Sub-theme 45: Institutions and Emotions

W.E. Douglas Creed, University of Rhode Island, USA
Jaco Lok, University of New South Wales, Australia
Marc J. Ventresca, University of Oxford, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Emotion and Legitimacy Challenges
Chair: W.E. Douglas Creed
Pushkala Prasad
Hot emotions and cool identities. Big tobacco’s strategies in countering moral illegitimacy, 1914–2000
Simona Giorgi, Margaret E. Guider and Jean M. Bartunek
Getting in line: A study of institutional maintenance as cultural re-alignment in the context of the Apostolic Visitation of U.S. women religious, 2008–2011
Anna Gerstrøm
In search of (il)legitimacy: How members survive organizational death by attributing (il)legitimacy to self and others
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Institutional Pluralism and Conflicting Emotion
Chair: Jaco Lok
Debbie H. Kim and Jeannette Colyvas
Ideological call to arms: Analyzing the character and maintenance of institutional contradictions in US electoral politics and education policy, 1952–2008
Wooseok Jung and Klaus Weber
Responses to institutional ambivalence
Vanessa Pouthier
The emotional qualities of institutional work: How emotionally laden identity work in everyday work interactions allows for the co-existence of multiple logics
Konstanze Senge
Investment decisions by emotion or by calculative design?
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Shame and Agression
Chair: Marc J. Ventresca
W. E. Douglas Creed, Bryant Ashley Hudson, Gerardo Okhuysen and Kristin Smith-Crowe
Shameless theorizing: Emotion in institutional maintenance and disruption
Stacey Kent, Peter Jordan and Ashlea C. Troth
Examining the relationship between institutional theory and the scripts of targets of social manipulation within the workplace
Rich DeJordy and Frank Barrett
Emotions in institutions: Bullying as a mechanisms of institutional control
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Galvanizing Emotional Support
Chair: W.E. Douglas Creed
Bryant Hudson, Elizabeth Goodrick and Lee Jarvis
Shame and institutional work in healthcare
April L. Wright and Ray Zammuto
Selling the patient: Professional values, emotions and institutional work
Trish Reay and Elizabeth Goodrick
Institutional logics and the dream of pharmaceutical care: The role of emotions in galvanizing the rank and file
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Emotions as Antecedents to Participation and Legitimacy
Chair: Jaco Lok
Felipe Massa, Maxim Voronov and Wesley S. Helms
"From the heart": Affective legitimation in the Ontario wine industry
Sang-Joon Kim and Myeong-Gu Seo
Non-monotonic effects of discourse on collective action for de-institutionalization
Stine Grodal and Nina Granqvist
Great expectations: Discourse, hype and emotions during field emergence
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Emotion as a Source of Creation or Disruption
Chair: Marc J. Ventresca
Jaco Lok and Mark De Rond
The relations between institutional logics, identity, and emotions
Gaëlle Dechamp and Bérangère Szostak
How to integrate emotions in an institutional analysis: Exploring the role of the creativity
Giulia Cappellaro
Individual level dynamics and organizational responses to institutional complexity. An ethnographic study
Hikari Akizawa
New practices and institutional changes in commercial fields: From emotionality and a nexus of practices
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, G-109 – Chydenia
Plenary: Toward a Research Agenda
Chair: Douglas Creed, Jaco Lok and Marc J. Ventresca