Lindsay Hamilton
Lindsay Hamilton
York Management School, York University
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Animals at work: Identity, politics and culture in work with animals
L Hamilton, N Taylor
Brill, 2013
Ethnography after humanism: Power, politics and method in multi-species research
L Hamilton, N Taylor
Springer, 2017
Ethnography in evolution: Adapting to the animal “other” in organizations
L Hamilton, N Taylor
Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 2012
Muck and magic: Cultural transformations in the world of farm animal veterinary surgeons
L Hamilton
Ethnography 8 (4), 485-501, 2007
‘It’s just a job’: Understanding emotion work, de-animalization and the compartmentalization of organized animal slaughter
L Hamilton, D McCabe
Organization 23 (3), 330-350, 2016
The magic of mundane objects: Culture, identity and power in a country vets' practice
L Hamilton
The Sociological Review 61 (2), 265-284, 2013
The role of creative methods in re-defining the impact agenda
ML Kelemen, LA Hamilton
CASIC Working Paper Series, 2015
The kill programme: an ethnographic study of ‘dirty work’in a slaughterhouse
D McCabe, L Hamilton
New Technology, Work and Employment 30 (2), 95-108, 2015
Bridging the divide between theory and practice: taking a co-productive approach to vet-farmer relationships
L Hamilton
Food Ethics 1 (3), 221-233, 2018
Investigating the Other: Considerations on multi-species research
N Taylor, L Hamilton
Big Data? Qualitative Approaches to Digital Research, 2014
Contemporary Issues in Management: A Critical Management Approach
L Hamilton, L Mitchell, A Mangan
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019
Dignity and species difference within organizations
L Hamilton, L Mitchell
Dignity and the Organization, 59-80, 2017
Purity in danger: power, negotiation and ontology in medical practice
L Hamilton
International Journal of Organizational Analysis 20 (1), 95-106, 2012
" I don't go to Meetings": understanding farmer perspectives on bovine TB and biosecurity training
L Hamilton, N Evans, J Allcock
The Veterinary Record 184 (13), 2019
A gendered perspective on Learning to Labour
H Höpfl, L Hamilton, M Brannan
Culture and Organization 23 (2), 85-94, 2017
When I ask myself these questions
L Hamilton
Ethnography 16 (4), 556-565, 2015
Knocking on the Door of Human-Animal Studies: Valuing Work Across Disciplinary and Species Borderlines
L Hamilton, L Mitchell
Society & Animals 26 (4), 347-366, 2018
Hefted: reconfiguring work, value and mobility in the UK Lake district
L Mitchell, L Hamilton
Culture and Organization 24 (4), 303-317, 2018
Growing Consumers through Production and Play: A Phenomenological Exploration of Food Growing in the School Foodscape
E Surman, L Hamilton
Sociology 53 (3), 468-485, 2019
Ethnography beyond the country and the city: Understanding the symbolic terrain of rural spaces
L Hamilton
Ethnography 17 (3), 297-308, 2016
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