Daily Archives: July 23, 2014

Social Complexity and the Micro–Macro Link

The article proceeds as follows. First, I attempt to outline the problem that is at stake: the aim is to expose the theoretical parameters that must be taken into account in order to provide a workable solution to the micro–macro … Continue reading

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The Social Complexity of Organizational Learning: The Dynamics of Learning and Organizing

This article examines the social complexity of Organizational Learning. We built on and seek to extend recent conceptualizations of Organizational Learning that emphasize the emergent and fluid nature of learning in organizations, by drawing on some of the principles of … Continue reading

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Complexity and Social Movements – Process and Emergence

Our argument suggests that the familiar categories and concepts that have prevailed in social movement studies are no longer adequate to the global and networked character of these forces, derived as they are from rational choice theories and political exchange … Continue reading

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