CRITIQUE OF ANTI-ORGANIZATION THEORY BASED ON ITS PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS (FUNDAMENTAL HUMANIST PARADIGM)

Bijan Abdollahi, Bahare Shahriari

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The present article examines and criticizes anti-organization theory based on its philosophical foundations, which is found in the fundamental humanism paradigm; that a transient review is done on Borrel and Morgan's sociological paradigms (functionalism, interpretiveism, fundamentalist structuralism and fundamental humanism). The purpose of this article is to review the anti-organization theory and its viewpoint on organizational life and human resources and to describe the quadruple sociological paradigms. This theory acts in its own sphere of thought, and it must be said that it has a new look at the reality of organizational life and human resources. Finally, there is a review of the criticisms raised in the anti-organization theory about the organization's theory, which is in the form of a functional paradigm.

 

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anti-organization theory, paradigm, functionalist paradigm, paradigm of fundamental humanism, interpretative paradigm, structural fundamentalism paradigm

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