Frameworks of Power

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SAGE, 17 ביולי 1989 - 297 עמודים
This textbook provides a coherent and comprehensive account of the different frameworks for understanding power which have been advanced within the social sciences. Though looking back to the classical literature on power with special emphasis on Machiavelli and Hobbes, the book concentrates on the modern analysis of power - from both British and American social and political theorists, and from German Critical Theory and French theorists such as Foucault - and develops upon its theory and its application.

Not only does the book provide an overview of the various frameworks of power advanced by these and other influential thinkers, but it also develops a new synthesis based on important work in both the sociology of science

 

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an Overview of
1
Power and agency in the Community Power Debate
8
Agency and structure in the analysis of power
14
Conclusion
20
Hobbes choice and its conceptual extension
27
Hobbes and Machiavelli
34
Metaphorical continuities
41
Floyd Hunter and the community power elite
48
Habermas on Parsons on power
133
Giddens duality of structure
140
Conclusion
147
Disciplinary power biopower and sovereign power
153
Sovereign power and its conceptual overextension into dominant
159
Disciplinary power and the dissolution of the sovereign power
167
From structural ideology to poststructuralist hegemony in Laclau
178
Conclusion
184

Dahls methodological challenge to contemporary elitism
50
Dahls critique of the ruling elite model
57
Conclusion
64
the power of intention
72
Is power something actualized or not?
83
real interests in ideal speech situations
92
Lukes model of power and structure
98
Interests and epistemology
115
Realism causal powers and objectives
121
Conclusion
127
disciplinary practices of surveillance
190
Strategic agency
198
Power and resistance
207
Manns contribution
218
Conclusion
239
Centralized states and the emergence of public administration
251
The modern constitutional nation state
265
Conclusion
271
Index
291
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Stewart Clegg is a prolific publisher of several hundred articles in leading academic journals in strategy, social science, management and organization theory; is also the author and editor of about fifty books, as well as a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences, a Distinguished Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and the recipient of significant awards from the American Academy of Management for his contributions to management theory and practice.

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