Why do social entrepreneurs have a particular need to establish legitimacy?
Unit 3 STUDY LIST
This is the study list for the Unit 3 test. The study list is not a summary of notes but provides the topics or areas that may be covered on the test; the task is for you to track down these topics or areas and make sure you are familiar with them.
Study list/the following topics may be on the test:
- Sensemaking and what it means that people don’t make sense tabula rasa
- How is sensemaking connected to action?
- How is sensebreaking involved in sensegiving?
- How are sensegiving and legitimacy connected?
- What does Steinbeck mean that “if the story is not about the hearer, he (or she) will not listen?”
- When hipsters define legitimacy, is it in the same way as academics?
- Describe the connection amongst identity work, narrative, and legitimacy
- Recognize the different types of legitimacy (per Zott) in examples
- Why do social entrepreneurs have a particular need to establish legitimacy?
- What two logics do social entrepreneurs navigate?
- What is the paradox of legitimacy?
- How can entrepreneurs use narrative or stories to address this paradox?
- How does Elizabeth Holmes/Theranos* reflect the paradox of legitimacy?
- Arguments regarding charisma and personality per Kets de Vries
- What is an iterative analysis?
- Distinguish between primary and secondary cycle coding
- What is the paradox of authenticity?
- How are authenticity and legitimacy different, or the same?
- Distinguish between a high self-monitor and a low self-monitor
- According to Morgan, how can a speaker develop authenticity?
- Know and describe the 4 intentions that go into authenticity, per Morgan
* Watch HBO’s The inventor: Out for blood in Silicon Valley, and Shortened version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVjD8ACuU7w&t=2723s