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Research in the Sociology of Organizations
This chapter examines the mass movement of Americans into investing during the 1990s as both a consequence and a cause of contested power between corporations and individuals. This movement was part of a larger historical pattern of economically marginalized people consolidating their power through associational strategies in the realm of finance. Using US investment clubs as a case study, the chapter draws on Foucault's theories to illuminate the bilateral power structure of modern capitalism,doi:10.1108/s0733-558x(2012)0000034011 fatcat:mvdolhmj3zcizop76ifxjtshwi