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Reconstructing institutional complexity in practice: A relational model of institutional work and complexity
Michael Smets and Paula Jarzabkowski
Human Relations 2013; 66 (10): 12791309
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When it can be good to feel bad and bad to feel good: Exploring asymmetries in workplace emotional outcomes
Dirk Lindebaum and Peter J Jordan
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Changing work, labour and employment relations in China
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When it can be good to feel bad, and bad to feel good: Exploring asymmetries in workplace emotional outcomes
Volume 66, No 9, September 2014
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