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“…‘Doin’ politics’ (Helms et al, ) therefore has been discussed as an important role of nurse leaders, those in administrative roles or nurses who move into the political arena and work in elected office (American Nurses Association, ), both of which are, as previously noted, positions of power. This limited and narrow definition of politics is problematic in contemporary HCOs, which are noted to be highly political organizations (Berwick, ; Issel, ; Mason et al, ; Sturmberg, ). For the purpose of this study, politics was understood as micro‐level interactions mediated both by power and dominant discourse, highly associated with the ‘moral‐ethical’ (Grant, Ledema, & Oswick, , p. 216; Jones, ) realm of being.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…‘Doin’ politics’ (Helms et al, ) therefore has been discussed as an important role of nurse leaders, those in administrative roles or nurses who move into the political arena and work in elected office (American Nurses Association, ), both of which are, as previously noted, positions of power. This limited and narrow definition of politics is problematic in contemporary HCOs, which are noted to be highly political organizations (Berwick, ; Issel, ; Mason et al, ; Sturmberg, ). For the purpose of this study, politics was understood as micro‐level interactions mediated both by power and dominant discourse, highly associated with the ‘moral‐ethical’ (Grant, Ledema, & Oswick, , p. 216; Jones, ) realm of being.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning