SG_Gaventa - 1. 2. PEOPLE, POWER AND POLITICS STUDY GUIDE...

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PEOPLE, POWER AND POLITICS – STUDY GUIDE Power and Participation, John Gaventa I. The One-Dimensional Approach (Pluralist) What is the definition of power according to this approach? What is the focus of this approach? On which three assumption is the definition based? 1. 2. 3. Why, in this view, is non-participation not a problem? What is non-participation related to? 1. 2. 3. 4. II. The Two-Dimensional Approach ("Power's Second Face")
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PEOPLE, POWER AND POLITICS – STUDY GUIDE What is the definition of power according to this approach? What is the focus of this approach? What does “the mobilization of bias” refer to?
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Unformatted text preview: 1. 2. PEOPLE, POWER AND POLITICS STUDY GUIDE III. The Three-Dimensional Approach What is the definition of power according to this approach? What is the focus of this approach? In what ways is power expanded power according to this approach? 1. 2. 3. IV. Mechanisms of Power What are the mechanisms of power? First Dimension: Second Dimension: Third Dimension: V. Challenge to Power How might challenge or rebellion against institutionalized power develop? PEOPLE, POWER AND POLITICS STUDY GUIDE What steps must be taken by a group in order to overcome powerlessness? 1. 2. 3....
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