04 Power - POWER How Power Enters Politics 1. When...

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How Power Enters Politics 1. When decisions are made binding the political system has power over its members 1. When individuals and groups compete for access to the system's power individuals/groups seek to use the system's power so that allocations that meet their needs are made binding on others.
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POWER Power is the relationship between two social actors or entities (individuals or groups) in which one actor has the ability to induce the other to behave in a manner that is consistent with its wishes, when by itself the other actor would do otherwise. A B x y influences not to do to do
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Sources of Power FORCE MATERIAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL REWARD LEGITIMACY a moral claim * legitimacy is the belief on the part of one person that he/she has the duty to obey another person *
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POWER AND COMPLIANCE Power Source Compliance Structure FORCE COERCIVE REWARDS UTILITARIAN LEGITIMACY AUTHORITATIVE (NORMATIVE) Each structure of compliance can obtain obedience, but they differ in their consequences for the political system.
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