| Max Weber - 1968 - 313 páginas
...conforms with certain specific criteria.8 . . . Power, Authority, and Imperative Control "Power" (Macht) **is the probability that one actor within a social...own will despite resistance, regardless of the basis** on which this probability rests. "Imperative control" (Herrschaft)9 is the probability that a 8 Betrieb... | |
| Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo, Louise Lamphere, Joan Bamberger - 1974 - 352 páginas
...concepts that characterize the way in which decisions are made and carried out. Power, according to Weber, **"is the probability that one actor within a social...own will despite resistance, regardless of the basis** on which this probability rests" (1947: 152). When power rests on legitimacy (that is, on the notion... | |
| Philip Stanworth, Anthony Giddens - 1974 - 274 páginas
...offered any brief definition of 'power' which is notably superior to that formulated by Max Weber: that **power is 'the probability that one actor within a...be in a position to carry out his own will despite** resistance...'.34 It has sometimes been remarked that there is no agreement among sociologists as to... | |
| Blasco José Sobrinho - 2001 - 303 páginas
...Weber's concept of individual (or sectoral) "power (over)" — as "the probability that one actor in **a social relationship will be in a position to carry out his** will despite resistance, regardless of the basis on which this probability rests" — Parsons's attack... | |
| Richard H. Roberts - 2002 - 334 páginas
...which would in reality be far better served by the stronger Weberian definition. Weber maintains that **power is 'the probability that one actor within a...regardless of the basis upon which this probability** rests',8' and this would be congruent with the distinctive 'command-obedience connotation' attributed... | |
| William H. Reid, Stuart B. Silver - 2003 - 559 páginas
...associated concepts of power and authority. Max Weber (1947) defined power as follows: "Power' (Macht) **is the probability that one actor within a social...own will despite resistance, regardless of the basis** on which this probability rests" (p. 152). Authority is the right to effect a decision, or command.... | |
| Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse-Kappen, Thomas Risse, Beth A Simmons - 2002 - 571 páginas
...out (Baldwin, 1999; Guzzini, 1998). The Problem of Intentions Max Weber (1947: 152) defined power as **'the probability that one actor within a social relationship...own will despite resistance, regardless of the basis** on which this probability rests'. This definition clearly makes the intentions of actor A an important... | |
| Professor of International Politics Thomas Risse - 2002 - 571 páginas
...1999; Guzzini, 1998). The Problem of lntentions Max Weber 11947; 152) defined power as 'the prohahility **that one actor within a social relationship will be...his own will despite resistance, regardless of the** hasis on which this prohahility rests'. This definition clearly makes the intentions of actor A an... | |
| Bert N. Adams, R A Sydie - 2002 - 360 páginas
...basically conllict relations. The key determinant in social relations was power, which he defined as **the "probability that one actor within a social relationship will be in a position to carry out his** will despite resistance, regardless of the basis on which this probability rests." A more refined definition,... | |
| Mark Haugaard - 2002 - 341 páginas
...sophisticated vocabulary of power, which is still influentiaL Building upon Weber's definition of power 'as **the probability that one actor within a social relationship will be in a position to carry out his** will despite resistance, regardless of the basis on which this probability rests' (Weber 1978, p. 53),... | |
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