L’envers du moderne

L'envers du moderne

Philippe d’Iribarne, CNRS Editions, 2012. To what extent does the grand project of creating a new society, which is carried out by modernity, inspire our existence today? How far does it remain a light for humanity rather than a manifestation of hubris which, according to the Greek’s belief, attracts punishment…

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Trois figures de la liberté

Philippe d’Iribarne, Annales, 58ème année, n° 5, septembre-octobre 2003, p. 953-978 Proclaiming the advent of freedom, European societies have largely emancipated themselves from the old world. But the diversity of visions of what constitutes a free man has not disappeared. The Anglo-Saxon attachment to the figure of the proprietor, the…

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How to Use Ethnographical Case Studies to Decipher National Cultures

Philippe d’Iribarne -in Rethinking the Case Study in International Business and Management Research, Edited by Rebecca Piekkari and Catherine Welch, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK • Northampton, MA, USA, 2011. In the current state of ‘cultural studies’, case studies tend only to be used for relatively local cultures, such as organizations or…

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La relation client à la lueur d’une analyse de discours comparative

Tréguer-Felten, Geneviève – Management et Avenir, 55, Juillet-Août 2012. Cahier special : la question du langage et de la communication dans le management international : un défi pour les homes et les organizations, p. 105-126. This article reports on an interdisciplinary research linking cross-cultural discourse analysis and a culture interpretative…

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