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Break Out and Be Yourself: Entrepreneurs and Employee Identity

In this episode, we explore the idea of entrepreneurship as a resistant act to modern employee identification and employee branding.

All sound clips courtesy of FreeSound.org.

References

Burke, P. J., & Stets, J. E.  (2009). Identity theory and social identity theory. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. (pp. 3 – 17).

Conley, D.  (2009). Elsewhere USA.  New York:  Pantheon Books.

Harquail, C. V.  (2009).  EmployER branding vs. employee branding.  Authentic Organizations. Retrieved from http://authenticorganizations.com/harquail/2009/06/24/employer-branding-vs-employee-branding/#sthash.6xZVSArW.BuhIFMGK.dpbs

Mumby, D. K.  (2005).  Theorizing resistance in organization studies:  A dialectical approach.  Management Communication Quarterly, 19, 19-44.

Weller, K. (2001) “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff”: Employee identity in the new economy. (Ph.D. Dissertation) University of South Florida, Florida. Retrieved from https://mycourses.queens.edu/learn/pluginfile.php/176457/mod_page/content/21/kwg%20dissertation%20excerpt%20%282001%29%20PART

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