By William C. Cockerham (auth.), William C. Cockerham (eds.)
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1963) the concept of the negotiated order corrected organizational theory and studies that assumed and over-emphasized organizational stability, rather than process and change. They based their concept on what they found in empirical settings rather than what organizational theory had prescribed. As Day and Day (1977, p. 126) note, the concept “calls into question the more static structural-functional and rational-bureaucratic explanations of complex organizations”. For over a decade after its publication, the concept of negotiated order received accolades.
1963) argue that informal aspects of organizational life can influence formal structure in addition to the converse. Strauss rightly contended that scholars had reified structure to the exclusion of addressing process. In his later book, Strauss (1978a, b) explicitly states that negotiations occur within situations that have their own structural properties. He argues here that researchers must recognize which structural conditions impinge on the studied negotiations and specify how they do so.
Whether or not these supportive others are fully open with the sufferer (Blum 1994), they play key roles in defining day-today situations. In effect, the extreme example of dementia/Alzheimer’s dramatically highlights the place of social interaction in constructing meaning. Symbolic interaction theory, with its focus on interaction, subjective meaning, and self, points us to examine loss of self within the specific context under study, rather than to assume universality. The potential loss of self with dementia/ Alzheimer’s is less straightforward, perhaps, than with other conditions.
Medical Sociology on the Move: New Directions in Theory by William C. Cockerham (auth.), William C. Cockerham (eds.)