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Corporate aesthetics is one of such emerging arena, where value is put on the beautiful, sensuously pleasing and aesthetical aspects of organizations. Contemporary writers of organization theory suggest that the field not only draws from Natural Sciences and Economics but from multiple and diverse disciplines. They do not rule out Literature and Arts from these parent perspectives. The symbolic interpretive view of organization theory cognizes that organizations are socially constructed and…Continue
Metaphors are used in organization theory as tools to
convey meanings and to illuminate and illustrate theories
by linking them with some more familiar word, phrase or
object (Hernes, 2004). For example, the metaphor of jazz
is used to reflect the “temporal, emotional and ambiguous
aspects of organizational structure (Kamoche et al.,
2005; Lewin, 1998; Zack, 2000). Similarly organizations
are metaphorically described as theatres (Cornelissen, …
The poem is highly metaphorical reflecting the imagination of a rejected lover who is viewing his beloved’s
honeymoon with someone else. The rejected lover is
viewing the honeymoon as a kind of ‘post-mortem’. The
key metaphorical words are ‘bread’, ‘platter’, ‘knife’, ‘flesh’
and ‘hunger’. Bread is the frigid and unwilling beloved,
whose flesh is cut across by the maleness (knife) of her
husband. Hunger is the reflection of carnal desires of her …