Institut for Organisation

  • Center for Organizational Research on Impact (CORI)

Kontor: KIL/14.A-4.44

I am a PhD Fellow in the societal impact of organizational theory at the Department of Organization.
My Ph.D. project is titled “Translating Theory into Practice: A match made in embodiment”.

I investigate how organization and management theory is put into practice and what this means on both an individual level and on a larger societal level. I am interested in and investigate the embodied processes that unfold when these theories traveled and are translated. I look at the influence that lived experience and the physical body has in giving theories meaning, form, and energy. I am also interested in the unintended consequences that these theories can have when translated into practice in society. I apply phenomenology and organizational studies and draw particularly on institutional theory in my thesis.

My Ph.D. project is part of the Velux Foundation project TITAN “Turning Theories into Actions”.

Primære forskningsområder
  • Organizational research
  • Institutional theory
  • Translation theory
  • Embodiment
  • Creative Industries
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Publikationer sorteret efter:
Jonas Cedergren; Sophie Marie Cappelen; Malia Carvalho / Capturing Processes of Translation : A Review of the Methodological Approaches to Study Translation.
Paper presented at 18th Workshop on New Institutionalism, 2023
Paper > peer review
Jonas Cedergren; Sophie Marie Cappelen; Malia Carvalho / Capturing the Processes of Translation
Paper presented at 39th EGOS Colloquium 2023, 2023
Paper > peer review

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