“Identity and Pluralism: Who Am I? What Are We? How Are We?” – A Reflection on Seeking, Giving and Making Sense of Organising in a Fluid, Uncertain and Digitised World

  • Luca Giustiniano LUISS University
  • Paolo Gubitta University of Padua
  • Giovanni Masino University of Ferrara
  • Luca Solari University of Milan
  • Teresina Torre University of Genoa
Keywords: Organizational identity, liminality, Critical discourse analysis, topic modelling

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Published
2020-05-23
How to Cite
Giustiniano, L., Gubitta, P., Masino, G., Solari, L., & Torre, T. (2020). “Identity and Pluralism: Who Am I? What Are We? How Are We?” – A Reflection on Seeking, Giving and Making Sense of Organising in a Fluid, Uncertain and Digitised World. PuntOorg International Journal, 5(1), 1-5. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.19245/25.05.pij.5.1.1