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No notes for slide. York u 1. Why History? In order to understand contemporary institutions it important to know something of their historical development p. The problem with history and the past. Here the argument is that History is not so much the skillfully crafted recounting of real, or factual, events from the past so much as a well crafted story about the past that is constructed by the historian through the careful use of narrative.
Mills, b. Focuses on the constitution of the past as an outcome of the socio-politics of actor networks. Maps the socio-past by following a series of socio-politics of actor-networks, to understand how they construct their past.
Privileges the voice of the actors over that of the historian and privileges the empirical over the theoretical when re assembling the traces of the socio-past. Makes transparent the socio-political conditions of the creation of history. Differential recruitment and control: the sex structuring of organizations.
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