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Power

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC 101
Professor
Rubin
Semester
Fall

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SOC 101 November 30 2011 Power PowerThe ability of one person or a group to exercise influence and control over others even in the face of oppositionIt is o Built into institutions o Reflected in the actions of role occupants o Shaped by race class and genderAuthorityo Power that is perceived as legitimate o Types of authority max weberTraditionalBased on longestablished patterns that given certain people or groups legitimate powerCharismaticDue to the personal appeal of a leader including hisher qualities that inspire devotion and obedience RationallegalStems from formal rules and regulationsLaws procedures and codes of conductsUp
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