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Purpose – Aims to discuss counter‐movements to the recent G8 summit of 2005, held at Gleneagles, Scotland, place them into a broader social and historical context, and assess their long‐term impact. Design/methodology/approach – Draws upon personal interpretation of recent meetings of the...
Purpose – Architectonics is proposed as a dialogic theory and method to research three discursive spheres: McDonald's corporation, McDonaldization, and McDonaldland. Design/methodology/approach – Bakhtin proposed architectonics as a new method for the human sciences, one that interanimates...
Purpose – Aims to discuss the relationship between the recent G8 summit of 2005, held at Gleneagles, Scotland, and events occurring around the same time in the world of academe and in the global media. Design/methodology/approach – Draws upon personal experience and interpretation in order to...
Purpose – Seeks to provide critical reflections on George Ritzer's globalization analysis. Design/methodology/approach – Draws on a critical reading of Ritzer's work, in particular, his most recent book The Globalization of Nothing . Findings – Highlights Ritzer's neglect of the dialectic...
Purpose – Through an intervention from a geographical perspective on organizational space, this article aims to offer a new horizon in understanding international business strategy. Design/methodology/approach – Starts with two interrelated questions: does space exist in organizations and how...
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