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    Middle Manager Power Essay

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    I am actually a middle manager in one of the county agencies. In my line of work there are many layers of responsibilities. Some special assignments and projects by far exceed the legitimate power that was given to me and requires higher level of power and authority than my middle manager power can provide. It is also apparent to me that I have to rely and depend on others to accomplish the goals and objectives of the organization. Yes, I feel sometimes I need power being aware there are couple of faces of power, so to clarify I will attempt to describe needs for positive rather than negative aspects of power. The dilemma is how to use power I have so it servers to everyone in a positive and constructive way rather than negative or abusive way that can potentially distract and ruin empowerment of others, which almost always leads to the decrease in productivity, morale and team cohesiveness. Even more, how to increase that power without increasing…

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    Women have been one of the most oppressed minorities in history. They have rarely been powerful in any culture. In some events in history, women didn’t even have a role at all. Women didn’t have a Renaissance, like the rest of Europe did. In fact, women had more power in the middle ages than the renaissance. This power came from courtly love, and will probably be one of the only times in pre-modern European history where women had power. Throughout history women were regarded as clearly inferior…

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    The Middle Ages was an era in Europe that lasted since the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 CE until the beginning of Renaissance in the 14th century (History). Throughout those centuries, literature arose as a way of spreading out religious topics through Europe being Latin the most popular language. Hroswitha was one of the several numbers of authors that appeared at that time. She was a canoness in the 10th century and considered the first German poet (Britannica). Hroswitha’s plays…

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    Middle Power In Australia

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    debates, over which side of the see-saw ‘Middle Power’ Australia will fall, are on going. Will it be to an economically strong China or a historically ‘loyal’ United States. The political battle between these Superpowers for supremacy, will see a scrambling of the middle powers to make supportive statements and muscular actions either for or against. The rise of China has not only had a effect on the influence of its power in the International stage, but it has in turn effected both the small…

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    The power of the church was very influential during the medieval era since it gave courage to all of those in the feudal system (King and Epperly 54). One of the parts of culture and religion that was taken very seriously in the middle ages was the Great Chain of Being. The Great Chain stated that everything in the universe has its "place" in the world. This ranged from mere pebbles all the way up to The Lord himself in heaven (Melani). The rank of each person/object in the chain is based on the…

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    Art is considered to be a power in many ways. People since long time ago believe that art is something represent their beliefs, their thought and their love. Art can be a communication tool that can translate the beliefs of many people. From the beginning of time, people used art as a tool to express their feelings and show it other. Many religions use art to picture their gods, and they worship the art they make because these art represent their gods. Amida Buddha as an example was and still…

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    Michael Mann says power comes from society itself and that it is organized along four mentions. IEMP stands for: Ideological, Economic, Military, Political sources of social power. Mann says that societies are constituted of multiple overlapping and intersecting socio-spatial networks of power. These powers are organized and utilized in ways to achieve goals. These concepts apply to organizations like ISIS as well as the civil rights movement. I, or Ideological power, is dominated by religious…

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    Power Elite Theory

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    “This tirangle of power is now a structural fact, and it is the key to any understanding of the higher circles in America today.”(pg192). Though there is still an ongoing debate among academics as to how they should classify Mills in terms of his theoretical perspectives given the broad range of subjects he wrote about and the various classical sociological theories he used to explore these subjects. None the less Somewhat of a consensus has be reached with regards to Mills conception of the…

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    The Quest For Power The Lord of The Flies, written by William Golding, tells the story of young British boys who are stranded on an island in the middle of the ocean. These boys were in a plane escaping from a war scene when their plane came down. The will to survive and get off the island is a leading factor for stress and a key issue. However the quest and assertiveness to be in control and have power drives two boys in particular throughout the story. Power starts off in the form of a conch,…

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    Kicked out on the streets or searching for a new life, homelessness is more than just the stereotypical hobo. Being away from home can be an immense issue, not only physically but mentally. It could also be an eye-opening experience and give one a chance to feel alive. After analyzing various sources, it is easy to see that homelessness and power go hand and hand when it comes to one’s identity. Homelessness and power, simultaneously, gives one new notions and changes their identity positively…

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