A100+-+Images+of+Power+in+Aspirational+Dress

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/13/11 Images of Power Rubinstein Chapter 5
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2/13/11 Images of Power Power is defined as the ability to recognize one’s will against the resistance of others; the desire for obedience and personal loyalty; the ability to reward and the ability to impose the threat of physical harm; the right to exercise physical force Is based in either (1) devotion, (2) tradition, or (3) rationality
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2/13/11 Images of Power Charismatic Dictatorship (devotion) Based on extent to which others recognize or reject the leader’s superior or extraordinary qualities - Uniform impresses followers and enemies - Uniform represents single- mindedness, discipline, self-restraint,
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2/13/11 Images of Power Monarchy (tradition) Based on ruling party being members of the aristocracy; quasi- divine position - Uniform protected and sustained sacred power of the kingship - Uniform demonstrated political and administrative power
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2/13/11 Images of Power Power in the American Presidency
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2011 for the course AMST-A 100 taught by Professor Carter-david during the Spring '10 term at Indiana.

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