By K. Dale
Anatomising Embodiment and service provider conception explores the connection among the human physique and the improvement of social concept approximately companies and organizing. The technological know-how of anatomy is taken as a trend for wisdom either one of the human physique and/or businesses, and the dual symbols of dissection--the scalpel and the mirror--are used to appreciate the creation of information approximately enterprises.
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It incorporates quite diverse positions on the nature of the body. As Shilling observes, it is an umbrella term which suggests a common ground in opposing a view of the body as simply being a biological entity, but otherwise 38 Anatomising Embodiment and Organisation Theory social constructionist theories differ on how much of a social product the body is, and whether it has any material foundation (1993, p. 70). CORPORATE BODIES AND PLASTIC BODIES During the academic movement from the naturalistic to the socially constructed body, `western' societies' relationship to and construction of the body have also altered.
4). Not only has the biological been questioned and seen as pertinent to sociological understanding, but these critiques have been turned back on to biology ± and other sciences ± to show that they themselves are constructed via a socially and linguistically shaped view of the world. Women historians and scientists have shown that cultural stereotypes about men and women are significant in shaping scientific theories (see, for example, Bleier, 1984; Birke, 1986; Jordanova, 1989; Keller, 1985). There is a wealth of material that can be characterised as social constructionist ± too much to summarise adequately.
At face value this seems ± historically and substantively ± far removed from the concerns of modern organisation theory. However, it is argued that anatomy can be seen as the predominant construction of the human body and as such its assumptions have become embedded in organisation studies. Furthermore, anatomy can be seen as the dominant model of knowledge production in the `western' intellectual tradition, and therefore also the pattern of the dominant modes of knowledge about organisations. Sawday (1995) has argued that the `culture of dissection' that gave birth to anatomy can be characterised by two tools or symbols.
Anatomising Embodiment and Organization Theory by K. Dale