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Emotionalizing Organizations and Organizing Emotions delivers a strong contribution to the broadening field of research on emotions in organizations offering original pieces of work from the research front. With its trans-disciplinary and multiparadigmatic character, uniting scholars from organization and management research and sociology, it conveys deep insights into the multidimensional 'nature' of emotion and its appearance in organizations.
 
The first part, Emotionalizing Organizations, highlights the role of emotions in organizational processes and structures, showing that feelings are instrumental to organizations and interwoven with work processes, for instance as an antecedent and a consequence of work in organizations. The second part, Organizing Emotions, details how organizational structures and processes contribute to the learning and control of emotion. It gives insights into specific emotional regimes and the application of emotion rules and resources, investigating how organizational structures and processes take effect on customers and employees, and how organizational members are urged into various emotional regimes.

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