Recent studies of power have become increasingly quantitative and normative and have shifted the focus of inquiry away from the examination of power itself. Without discarding those studies, this book reinjects the phenomenological dimension into them. It explores the realities of power beyond measuring rods and emphasizes the distinctiveness of power in relation to law and authority. Contents: Introduction; Domination Drive; Types of Power Relationships; The Nature of the Product of Power Relationships; Sources of Power; Coefficients of Power; Spheres of Power; Resistants of Power; From Power to Law and Authority; Conclusion; Selected Bibliography; Index.
Domination drive; types of power relationships; the nature of the product of power relationships; sources of power; coefficients of power; spheres of power; resistants of power; from power to law and authority.