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Rhetoric and employment relations.

Hamilton, P. M. (2001) 'Rhetoric and employment relations.', British journal of industrial relations., 39 (3). pp. 433-449.

Abstract

The term 'rhetoric' is widely utilized within writings on employment relations, typically to signify emptiness, manipulation or as a contrast with reality. This paper critiques such usage and argues for employment relations to engage with the discipline of rhetoric. In outlining the parameters of rhetorical analysis in relation to the indeterminacy of the employment relationship and significance of persuasion, it describes how rhetorical studies have featured within the field of industrial relations. The paper ends with a consideration of the social constructionist implications of focusing on discourse and on how rhetorical studies could be further developed.

Item Type:Article
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-8543.00208
Record Created:22 Mar 2007
Last Modified:22 Jan 2010 13:16

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