WOMEN'S CENTRES: RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VALUES AND ACTION
M. Helen Brown
Journal of Management Studies, 1990, vol. 27, issue 6, 619-635
This article adopts an ‘organizing’ perspective to examine the relationship between values and action. Drawing on case studies of organizing activity which is undertaken with reference to the core values of the autonomous women's movement, the essentially negotiated nature of this relationship is argued and illustrated. Variation is shown to occur in the terms and arenas of negotiation and attention is drawn to the dimensions of the characteristic ‘texture of organizing’ in the settings described.
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