Monthly Archives: May 2011

On the historical turning point of postmodern times

There was a good question posted by Tom about my blog on reflexivity. Because there was no quick and easy way for me to answer it, I figured I would devote a new blog on answering the question posed: which … Continue reading

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Research community as Granfalloon

I’m still surprised by some of the implications that stem from a postmodern approach to inquiry. To my shame I must admit that I did not read all the articles for class today, shame on me. So we had this … Continue reading

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Reflexivity

Have you ever had one of those days where you were wondering what life is all about, what your life is all about? I have. I call it my reflexive mode. As you might know, reflection reports are a big … Continue reading

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Responsibility, we all have it!

Our performance about responsibility today went quite a lot better than our performance of last week. The main thing that I got out of it was the way in which changing your perspective from modern (or post-positivist) to postmodernist has … Continue reading

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Performance 5

Article: Rhodes, C. & Brown, A.D. (2005). ‘Writing Responsibly: Narrative Fiction and Organization Studies’. Organization, 12, 467 – 491. Form: Concept Cloud and discussion Working together on the concept cloud for Rhodes and Brown’s article, and discussing the concept and … Continue reading

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Responsibility!

You ever have that itching feeling that when someone says that the right of free speech means you can say anything? You feel that there is something wrong with this statement. Well, I have figured out why. The problem is … Continue reading

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Can’t always hit the mark…

Well, our perfomance nr. 4 did not go as planned. Unfortunately, the propositions we made were not the best ones ever. The propositions we made, see performance 4, did not really address the point we should have addressed. So our … Continue reading

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