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Organizações & Sociedade

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Abstract

BARROS, Amon. Archives and the “Archive”: dialogue and an agenda of research in organization studies. Organ. Soc. [online]. 2016, vol.23, n.79, pp.609-623. ISSN 1984-9230.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1984-9230795.

This text considers the “Archive” as a concept and a transitional space and to bring together discussions from history and organizations in relation to theoretical and methodological concerns involving the use of archives. It sets out from the supposition that broadening our understanding of these terms may support historical research in Management to advance new questions about of a range of objects, including documents and archives. During this process we focus on the changes brought about by advances in information technology, particularly the internet, and put forward certain considerations concerning Organization Studies that rely on archives. The conclusion indicates that archives and the Archive are constituent elements of practices and structures, and that the field would benefit from a research agenda that took into consideration: 1) greater methodological awareness about the implications of the use of documents and archives; 2) discussions about organizations that archive and how archives shape practices within these organizations; 3) studies of already available documents, including those online; 4) an interrogation of knowledge in Management in relation to Archives.

Keywords : Organization Studies and History; Archives; Documents.

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