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Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

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Rok 2003 
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Using Brechtian Ideas and Theatrical Practices to Reconceptualize Role Distance and Facilitate Learning in Organizations

Michaela Driver
Department of Management and Marketing, East Tennessee State University

2003 2 (4) Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

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The purpose of this paper is to explore how the ideas and theatrical practices of Bertold Brecht may be applied in organizational contexts. A model is developed that builds on Brechtian conceptions of alienation and integrates organizational learning and role theories. Specifically, the model suggests that role distance may be reconceptualized as a reflective, dialectic process that builds on Brecht's ideas for alienating actors and audiences from the familiar to demonstrate the changing and changeable nature of behavior. This reflective process in turn may facilitate non-routine, role-related learning. Implications for organizational theory and practice are discussed.

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APA style

Using Brechtian Ideas and Theatrical Practices to Reconceptualize Role Distance and Facilitate Learning in Organizations. (2003). Using Brechtian Ideas and Theatrical Practices to Reconceptualize Role Distance and Facilitate Learning in Organizations. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, 2(4), 82-93. (Original work published 2003)

MLA style

„Using Brechtian Ideas And Theatrical Practices To Reconceptualize Role Distance And Facilitate Learning In Organizations”. 2003. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, t. 2, nr 4, 2003, ss. 82-93.

Chicago style

„Using Brechtian Ideas And Theatrical Practices To Reconceptualize Role Distance And Facilitate Learning In Organizations”. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 2, nr 4 (2003): 82-93.