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Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: GV
This paper defines the circus as an institutionalised questioning of forms of stability and classification, and then enquires as to how such effects are produced. I begin with the cultural representations of the circus, and then move through sections on community, movement and economic organization. This order is intended to illustrate that the production of mystery is a complex affair, and that cultural and economic descriptions of this particular form of organization are necessarily entangled. Focussing on one at the expense of the other leads to either a culturalism which lacks an understanding of production, or a business model which is incapable of understanding miracles.
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    • Van Maanen, J, (1991), 'The Smile Factory', in Frost, P, Moore, L, Louis, M, Lundberg, C, and Martin, J, (eds.), Reframing Organisational Culture. Newbury Park: Sage, 58-76.
    • Wood, G (2002) Living Dolls. London: Faber and Faber.
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