Professor Stephen Fineman
BA(Hons), MPhil, PhD
Job Title: Professor Emeritus
Subject Group: Organization Studies
Age and aging in organizations; Emotion in organizations; Critical organizational theory; Qualitative/ethnographic approaches.
Recent Publications 2001 to date
Fineman, S 2011 Organizing Age. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fineman, S., Sims, D., & Gabriel, Y. 2010. Organizing and Organizations (4th Edition). London: Sage
Fineman, S. (ed). 2008. The Emotional Organization: Passions and Power. Oxford: Blackwell.
Fineman, S. 2003. Understanding Emotion at Work. London: Sage.
Fineman, S., Maitlis, S., & Panteli, N. 2007. Themed articles: Virtuality and emotion: Introduction. Human Relations, 60(4): 555-560.
Fineman, S. 2006. Accentuating the positive? Academy of Management Review, 31(2): 306-308. Click here for article
Fineman, S. 2006. On being positive: concerns and counterpoints. Academyof ManagementReview, 31(2): 270-291. Click here for article
Fineman, S. 2006. Review of P. Frost toxic emotions at work. Scandinavian Journal of Management. 22: 86-88. Click here for article
Fineman, S. 2005. Appreciating emotion at work - paradigm tensions. International Journal of Work, Organisation and Emotion, 1(1): 4-19. Click here for article
Panteli, N., & Fineman, S. 2005. The sound of silence: the case of virtual team organizing. Behaviour and Information technology, 24(5): 347-352. Click here for article
Fineman, S. 2009. 'When I'm sixty five': The shaping and shapers of retirement identity and experience. In P. Hancock, & M. Tyler (Eds.), The Management of Everyday Life. Houndmills, Basingtoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Fineman, S. 2008. Emotion and organizing. In S. Clegg, C. Hardy & W. Nord (Eds.), Handbook of organization studies. London: Sage.
Fineman, S. 2006. Whither emotion? In D. Barry & H. Hansen (Eds.), Sage Handbook of New Approaches in Management and Organization. London: Sage.
Fineman, S. 2005. Emotion management. In N. Nicholson, P. G. Audia & M. Pillutla (Eds.), The Blackwell encyclopedia of management (2nd ed) 100-101. Oxford: Blackwell.