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Sadie Plant Mobile mutations
Sam Dallyn Satire, critique and the place of Critical Management Studies: Exploring Zero Books, Innovation and financialisation: Unpicking a close association, Managerialism and development
Samantha Warren Unwrapped: Let's get out of here, 'Show me how it feels to work here': Using photography to research organisational ethics, Organizing between a rock and a hard place
Sammy Toyoki Constructive spatial criticism on critical spatial construction
Samuel E. Trosow The copyright policy paradox: Overcoming competing agendas in the digital labour movement
Samuel Mansell The nature and purpose of the corporation: A roundtable discussion, Liberalism and the governance of populations
Sandra Smeltzer The labour of ICT4D: Whither the separation of carriage and content?
Sandro Mezzadra The right to escape
Saptaparni Pandit Alternatives to neo-liberalism: Towards greater social and ecological justice
Sara Lindström Engaged in teaching HRM: The quest for critical and reflective practice
Sara Louise Muhr H(a)unting quotas: An empirical analysis of the uncanniness of gender quotas, Feminism, activism, writing! Introduction to the special section, 'Managing the human' in 21st century organizations: Developing a critical and performative research agenda for HRM-studies, Entitlement racism and its intersections: An interview with Philomena Essed, social justice scholar , From radical black feminism to postfeminist hashtags: Re-claiming intersectionality, The ethics of the brand, The effect of affect: Desire and politics in modern organizations, In the name of love: Let’s remember desire, Professions at the margins
Sara Morais dos Santos Bruss Naming and shaming or ‘speaking truth to power’? On the ambivalences of the Indian ‘list of sexual harassers in academia’ (LoSHA)
Sara Walton Bitter to the loyal end: Notes on resisting left melancholy, after globalisation
Sarah Dunne Powerful writing as writing ‘with’
Sarah Gilmore How do I love thee? The England national team and the lovemark
Sarah Oßwald Practices in second hand spaces: Producing value from vacancy
Sarah Robinson Labour pains: Starting a career within the neo-liberal university
Saroj Giri Communism, occupy and the question of form
Scott Taylor Romance and revolution, In defence of … the bourgeoisie and capitalism?
Sean Hingston The magic of ethical brands: Interpassivity and the thievish joy of delegated consumption
Sean Sturm The playable university
Sebastian Abrahamsson Food repair: An analysis of the tensions between preventing waste and assuring safety
Sebastian Touza A note from the translator*, Introduction to 'Colectivo Situaciones'
Serena Cangiano Ease of repair as a design ideal: A reflection on how open source models can support longer lasting ownership of, and care for, technology
Serena Fredda The anamorphosis of living labour
Serena Giordano The moving borders of art
Serena Orazi The anamorphosis of living labour
Servando Pineda Jaimes Feminicidio, estado y violencia en Ciudad Juárez / Feminicide, state and violence in Juárez City
Shayne Grice Bitter to the loyal end: Notes on resisting left melancholy, after globalisation
Shiona Chillas Professions at the margins
Sian Sullivan Sensing the forum: A collage, An ‘other’ world is possible? On representation, rationalism
 and romanticism in social forums, The organisation and politics of social forums, Frontline(s)
Sibille Merz ‘Health and ancestry start here’: Race and prosumption in direct-to-consumer genetic testing services
Sibylle Peters 'The Ghosts Insurance': Participatory research in haunted schools by the Theatre of Research
Siddhartha Dabhi The ‘third way’ for climate action
Signe Vikkelsø Organizational space as sites of contention: Unravelling relations of dis/order in a psychiatric hospital
Silvia Gherardi Radicalising organisation studies and the meaning of critique