Corporate Hegemony in Japanese Collaborative Management:A Case Study of Corporate Misconduct in Japan

Show simple item record 清宮, 徹 ja 2014-09-02T09:23:27Z 2014-09-02T09:23:27Z 2011-07
dc.identifier.issn 0286-2387
dc.description.abstract Japanese organizations have traditionally had strong relationships with their employees, which are recognized as a unique quality of Japanese organizational identities. In this article, I focus on corporate misconduct as related to organizational identity and corporate hegemony in Japanese collaborative management. An analysis of the cover-up scandal by the Japanese organization the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) is presented to study this issue. Several important findings from this study are as follows : ⑴ discursive processes and knowledge formation created MMC employees who were disciplined in concertive control, ⑵ senior management did not directly commit the crime, but corporate hegemony led their employees to commit the misconduct via collaborative management, ⑶ the enhancement of collaboration commodifies the identity of the employees, and they begin to idolize the company, which is a byproduct of the capitalist system. I conclude that corporate misconduct is not an error of management, but it is a natural consequence of the current capitalistic management systems. en
dc.language.iso eng ja
dc.publisher 西南学院大学学術研究所 ja
dc.title Corporate Hegemony in Japanese Collaborative Management:A Case Study of Corporate Misconduct in Japan en
dc.contributor.transcription キヨミヤ, トオル ja-Kana
dc.contributor.alternative Kiyomiya, Toru en
dc.publisher.alternative Seinan Gakuin University Academic Research Institute ja
dc.type.niitype Departmental Bulletin Paper ja
dc.identifier.jtitle 西南学院大学英語英文学論集 ja
dc.identifier.volume 52 ja
dc.identifier.issue 1 ja
dc.identifier.spage 113 ja
dc.identifier.epage 135 ja
dc.textversion publisher ja
jpcoar.creator.nameIdentifierNRID 1000000360298
jpcoar.creatorAffiliation.nameIdentifierKakenhi 37105
dc.teacher.researchmap-id 5000100885
dc.teacher.researchmap-url read0208434

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