Panel on Micro Perspectives

Lecture title:

Theories and Research on Identity, Identification, and Individuals in Organizations

Speakers:

  • Jane Dutton, Management & Organizations, University of Michigan
  • Monique Fleming, Organizational & Social Psycholory
  • Ronit Kark, Department of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, Hebrew University; Institute for Research on Women & Gender, University of Michigan
  • Margaret Shih, Organizational Psychology, University of Michigan
  • Theresa Welbourne, Organizational Behavior, University of Michigan

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Semester: Fall 2000

Date: Friday, October 27, 2000

Time: 1:30 - 3:00 PM

Venue: Room 4212, School of Education

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Abstract:

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Reading List: you must be logged in to view this list

  • "Ambiguous Organizational Memberships: Constructing Organizational Identities in Interactions with Others," by Caroline Bartel and Jane Dutton
  • "Identity and Persuasion: An Elaboration Likelihood Approach," by Monique A. Fleming and Richard E. Petty
  • "Untangling the Relationships Between Transformational Leadership and Followers' Identification, Dependence and Empowerment," by Ronit Kark and Boas Shamirli
  • "Stereotype Susceptibility: Shifts in Quantitative Performance from Socio-Cultural Identification," by Margaret Shih, Todd L. Pittinsky, and Nalini Ambady
  • "Who’s buying the company’s stock? An investigation into identity and stock purchase plan participation in a newly public firm," by Sandra K. Washington and Theresa M. Welbourne

Lecture recording: Theories and Research on Identity, Identification, and Individuals in Organizations |


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