Ethnography in evolution: adapting to the animal “other” in organizations

Traditionally, ethnography has been well placed to take account of the messy and complex processes that produce workplace cultures. Yet researchers face a particular challenge when the organization in question includes animals. Lindsay Hamilton asks How do we take account of such others? Are they objects, things, agents or should they be considered to be workers?

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