Organizations as Theatre: A Social Psychology of Dramatic Appearances
This book presents compelling arguments for the concept of theatre as a coherent and internally consistent model for understanding organizational behaviour. It spells out the full dimensions of such a model, tracing the historical and contemporary roots and extent of more partial efforts to use the same model.
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