range organizational dynamics.
Subjects / KeywordsGenealogy of collective action; Catholic Church; new history; history of managerial practices; history of religious organizations
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