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Number of items: 11.

Bell, Emma and Taylor, Scott (2004). ‘From outward bound to inward bound’: The prophetic voices and discursive practices of spiritual management development. Human Relations, 57(4) pp. 439–466.

Bloom, Peter N. and White, Paul J. (2016). The moral work of subversion. Human Relations, 69(1) pp. 5–31.

Clarke, Caroline A.; Brown, Andrew D. and Hope Hailey, Veronica (2009). Working identities? Antagonistic discursive resources and managerial identity. Human Relations, 62(3) pp. 323–353.

Clarke, Caroline A. and Knights, David (2015). Careering through academia: securing identities or engaging ethical subjectivities? Human Relations, 68(12) pp. 1865–1888.

Di Domenico, MariaLaura and Fleming, Peter (2009). 'It's a guesthouse not a brothel': Policing sex in the home-workplace. Human Relations, 62(2) pp. 245–269.

Huxham, Chris and Vangen, Siv (2000). Ambiguity, complexity and dynamics in the membership of collaboration. Human Relations, 53(6) pp. 771–806. file

Morrell, K and Hartley, Jean (2006). A model of political leadership. Human Relations, 59(4) pp. 483–504. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Robinson, Sarah K. and Kerr, Ron (2009). The symbolic violence of leadership: A critical hermeneutic study of leadership and succession in a British organization in the post-Soviet context. Human Relations, 62(6) pp. 875–903.

Salaman, Graeme (2001). A response to Snell: The learning organization: Fact or fiction? Human Relations, 54(3) pp. 343–359.

Storey, John; Salaman, Graeme and Platman, Kerry (2005). Living with enterprise in an enterprise economy: freelance and contract workers in the media. Human Relations, 58(8) pp. 1033–1054.

Willman, Paul; Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark; Nicholson, Nigel and Soane, Emma (2001). Knowing the risks: theory and practice in financial markets. Human Relations, 54(7) pp. 887–910.

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