How Institutions Think
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|Publisher||Syracuse University Press|
|Preceded by||In the Active Voice (1982)|
|Followed by||Constructive Drinking (1987)|
How Institutions Think (first published 1986) is a book that contains the published version of the Frank W. Abrams Lectures delivered by the influential cultural anthropologist Mary Douglas at Syracuse University in March 1985.
- Ian Hacking in the London Review of Books, 8/22, 18 December 1986.
- Kenneth Lipartito in the Business History Review, 80/1, Spring 2006, pp. 135-140.
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