Interpretivist Perspective On Inequality Essay

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Symbolic Interpretivists’ perspective on inequality Subjectivism is the element of Symbolic Interpretivists’ Ontology. (Heracleous 2004) Symbolic Interpretivists believed that reality is based on what is comply upon to be evident and essential and the agreeance on reality is created through social structure, where the assumptions can appear to be visible and natural. Symbolic Interpretivists’ epistemology is interpretivism (Cohen D & Crabtree B 2006), where they believed that truth is corresponding to time and place and the individuals who are involved in the process of constructing meaning for it. For example, organisations will only be ‘meaningful’ as they are being constructed or reconstructed by their employees through meaningful interaction with one another. In short, truth is discovered by what is being exposed through own feelings, thoughts and by allowing oneself to be shaped by context. The reading of “Spatially embedded inequality: Exploring structure, agency, and ethnic minority strategies to navigate organizational opportunity structures” supported this view. Holck (2016) suggests that the substructures of inequality are balanced and replicated through spatial procedures and method. These substructures of…show more content…
The study is based on administering a combination of qualitative approach of contextualised ethnographic interviews and observations. With references to the data collected by Holck (2016), Agency was a corporate centre famed for its diversity profile due to its ethnically diversified and specialized workforce. The office space was open and its physical layout was based on a transparent style which means openness. (Waber, et al. 2014) With the seating areas situated in the centre of the office, Agency hope to support constant meeting activities between the
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