The themes that this course will address will include: social relations, organisational culture, ideology, violence, inequalities, integration and differentiation, hierar-chy, disputes, power, authority, legitimations, obedience, autonomy, the social construction of the ego, affective relations, mental health and illness, the management of differences, negotiations, and the organisation as a socio-mental system.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||- To place the issue of collective action in organisations by situating it in a psychological, cultural and socio-political context. - To adopt a global perspective that connects and links the psychological and sociological dimensions of labour relations. - To provide theoretical and methodological tools for analysing labour relations and the way that organisations function..|
This course forms part of a study programme that takes place in the evenings and on Saturday mornings
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