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A theory of power in small groups

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Balzer, Wolfgang

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Abstract A theory of power inspired by Wartenberg's account is presented in precise terms, together with various specializations amounting to different forms of power, and performing a net. The notion of exerting power is characterized by the actors' intentions and by a believed causal connection between the actions involved. The subordinate agent performs "his" action although originally he did not intend to do so. Some variants of application of the models are discussed.
Keywords power; theory; small group; interaction; intention; theory formation; structure; social institution; institution
Classification General Concepts, Major Hypotheses and Major Theories in the Social Sciences; Social Psychology
Method basic research; theory formation
Free Keywords social group; power; structure; forms of power
Collection Title The structuralist program in psychology : foundations and applications
Editor Westmeyer, Hans
Document language English
Publication Year 1992
Publisher Hogrefe u. Huber
City Bern
Page/Pages p. 191-210
ISBN 3-456-82325-8
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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