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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link(REFERENCES)

REFERENCES Abma R (1999). Bonds of Love: Methodic Studies of Prophetic Texts with Marriage Imagery, The Netherlands: Van Gorcum & Company. Alvesson M (2002). Understanding Organizational Culture, SAGE Publications Limited: London. Arkins B (1990). Builders of My Soul: Greek and Roman Themes in Yeats, USA: Barnes & Noble Books. Barry D (1996). “Artful Inquiry: A Symbolic Constructivist Approach to Social Science Research”. Qual. Inq., 2(94): 411-438. Clegg SR, Hardy C, Nord WR…See More
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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (6)

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…See More
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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, 2004). Metaphors are useful to organization…See More
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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (4)

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 husband which is devoid of non-physical and…See More
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Some specific examples from English poetry Metaphoricity or symbolism of Yeats is occult in nature. He uses metaphors of hound with one red ear, a white deer with no horns, and an island in the sea to capture the Irish legendary characters. He also uses many metaphors to represent the Kabalistic traditions. The metaphors of ‘Immortal Rose’ and the ‘seven lights’capture Rosicrucian flower and the seven planets and astral lights (William York Tindall as in Unterecker, 1963). He also uses the…See More
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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (2)

LITERATURE AND METAPHORS The language of poetry according to P.B. Shelley “is vitally metaphorical; that is, it makes the before unapprehended relations of things and perpetuates their apprehensions”. This means metaphors create new meanings and insights. They are a tool of revitalizing the language. By creating something new, through employing metaphors, the poet also restores something old, ancient and lost (Hirsch, 1999). In a generalized way, a metaphor is defined as: “a word or…See More
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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (1)

ce the times of Western modernity, knowledge is compartmentalized as different fields. This has however, not mitigated the influence of natural science model of theorizing on social sciences. As a result the discipline of organization theory has grown without the influence of abstract, ephemeral and metaphysical fields such as; religion, history, mystic philosophy, arts and literature. With the rise of organizational cultural studies and the emergence of symbolic-interpretive view of organizing…See More
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Ken Swift formed his own chapter of Rock Steady in 1996, RSC Seven Grandmasters, based on the Joseph Kuo movie 7 Grandmasters. RSC Seven Grandmasters was a battle clique. Ken Swift, “And that was the elite unit of Rock Steady that was all about win, lose, or draw, battling anybody, going out there to war, and it had the same concept as Seven Grandmasters, going all over the country, doing different styles, fighting and challenging, that’s a little what the movie was about.”RSC Seven…See More
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The B-Boys that started out imitating their heroes on the big screen eventually got to be in movies themselves, performing their own footwork, kicks and flips in films like Flashdance, Wildstyle, and Beatstreet. Beatstreet features the rivalry between RSC and NYCB prominently in the story line. Kuriaki is doing footwork, and Powerful Pexter says, “You’re biters, all you’re homeboys are biters.” Kuriaki responds, “I ain’t never stole no moves from you, your moves ain’t’ worth to be bit, so…See More
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While serious filmgoers denounced kung fu films, the B-Boys took to the films as their own. Ken Swift explains, “42nd St. was like ‘wow!’, these are subtitled, they’re putting these English voices over, these movies aren’t even made in the States, that’s even more like ’wow!,’ you feel like you’re really a part of something.”The DJ’s, MC’s, B-Boy’s, and graffiti artists would go to see these films together, and it was a participatory experience. They would get so hyped up during the film that…See More
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The Impact of Kung Fu Movies on BreakdancingBy Eric Pellerin(Part1/4)

Back in the mid-to-late 1970s, the earliest power moves of Breaking were created by B-Boy masters living in New York City. One of the biggest influences on the creation of moves like the “headspin” and the “windmill” was the Hong Kong kung fu movie. B-boys watched the amazing physical abilities of their favorite kung fu actors in films by Shaw Brothers, Seasonal Films, and Golden Harvest Studios. They imitated and expanded upon the ritualized combat they saw in these films, adding new moves to…See More
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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link(REFERENCES)

Posted on February 9, 2023 at 10:30am 0 Comments

REFERENCES



Abma R (1999). Bonds of Love: Methodic Studies of Prophetic Texts with Marriage Imagery, The Netherlands: Van Gorcum & Company.



Alvesson M (2002). Understanding Organizational Culture, SAGE Publications Limited: London.



Arkins B (1990). Builders of My Soul: Greek and Roman Themes in Yeats, USA: Barnes & Noble Books.



Barry D (1996). “Artful Inquiry: A Symbolic Constructivist Approach to Social Science…

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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (6)

Posted on February 4, 2023 at 5:00am 0 Comments

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…

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Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (5)

Posted on January 31, 2023 at 12:30am 0 Comments

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, …

Continue

Organization theory and poetry: A not so elusive link by Naveed Yazdani , Hasan S. Murad and Rana Zamin Abbas (4)

Posted on January 28, 2023 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

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 …

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