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JMS Special Issue Online Information Session

  • 1.  JMS Special Issue Online Information Session

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    Journal of Management Studies Special Issue 


    Extending the Turn to Work: 
    New Directions in the Study of Social-Symbolic Work in Organizational Life


    Online Information Session


    5 pm GMT+1/Noon EDT, Wednesday, 13th October 2021


    Are you thinking of submitting a paper to the upcoming JMS special issue on "Extending the Turn to Work" but have some questions? Or perhaps you have a paper you think might fit but you aren't sure? Or maybe you are just curious about the special issue and would like to hear more? If any of these sound like you, then please consider joining us our special issue online information session on October 13th where we will discuss the special issue, what we are looking for, and give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. 

     

    It is not necessary to have a clear idea of what you might submit to the special issue to attend the online information session. There is no preparation required and anyone with an interest in the special issue is welcome. At this point, it is enough if you would like to hear more about what the editors are looking for in terms of topics, methodologies, and types of papers.

     

    If you are interested in attending the session, please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/info-session-jms-special-issue-extending-the-turn-to-work-tickets-176427929687. Zoom details will be sent to registered attendees closer to the date.

     

    Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

     

    Brianna, Emily, Tom, Nelson and Hannes

    Special Issue Editors, Journal of Management Studies (JMS)


    N.B. You can find the full call for papers including our contact info here: 

    https://socialsymbolicwork.net/jms-call-extending-the-turn-to-work/

     


    Nelson Phillips
    Professor, Technology Management
    College of Engineering
    University of California, Santa Barbara
    nelson_phillips@ucsb.edu