This book has tried to place social constructionism in the market-place alongside previous books that describe organizations from a systemic perspective (e.g. Campbell et al., 1994). I see social constructionism as a separate field which nevertheless incorporates many concepts that are also articulated in the systemic framework, such as feedback, recursiveness, meaning systems, and seeing a "whole made up of parts". Social constructionism emphasizes different concepts such as social discourse, joint action, and dialogic communication. While this book has put a boundary around social constructionism, it remains only a part of the process that makes organizations what they are. The other part is the structures and resources that limit what an organization can do.