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|Title:||Organizational compassion in social enterprises: arguing for a new research sub-stream|
|Department:||Department of Public Policy|
|Course:||POL8616 Politics of Public Policy|
|Programme:||Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy|
|Supervisor:||Dr. Chandra, Yanto|
|Description:||This paper is under embargo at City University of Hong Kong until March 2018.|
|Citation:||Paras, A. (2015). Organizational compassion in social enterprises: arguing for a new research sub-stream (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from City University of Hong Kong, CityU Institutional Repository.|
|Abstract:||Organizational compassion has moved closer to center stage in organizational studies. Frost (1999) pioneered the intellectual shift, then later further developed by Dutton and colleagues (2006). Yet, I argue that compassion research in organizations has tended to hold onto assumptions that have precluded it from moving forward; in particularly the assumption of organizational stability. In this paper, I argue for a new organizational site fraught with tension and challenges (i.e. social enterprises), as a way to bring to the foreground the contested and coconstructed nature of compassion process – a new research sub-stream I propose in this field.|
|Appears in Collections:||OAPS - Dept. of Public Policy |
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