Professor, Ross School of Business; Professor of Psychology
I study the feelings and forms of social life, particularly as they are manifest in dynamics of love, play, and individuation. Currently I am exploring how such dynamics are underlain and illuminated by man’s unique relation to God. I am coming to see that the one true anthropology is an anthropology in God.
Sandelands, L.E., 2005. Man and nature in God. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press.
Hoffman, A.J. and Sandelands, L.E., 2005, “Getting right with nature: Anthropocentrism, ecocentrism, theocentrism.” Organization and Environment, 18: 141-162.
Sandelands, L.E., 2003, “The argument for God from organization studies.” Journal of Management Inquiry, 12(2), 168-177.
Sandelands, L. E., 2003. Thinking about social life. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Sandelands, L.E., 2002, “Male and female in organizational behavior.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, v. 23(2), pp. 149-165.
Sandelands, L. E., 2001. Male and female in social life. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press.
Sandelands, L. E., 1998. Feeling and form in social life. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
- Administrative Science Quarterly
- Academy of Management Review
- Journal of Management Inquiry