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volume 67, number 10, October 2014

Defined by our hierarchy? How hierarchical positions shape our identifications and well-being at work
Kate E Horton, Charlotte R McClelland, and Mark A Griffin

‘I wish I had…’: Target reflections on responses to workplace mistreatment
Denise Salin, Aino Tenhiälä, Marie-Élène Roberge, and Jennifer L Berdahl

Who is ‘the middle manager’?
Nancy Harding, Hugh Lee, and Jackie Ford

Writing materiality into management and organization studies through and with Luce Irigaray
Marianna Fotaki, Beverly Dawn Metcalfe, and Nancy Harding

Negative emotions in informal feedback: The benefits of disappointment and drawbacks of anger
Genevieve Johnson and Shane Connelly

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Fantasies about work as limitless potential – how managers and employees seduce each other through dynamics of mutual recognition

Susanne Ekman
Human Relations 2013; 66 (9): 1159–1181
DOI: 10.1177/0018726712461812
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