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Moral Gray Zones:
Side Productions, Identity, and Regulation in an Aeronautic Plant
Michel Anteby

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures and Table vii
Preface ix
Introduction: The Persistence of Organizational Gray Zones 1

PART ONE: THE MOTIVATIONS AND THE SETTING 15
Chapter 1: Revisiting Social Systems in Organizations 17
Chapter 2: The Side Production of Homers in Factories 29
Chapter 3: The Pierreville Plant: Setting and Status Divides 43

PART TWO: THE FINDINGS 61
Chapter 4: Retirement Homers: An Entry into the Community 63
Chapter 5: Homers Gone Wrong: Delimiting the Gray Zone 78
Chapter 6: Shades of Homer Meanings: Occupational Variations 91
Chapter 7: The Rise and Fall of Craftsmanship 106
Chapter 8: Trading in Identity Incentives 122

PART THREE: THE IMPLICATIONS 137
Chapter 9: Organizational Gray Zones as Identity Distillers 139
Chapter 10: Identities, Control, and Moralities 153
Appendix A: Data and Methods 173
Appendix B: Position in the Field 183

Notes 191
References 213
Index 227

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