Sub-theme 79: Violence and Organization

Jana Costas, European University Viadrina, Germany
Philipp Arnold, European University Viadrina, Germany
Stefano Pascucci, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Violence and France Telecom // Interventions
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Stefano Pascucci, Jana Costas
Anne Janand, Amélie Notais and Hugo Gaillard
‘The Manufactory of Violence’: A study on Darwinist mobility practices in a French telecommunications company
Discussant(s): Sanjana Goreeba
Régis Martineau and Yves Habran
The role of numbers in organizational violence: the France Telecom case
Discussant(s): Anne Janand
Sanjana Goreeba
France Telecom suicides: Managerial practices as institutional forms of psychological harassment and violence in organizations?
Discussant(s): Régis Martineau
Jenny K. Rodriguez, Sadhvi Dar and Angela M. Dy
Academic conferences as sites of gendered, neo-colonial violence
Discussant(s): Elise Lobbedez
Katharina Miko-Schefzig, Cornelia Reiter, Mark Learmonth and Karin Sardadvar
Solidarity through participation: Scholar activism in Austrian detention centres as an answer to violent contexts
Discussant(s): Jenny K. Rodriguez
Elise Lobbedez
The soft flank effect: An amplifying and sustaining mechanism for social movement’s violent protest tactics
Discussant(s): Katharina Miko-Schefzig
We will have two thematic sessions in this time corridor:
Session 1: Violence and France Telecom
Session 2: Interventions
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 17:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Presentation/ Panel discussion with guest speaker
Chair: Stefano Pascucci, Philipp Arnold, Jana Costas
IMPORTANT: Due to unforseen circumstances, this session is canceled.
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Violence in context // Human rights, capitalism and violence
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Philipp Arnold
Camilo Andrés Benítez Ávila
Subjective, symbolic, and structural violence in the (anti)corruption: Paramilitary partnership
Discussant(s): Shuaib Ahmed Soomro
Stefano Pascucci, T Panico, and Giovanni Cicia
Farming in the shadow of violent organizations: Understanding farmers’ institutional displacement in the Neapolitan ‘Land of Fires’
Discussant(s): Camilo Benitez-Avila
Shuaib A. Soomro
Job stress and burnout among employees working in terrorist-ridden areas
Discussant(s): Stefano Pascucci
Rômulo Gomes and Sâmela Cardoso
Divergent spatialities: Disruptions with violent organizational spaces as an ontological principle
Discussant(s): Armindo Santos de Sousa Teodósio
Michelle Westermann-Behaylo, Tricia Olsen, Annie C. Snelson-Powell and Kathleen Rehbein
Shirking responsibility for violence: Corporate hypocrisy and the lack of remedy for human rights abuses
Discussant(s): Rômulo Gomes
Armindo Santos de Sousa Teodósio, Frederico Silva, André Luiz Freitas Dias and Frederico Quintão
Mining-Dependency & Necropower in the Brazilian Mining Sector: a critical analysis of the corporate environmental crime in Brumadinho, and Itabira Minas Gerais
Discussant(s): Michelle Westermann-Behaylo
We will have two thematic sessions in this time corridor:
Session 1: Violence in context
Session 2: Human rights, capitalism and violence
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 17:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Incivility and verbal violence
Chair: Philipp Arnold
Madhu Lata and Richa Chaudhary
Does meaningful work curb onset of workplace incivility? Examining the role of psychopathy
Discussant(s): Jean Saludadez
Jean Saludadez and Jo M. Katambwe
Organizational violence: How the abuse of illocutionary force harms organizational integrity
Discussant(s): Madhu Lata
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 10:00 to 12:15, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Anomic Settings // Service Work
Break 1: 11:00 to 11:15
Chair: Stefano Pascucci, Philipp Arnold
Anouck Adrot and Anne Salzman
“Lost in the jungle”: a simulation-based exploration of violence in anomic settings
Discussant(s): Gabriel Migheli
Gabriel Migheli
Violence as “desolation”: the contribution of Christophe Dejours’ psychodynamics of work to violence in organizations
Discussant(s): Anouck Adrot
Jefferson Pereira, Kely Paiva and Andrea Rodrigues
“Eyes wide shut”: The link between violence, resistance, and the meaning of work of Brazilian prostitutes
Discussant(s): Oriane Sitte de Longueval
Oriane Sitte de Longueval and Benoît Journé
When organizations do not manage violence, violence manages organizations
Discussant(s): Jefferson Pereira
We will have two thematic sessions in this time corridor:
Session 1: Anomic Settings
Session 2: Service Work