Items by Brown, Andrew
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Number of items: 52.
Brown, A. and Boussebaa, M., 2016. Forthcoming. Englishization, identity regulation and imperialism. Organization Studies
Brown, A. D. and Coupland, C., 2015. Identity threats, identity work, and elite professionals. Organization Studies, 36 (10), pp. 1315-1336.
Brown, A. D., Colville, I. and Pye, A., 2015. Making sense of sensemaking in organization studies. Organization Studies, 36 (2), pp. 265-277.
Brown, A. D., 2015. Identities and identity work in organizations. International Journal of Management Reviews, 17 (1), pp. 20-40.
Toyoki, S. and Brown, A. D., 2014. Stigma, identity and power:Managing stigmatized identities through discourse. Human Relations, 67 (6), pp. 715-737.
He, H. and Brown, A.D., 2013. Organizational identity and organizational identification:A review of the literature and suggestions for future research. Group and Organization Management, 38 (1), pp. 3-35.
Eubanks, D. L., Brown, A. D. and Ybema, S., 2012. Leadership, identity, and ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, 107 (1), pp. 1-3.
Patriotta, G. and Brown, A. D., 2011. Sensemaking, metaphors and performance evaluation. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 27 (1), pp. 34-43.
Greenwood, R., Brown, A. D., Lounsbury, M. and Wilson, D., 2010. Organization studies 30th anniversary special issue. Organization Studies, 31 (6), pp. 653-658.
Brown, A. D., Kornberger, M., Clegg, S. R. and Carter, C., 2010. 'Invisible walls' and 'silent hierarchies':a case study of power relations in an architecture firm. Human Relations, 63 (4), pp. 525-549.
Thornborrow, T. and Brown, A. D., 2009. 'Being Regimented':aspiration, discipline and identity work in the British Parachute Regiment. Organization Studies, 30 (4), pp. 355-376.
Clarke, C. A., Brown, A. D. and Hope Hailey, V., 2009. Working identities? Antagonistic discursive resources and managerial identity. Human Relations, 62 (3), pp. 323-352.
Sillince, J. A. A. and Brown, A. D., 2009. Multiple organizational identities and legitimacy:the rhetoric of police websites. Human Relations, 62 (12), pp. 1829-1856.
Brown, A. D., Stacey, P. and Nandhakumar, J., 2008. Making sense of sensemaking narratives. Human Relations, 61 (8), pp. 1035-1062.
Coupland, C., Brown, A. D., Daniels, K. and Humphreys, M., 2008. Saying it with feeling:analysing speakable emotions. Human Relations, 61 (3), pp. 327-353.
Humphreys, M. and Brown, A. D., 2008. An analysis of corporate social responsibility at credit line:a narrative approach. Journal of Business Ethics, 80 (3), pp. 403-418.
Brown, A. D., 2008. Managing understandings:politics, symbolism, niche marketing and the quest for legitimacy in IT implementation. In: Dingwall, R., ed. Qualitative Health Research. London, U. K.: Sage Publications, pp. 134-149. (Fundamentals of Applied Research)
Courpasson, D., Arellano-Gault, D., Brown, A. and Lounsbury, M., 2008. Organization studies on the look-out? Being read, being listened to. Organization Studies, 29 (11), pp. 1383-1390.
Kornberger, M. and Brown, A. D., 2007. Ethics as a discursive resource for identity work. Human Relations, 60 (3), pp. 497-518.
Humphreys, M. and Brown, A. D., 2007. Narratives of organizational identity and identification:a case study of hegemony and resistance. In: Minahan, S. and Cox, J. W., eds. The Aesthetic Turn in Management. Aldershot, U. K.: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 279-305. (The International Library of Essays on Business and Management)
Thornborrow, T. and Brown, A. D., 2007. Utrinque paratus: A case study of discourse and identity in the British parachute regiment. In: Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting: Doing Well by Doing Good, AOM 2007. Academy of Management.
Brown, A. D., 2006. A narrative approach to collective identities. Journal of Management Studies, 43 (4), pp. 731-753.
Brown, A. D., Sutcliffe, K. M. and Putnam, L. L., 2006. Introduction to the special issue 'Making sense of organizing: in honor of Karl Weick'. Organization Studies, 27 (11), p. 1578.
Brown, A. D. and Humphreys, M., 2006. Organizational identity and place:a discursive exploration of hegemony and resistance. Journal of Management Studies, 43 (2), pp. 231-257.
Humphreys, M., Gurney, P. M. and Brown, A. D., 2006. Reminiscing in tempo:a story of stories. Denmark: Copenhagen Business School Press, pp. 70-87. (Advances in Organization Studies)
Brown, A. D., 2005. Making sense of the collapse of Barings Bank. Human Relations, 58 (12), pp. 1579-1604.
Brown, A. D., Humphreys, M. and Gurney, P. M., 2005. Narrative, identity and change:a case study of Laskarina holidays. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 18 (4), pp. 312-326.
Rhodes, C. and Brown, A. D., 2005. Narrative, organizations and research. International Journal of Management Reviews, 7 (3), pp. 167-188.
Brown, A. D. and Coupland, C., 2005. Sounds of silence:graduate trainees, hegemony and resistance. Organization Studies, 26 (7), pp. 1049-1069.
Rhodes, C. and Brown, A. D., 2005. Writing responsibly:narrative fiction and organization studies. Organization, 12 (4), pp. 505-529.
Brown, A. D., 2004. Authoritative sensemaking in a public inquiry report. Organization Studies, 25 (1), pp. 95-112.
Coupland, C. and Brown, A. D., 2004. Constructing organizational identities on the web:a case study of Royal Dutch/Shell. Journal of Management Studies, 41 (8), pp. 1325-1347.
Lam, S. S. K., Schaubroeck, J. and Brown, A. D., 2004. Esteem maintenance among groups:laboratory and field studies of group performance cognitions. Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes, 94 (2), pp. 86-101.
Currie, G. and Brown, A. D., 2003. A narratological approach to understanding processes of organizing in a UK hospital. Human Relations, 56 (5), pp. 563-586.
Humphreys, M. and Brown, A. D., 2002. Narratives of organizational identity and identification:a case study of hegemony and resistance. Organization Studies, 23 (3), pp. 421-447.
Brown, A. D. and Humphreys, M., 2002. Nostalgia and the narrativization of identity:a Turkish case study. British Journal of Management, 13 (2), pp. 141-159.
Brown, A. D., 2001. Organization studies and identity:towards a research agenda. Human Relations, 54 (1), pp. 113-121.