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Organizational communication, cultural studies, social and cultural theory, interpretive and critical research methodologies and methods
My research interests lie at the intersection of organizational communication and cultural studies. I study the communicative and cultural foundations for, and implications of, the new economy.
Outcalt, A. & Carlone, D. (in press). Millennial generations: How Millennials engage discursive opening amidst corporate colonization of the lifeworld. In M. Z. Ashlock & A. Atay (Eds.), From theory to practice: Examining Millennials reshaping organizational cultures. Lanham, MD: Lexington
Carlone, D. (2017). Scientific management. In C. R. Scott & L. K. Lewis (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Carlone, D. (2017). Capitalism. In C. R. Scott & L. K. Lewis (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Kellett, P. M., Schwartzman, R. & Carlone, D. (2016). Bangalore to Bengaluru—Garden City to Silicon Valley: Scenes from a rapidly changing and conflicted city space. In W. Jia (Ed.), Intercultural communication: Adapting to emerging global realities (pp. 137-156). San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Dempsey, S. E, & Carlone, D. (2014). Communication and/as labor: Implications for power, agency, and social change. In J. S. Hanan & M. Hayward (Eds.), Communication and the economy: History, value and agency (pp. 45-66). New York: Peter Lang.
Carlone, D. (2013). Infecting capitalism: The class process, communication, and surplus. ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization, 13, 527-554. (Special issue on The communism of capital? Ephemera is an independent, international, and online journal: http://www.ephemerajournal.org/)