Présentation Membres Activités Projets Publications Liens Coordonnées

  • Brummans, B. H. J. M. (in press). Travels of a Buddhist mind. Manuscript to be published in Qualitative Inquiry.
  • Brummans, B. H. J. M. (2007). Death by document: Tracing the agency of a text. Qualitative Inquiry, 13, 711-727.
  • Brummans, B. H. J. M., Cooren, F., & Chaput, M. (in press). Discourse, communication, and organizational ontology. In F. Bargiela (Ed.), The handbook of business discourse. Edinburg, UK: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Brummans, B. H. J. M., & Miller, K. I. (2004). The effect of ambiguity on the implementation of a social change initiative. Communication Research Reports, 21, 1-10.
  • Brummans, B. H. J. M. (2003). Reconstructing Opa: Last meditations of a meteorologist. Qualitative Inquiry, 9, 828-842.
  • Cooren, F., Matte, F., Taylor, J. R., & Vasquez, C. (2007). A Humanitarian Organization in Action: Organizational Discourse as a Stable Mobile. Discourse and Communication, 1(2),153-190.
  • Cooren, F., & Robichaud, D. (2006). Globaliser et disloquer en situation d’interaction: Comment asymétrise-t-on une relation? [Globalizing and Dislocating in Interactional Situation: How Do We (Re-)Create an Asymmetrical Relationship] In D. Vincent, Les interactions asymétriques. Québec: Nota Bene.
  • Cooren, F. (2006). The Organizational Communication-Discourse Tilt: A Refugee's Perspective. Management Communication Quarterly, 19(4), 653-660.
  • Cooren, F. (2006). Arguments for the In-Depth Study of Organizational Interactions: A Rejoinder to McPhee, Myers and Trethewey. Management Communication Quarterly , 19(3), 327 – 340.
  • Cooren, F. (2005). Pour un approche décentrée de l’énonciation: Le fonctionnement de l’énoncé de croyance en situation d’interaction [For a decentralized approach to enunciation: the functioning of the statement of belief in an interaction situation]. Psychologie de l’interaction, 19-20, 189-222. .
  • Cooren, F., Canestraro, D., Thompson, F., Bodor, T. (2006). From Agency to Structure: Analysis of an Episode in a Facilitation Process. Human Relations, 59(4), 533-565.
  • Cooren, F., Fox, S., Robichaud, D., & Talih, N. (2005). Arguments for a plurified view of the social world: Spacing and timing as hybrid achievements. Time & Society, 14(2/3), 263-280.
  • Cooren, F., & Fairhurst, G. T. (2004). Speech Timing and Spacing: The Phenomenon of Organizational Closure. Organization, 11(6), 793-824.
  • Castor, T., & Cooren, F. (2006). Organizations as Hybrid Forms of Life: The Implications of the Selection of Human and Non-Human Agents in Problem-Formulation. Management Communication Quarterly, 19(4), 570-600.
  • Fairhurst, G. T., & Cooren, F. (2004). Organizational Language-In-Use: A Comparison of Interaction Analysis, Conversation Analysis and Speech Act Schematics. In D. Grant, C. Hardy, C. Oswick, N. Phillips, & L. L. Putnam (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational Discourse (pp. 131-152). London: Sage.
  • Giroux, H. (à paraître). ’It was such a handy term’ : Management fashions and pragmatic ambiguity. The Journal of Management Studies.
  • Giroux, H. et J. R. Taylor (2002). The justification of knowledge: Tracking the translations of quality. Management Learning 33 (4): 497-517.
  • Létourneau, A. (2005). Les significations majeures du mot « éthique » dans les journaux québécois [Major significations of the word “ethic” in Quebec newspapers], 2000-2003, Communication, 24 (1), 177-208.
  • Létourneau, A. et Lacroix, A. (2005). L’intervention en éthique : structurée mais non linéaire [Intervention in ethics: structured but non-linear]. Interactions , 9 (1), 43-62.
  • Robichaud, D., Giroux, H. & Taylor, J.R. (2004). The metaconversation: Recursivity of language as a key to organizing. The Academy of Management Review, 29 (4), 617-634.

  • Brummans, B. H. J. M. (2006). The Montréal school and the question of agency. In F. Cooren, J. R. Taylor, & E. J. van Every (Eds.), Communication as organizing: Practical approaches to research into the dynamic of text and conversation (pp. 197-211). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum.
  • Cooren, F. (2006). Organizational Discourse in K. Brown (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. Elsevier.
  • Cooren, F. (2005). The Contribution of Speech Act Theory to the Analysis of Conversation: How Pre-sequences Work. In K. Fitch & R. E. Sanders (Eds.), Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (pp. 21-40), Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Cooren, F., Robichaud, D. (2006). Globaliser et disloquer en situation d’interaction. Comment asymétrise-t-on une relation [Globalizing and dislocating in interaction situations. How to make a relationship asymmetric]. In Vincent, D. (dir.) Interactions asymétriques. Québec : Nota Bene.
  • Létourneau, A. (2005). L’éducation à l’éthique citoyenne de la fréquentation des médias [Education in citizen ethics of media use]. In A. Duhamel and F. Jutras (eds.)., Enseigner et éduquer à la citoyenneté (75-92). Ste-Foy: PUL.
  • Létourneau, A. (2004). Précisions conceptuelles sur consensus et dissentiment en éthique [Conceptual clarifications on consensus and dissent in ethics]. In A. Benmakhlouf & J.-F. Lavigne (dir.), Avenir de la raison, devenir des rationalité (564-568). Paris: Vrin.
  • Létourneau, A. (2003). L’environnement et le génome du point de vue d’une éthique philosophique de la communication [The environment and the genome from the standpoint of philosophical ethics of communication]. In A. Lacroix et J.-F. Malherbe (dir.), L’éthique à l’ère du soupçon (67-92). Montréal : Liber.
  • Robichaud, D., (2006). Steps toward a relational view of agency. In Cooren, F., Taylor, J. R. & Van Every, E. (Eds). Communication as Organizing: Empirical Approaches to Research into the Dynamic of Text and Conversation (pp. 101-114). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Robichaud, D. (2003). Organizations as narrative institutions. In Czarniawska, B. & Gagliardi, P. (Eds). Narratives we organize by. Narrative approaches in organization studies (pp. 37-53). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Robichaud, D. (2002). Greimas' semiotics and the analysis of organizational action. In P. B. Anderson, R. J. Clarke, K. Liu & R. K. Stamper (Eds.), Coordination and communication using signs. Studies in organisational semiotics. (pp. 129-149). Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Taylor, J.R., & Cooren, F. (2006). Making Worldview Sense: And Paying Homage, Retrospectively, to Algirdas Greimas. In F. Cooren, J. R. Taylor, & E. J. Van Every (Eds.), Communication as organizing: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations In the dynamic of text and conversation (pp. 115-138). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Taylor, J.R. et H. Giroux. (2005). The role of language in self-organizing. Advances in Self-organizing Systems (131-167). G.A. Barnett and R. Houston (eds.), Cresskill, NJ.: Hampton Press.
  • Taylor, J.R. & Robichaud, D. (2006). Management as Metaconversation : The search for closure. In Cooren, F. (Ed.). Interacting and Organizing: Analyses of a Board Meeting (pp.5-30). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

  • Brummans, B. H. J. M., & Putnam, L. L. (2003). New directions in organizational culture research: A review of Martin's "Organizational Culture: Mapping the Terrain" and Alvesson's "Understanding Organizational Culture." Organization , 10, 640-644.

  • Létourneau, A. (2002). La tension qui caractérise une éthique communicationnelle [Tension that characterizes communication ethics], Les cahiers de la Chaire d’éthique appliquée. Longueuil : GGC Éditeurs, 52 p.