Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities
Bridgewater State College
2005 4 (2) Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry
This is a narrative account of an effort to create a sustainability center at Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. In addition to describing the genesis and intent of the project, the author considers some past efforts that did not succeed along with one that almost materialized. She is cautiously optimistic about this one in part because the external conditions are more favorable in that there is more interest in grass roots organizing for social, economic, and environmental change. Another reason to hope for success lies in the interest that the Commonwealth has in promoting sustainability at the college as well as the support of the new president and the championship of an associate provost. Beyond describing events leading up to the authority to plan for the opening of a center, the author reflects on the action as well as the approaches to change she and her colleagues have taken, She also engages in some meta analysis, presenting the methodologies that she employs.
Fine, Helene S. (2005). Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities. (2005). Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, 4(2), 130-137. (Original work published 2005)
Fine, Helene S.. „Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities”. 2005. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, t. 4, nr 2, 2005, ss. 130-137.
Fine, Helene S.. „Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities”. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 4, nr 2 (2005): 130-137.