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Fracturing the Real-Self<-->Fake-Self Dichotomy: Moving Toward “Crystallized” Organizational Discourses and Identities
Unformatted Document Text:  Real-SelfÅÆFake-Self Dichotomy 27 Keat, R., & Abercrombie, N. (Eds.) (1991). Enterprise culture. London: Routledge. Kondo, D. (1992). Crafting selves: Power, gender and discourses of identity in a Japanese workplace. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Kramarae, C. (1981). Women and Men Speaking. Massachusetts: Newbury House. Kuhn, T. (2002). Negotiating boundaries between scholars and practitioners: Knowledge, networks and communities of practice. Management Communication Quarterly, 16, 106- 112. Knights, D., & Wilmott, H. (1999). Management lives: Power and identity in work organizations. London: Sage. Lakoff, G., & Johnson, M. (1980). Metaphors we live by. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Martin, J., Knopoff, K. & Beckman, C. (1998). An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality: Managing bounded emotionality at the Body Shop. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43, 429-469. McGraw, P. (2001). Self matters: Creating your life from inside out. New York: Simon and Schuster. Miller, K. (Under Review). The experience of emotional labor: Professing in the midst of tragedy. Management Communication Quarterly. Miller, P., & Rose, N. (1990). Governing economic life. Economy and Society, 19, 1-31. Miller, P., & Rose, N. (1995). Production, identity and democracy. Theory and Society, 24, 427- 467. Mindell, P. (1995). A woman’s guide to the language of success: Communicating with confidence. New York: Prentice Hall. Morgan, J., & Krone, K. (2001). Bending the rules of “Professional” display: Emotional improvisation in caregiver performances. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 29, 317-340.

Authors: Tracy, Sarah. and Trethewey, Angela.
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Keat, R., & Abercrombie, N. (Eds.) (1991). Enterprise culture. London: Routledge.
Kondo, D. (1992). Crafting selves: Power, gender and discourses of identity in a Japanese
workplace. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Kramarae, C. (1981). Women and Men Speaking. Massachusetts: Newbury House.
Kuhn, T. (2002). Negotiating boundaries between scholars and practitioners: Knowledge,
networks and communities of practice. Management Communication Quarterly, 16, 106-
112.
Knights, D., & Wilmott, H. (1999). Management lives: Power and identity in work organizations.
London: Sage.
Lakoff, G., & Johnson, M. (1980). Metaphors we live by. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Martin, J., Knopoff, K. & Beckman, C. (1998). An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality:
Managing bounded emotionality at the Body Shop. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43,
429-469.
McGraw, P. (2001). Self matters: Creating your life from inside out. New York: Simon and
Schuster.
Miller, K. (Under Review). The experience of emotional labor: Professing in the midst of tragedy.
Management Communication Quarterly.
Miller, P., & Rose, N. (1990). Governing economic life. Economy and Society, 19, 1-31.
Miller, P., & Rose, N. (1995). Production, identity and democracy. Theory and Society, 24, 427-
467.
Mindell, P. (1995). A woman’s guide to the language of success: Communicating with confidence.
New York: Prentice Hall.
Morgan, J., & Krone, K. (2001). Bending the rules of “Professional” display: Emotional
improvisation in caregiver performances. Journal of Applied Communication Research,
29, 317-340.


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