Sub-theme 38: Bringing Emotions out of the Shadows of Institutions

W.E. Douglas Creed, University of Rhode Island, USA
Maxim Voronov, Goodman School of Business, Brock University, Canada
Rich DeJordy, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, A4
Opening/ Emotions and Professional Values
Chair: Doug Creed, Rich DeJordy and Maxim Voronov
April L. Wright
Connecting place, agency and emotions: Institutional work in the emergency department
Robin Burrow
Pride and haute cuisine: The role of positive social emotion in processes of institutional reproduction and stability
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, A4
Institutional Stability through Emotional Restraint
Chair: Jaco Lok
Erik Schäfer and Georg Schreyögg
Coping with institutionalized project failure in architecture firms. The role of emotions
Mark de Rond and Jaco Lok
Some things can never be unseen: The role of context in psychological injury at war
Linh Chi Vo, Jean-Denis Culié and Eléonore Mounoud
Emotional and individuals’ agentic orientations: A case study for a better understanding of microfoundations of neo-institutional theory
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30
- Round Table -
Round Table A: Emotions in the Face of Adversity - Room: A4
Chair: Maxim Voronov
Pablo Martin de Holan, Pablo Fernández and Alberto Willi
Emotional balance and institutional work for social innovation
Jean Clarke
Critiquing cognition: Understanding entrepreneurs' use of "emotion talk" through discursive psychology
Sophie Michel and Michael J. Gill
Fantasies and institutional influences: The case of French fruit and vegetables wholesalers
Round Table B: Emotions and Making a Better World - Room: E5
Chair: Doug Creed
Diego Moreira Soares and M. Tina Dacin
How communities organize: The development of a local food system
Gunvor Guttormsen
Institutional work, identity and effort: A case study of the manifestation of institutional logics at the local level within a Norwegian voluntary organization
Round Table C: Professional Becoming through Emotional Retooling - Room: E6
Chair: April Wright
Rachel Ashworth
Becoming a Police and Crime Commissioner: Patterns of identity work in an emergent institutional context
Pauline de Becdelièvre, François Grima and Ludovic Taphanel
How does emotion residue affect the integration of individuals who switch institutions?
Camille Pradies and Rich DeJordy
Hope and fear: Emotions and institutional work among professionals in response to an institutional change
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Emotions and Institutional Logics - Room: A4
Chair: Doug Creed
Tammar B. Zilber
The work of institutional logics on the ground: A passionate drama
Craig Prichard
Emotion and value in institutional logics
Linda Jakob Sadeh and Tammar B. Zilber
The role of emotions and relational spaces in institutional complexity: Inside a Jewish-Palestinian organization
Parallel Stream B: Changing Institutions and Changing the Feelings - Room: E5
Chair: Maxim Voronov
Trish Ruebottom and Madeline Toubiana
Biographical opportunities: Creating pride in alterity through entrepreneurship in stigmatized fields
Bjoern C. Mitzinneck
Inspiring pride: How bio-energy Villages change institutionalized energy supply in Germany
Parallel Stream C: Tying Emotions and Values - Room: E6
Chair: Rich DeJordy
Anna Roberts
Identity and paradigm shift within the micro-foundations of institutionalism: A conceptual framework of identities and identity work
Russ Vince and Indira Kjellstrand
Kollektiv effort: The social unconscious, emotion and institutions
David Chandler, Matthew S. Kraatz and Ricardo G. Flores
Institutions, Values, and Emotions: Exploring Connections and Differences
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, A4
Emotions and Mobilization
Chair: Tina Dacin
Amanda Moss-Cowan
Toward materializing a logic change: Using institutions to adjust emotional intensity
Arash Amirkhany
Triggering institutional disruption: Industrial accidents, risk, and emotions
Janina Klein and John M. Amis
From “economic migrants” to “refugees”: Images, emotions and institutional change during the migration crisis
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, A4
Emotions and Social Change
Chair: Matt Kraatz
Heidi Hirsto, Johanna Moisander and Kathryn Fahy
Emotions as discursive resources for theorizing institutional change
Maria B. Gondo and Samantha Fairclough
Emotions and institutional disrupting work: A meso-level investigation
Ryann Manning
‘All hands are needed’: The mobilization of diaspora communities in response to the 2014–2015 Ebola outbreak
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, A4
Emotions Across Levels and Closing
Chair: Doug Creed, Rich DeJordy and Maxim Voronov
Gerardo Okhuysen, W.E. Douglas Creed, Bryant A. Hudson and Kristin Smith-Crowe
A place in the world: Meso level systems of care and the social processes that animate institutions