Laura Mitchell
Laura Mitchell
Independent Scholar, UK.
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Contemporary Issues in Management
L Hamilton, L Mitchell, A Mangan
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014
6*2014
Contemporary Issues in Management: A Critical Management Approach
LI Hamilton, L Mitchell, A Mangan
Edward Elgar Publishing, 0
6*
Dignity and Species Difference Within Organizations
L Hamilton, L Mitchell
Dignity and the Organization, 59-80, 2017
52017
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
42018
Materiality, magic and belief: Framing the countryside in fantastical live-action roleplay games
L Mitchell
Ethnography 17 (3), 326-349, 2016
42016
Hefted: reconfiguring work, value and mobility in the UK Lake district
L Mitchell, L Hamilton
Culture and Organization 24 (4), 303-317, 2018
32018
Dignity and Meaningful Work in Organizations
L Mitchell
Contemporary Issues in Management, 0
2
Volunteers as monstrous workers:‘monsters’ in UK live-action roleplay game organizations
L Mitchell
Culture and Organization 25 (3), 233-248, 2019
12019
Dignity and Membership: A Route to the Heart of How Dignity Is Done in Everyday Interaction
L Mitchell
Dignity and the Organization, 37-57, 2017
12017
Book Review: Dignity in the workplace: New theoretical perspectives
L Mitchell
Management Learning 50 (4), 500-503, 2019
2019
Book Review: Can we compromise on value?: Dialogues between Art and Business: Collaborations, Co-optations and Autonomy in a Knowledge Society by Anke Strau▀
L Mitchell
Organization 26 (1), 141-142, 2019
2019
The Entrepreneurial Wolf: How Would-be Entrepreneurs Strive for ‘Perfection’through Play
L Mitchell, S Taalas, L Olaison
Book of Abstract. Wabi-sabi (侘寂): Imperfection, Incompleteness andá…, 2018
2018
Dignity, meaningful work and the crowd
L Mitchell
Keele University, 2017
2017
Sensing dignity: embodiment and ethics
L Mitchell
Keele University, 2017
2017
Leisure volunteers or exploited workers? The role of? monsters? in UK live-action roleplay game organisation
L Mitchell
The University of Manchester Library, 2013
2013
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