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Boje, D. M. 2001d. Deconstructing Las Vegas, Special Issue (2001) of M@n@gement Journal - (2001), Volume 4(3): 1-227 - Guest Editor, David M. Boje http://www.dmsp.dauphine.fr/management/vol4_en.html

Introduction to Deconstructing Las Vegas (2001) Vol 4 (3) M@n@gement Journal

David M. Boje

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The Modern Las Vegas Casino-Hotel: The Paradigmatic New Means of Consumption

George Ritzer and Todd Stillman

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The Meanings and Messages of Las Vegas: The Present of our Future

A. Fuat Firat

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Understanding the "Imago" Las Vegas: Taking our Lead from Homer's Parable of the Oarsmen

Adrian Carr

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Safe Risk in Las Vegas

Robert P. Gephart, Jr.

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Death in Vegas: Seduction, Kitsch, and Sacrifice

Stephen Linstead

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Queering Las Vegas: Personal Experience Stories of Gay Men

Robert Sardy

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Archetypal Images at the Stardust Casino: Understanding Human Experience

Alexis Downs and Adrian Carr

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Las Vegas Striptease Spectacles: Organization Power over the Body

David M. Boje

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Knowledge Gambles: Academic Casinos and Paradigmatic Roulettes

Slawomir J. Magala

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Cinematic Re-Presentations of Las Vegas: Reality, Fiction and Compulsive Consumption

Cliff Oswick and Tom Keenoy

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