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Mechanistic home range analysis (MHRA) is a highly effective tool for understanding spacing patterns of animal populations. It has hitherto focused on populations where animals defend their territories by communicating indirectly, e.g. via scent marks. However, many animal populations defend...
Collective phenomena, whereby agent –agent interactions determine spatial patterns, are ubiquitous in the animal kingdom. On the other hand, movement and space use are also greatly influenced by the interactions between animals and their environment. Despite both types of interaction...
What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger: Identity change in a social enterprise facing place-oriented disruptionDownload
In this research, I explore how place-oriented environmental disruptions shape the flow of organizational identity. I studied a social enterprise, Better World (a pseudonym), that faced a place-oriented disruption and fought hard to keep its place. In doing so, the organization emerged as a...