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3rd dimension
context of society in which interactions are taking place, exclusion of interests of PS


the context of society in which this power relationship is taking place(ex:capitalism; supports owners)
force
PH uses a coercive tool over PS--any kind of harm when not compliant to PH from PS
authority
legitimate exercise of power(mutual agreement of who is in charge)

legalized and legitimate
influence
ability of an actor to bring about change w/o force
a) persuasion
b) manipulation
legitimate
similar to an agreement but w/no legal sanction(approval) or punishment for those who do not accept it(church pastors, teachers)
power(outline)
A. Power
1. Structure of Power
2. Operational and Definitional Introduction to Power and Authority
a. Intended
1. Influence-ability of an actor to bring about change w/o force
a)Persuasion
b)Manipulation
2. Authority-legitimate exercise of power(mutual agreement of who is in charge)
a)legalized
b)legitimate
3. Force/Violence/Coercion

power -social netwk where one actor is in dominant posit(PH) while the other one is in the weak position, subordinate(PS); defined as goal oriented

persuasion-friendly coercion

manipulation-situation where PS does not knwo goal of PH(dominant)

authority-more accepted exercise of power(mutual agreement between PH and PS)

legitimate-is like an argument of who is in power but w/no legal sanction(approval) or punishment for those who do not accept it(church, teachers)

force-PH has a coercive tool over PS--any kind of harm when not compliant to PH from PS

dominance-PS acts in a way to not offend PH, PH does not tell PS what to do, PS just knows what to do; latent or potential power(intent to control others

NESS
one dimension-pluralist, shows weaker position of subordinate party
pluralism-something that occurs which gives one group the edge over the other. PS has recognition and participation in decision making and is often has choice of conceding/refusing dominant's demands
-sys of govt where all groups are included
2nd: recognizes pressuer of PH and decision making behind the scenes
3rd: context of society in which power relationship is taking place
inducement-influence by changing the nature of the alternatives of PS of PH
influence-to affect by indirect means w/o apparent force or direct exercise of command
intended effects- deliberate effect is made to affect the behavior of thet other persons

Ness
one dimension-demonstrating weaker position of subordinate party
two dimension-PS may be excluded from decision making
three dimension-interests of PH and exclusion of interests of PS
one dimension
pluralist view, no PH or PS, everyone is equal and the system of govt includes all groups

however the illusion of pluralism is that something is going on which gives one group the edge over the other
persuasion
friendly coercion
intended effects
deliberate effect is made to affect the behavior of the other persons

influence, authority, force/violence/coercion
[authority:legalized and legitimate]
legitimate
PH defines the situation in the interests of the PH
influence
persuasion and manipulation
dominance
PS acts in a way to not offend PH, PH does not tell PS what to do, PS just knows what to do
-latent or potential power(intent to control others)
2nd dimension
PH emerges, decision making behind the scenes w/part of 1st dimension missing, recognizes the pressure of PH
authority
legitimate exercise of power(mutual agreement of who is in charge)
a)legalized
b)legitimate
operational and definitional introduction to power and authority
intended
power
social netwk where one actor is in dominant posit(PH) while the other one is in the weak posit subordinate(PS); defined as goal oriented
science of social (shorthand)
1. topic
2. literature
3. hypothesis
4. operationalizee
5. gather data
6. analyze
7. conclusion

authority
more accepted exercise of power(mutual agreement between PH and PS)
inducement
influence by changing the nature of the alternatives of PS or PH
legalized
PH defines the situation in the interests of the PS
science of social(longhand)
1. choosing a research topic
2. review the literature
3. formulate hypothesis(get more specific)
4. operationalize-figuring out the way to measure out the variables in your hypothesis[survey, document-historical analysis, experiment,field/ethnography]
5. gather data
6. analyze
7. conclusion