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Karina Santana May 7, 2010 May 21:Final 10a.m.-12p.m. (Room 421) Chapter 5-9 Internship: 408 SUBO Legitimate power and illegitimate problem 1. Reciprocity is a form of legitimate power. You are expected to repay every business favor. EX: When senator Clown of Arizona he publically dashed Sarah Palin for the loss. He blamed her; she is now fundraising for him in Arizona and supporting him against the tea party candidate. Why? Answer: Reciprocity. 2. Equity power is another source of legitimate power. Equity power consists of repaying unrequested favors. EX: someone goes out of his or her way to clear up a problem you are having with the IRS. They did it out of kindness this is an example of equity power. (Expected to show gratitude) 3. Dependence is a third type of legitimate power. EX: The democrat’s criticize Collin Powell for being a republican. They stated you benefited from affirmative action programs pushed by us democrats. You are made a general by president Carter who insisted that we have a black general. How can you stave us in the back? Source of legitimate power. He stated that affirmative action was the only good thing that democrats did and its not enough. Resource control means giving people what they need or with holding it from them. A person who controls resources has power. There are seven major types of resources. 1. Money: includes welfare payments, Medicare, Medicaid and food stamps. 2. Supplies: medical shoes, stocking and wheelchairs
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3. Human capital: includes which neighborhoods get extra service workers. Such as: police, teachers, social service workers, and sanitation. These resources are not allocated equally. 4. Time: EX: judges are famous for giving some lawyers extra time to prepare their argument and other lawyers none. 5. Equipment: you decide who gets the heavy equipment and who doesn’t. You decide which firehouse gets the new truck and which one gets the old truck that doesn’t work so well. (Distribution of scarce resources) 6. Critical services: road repair, school buildings maintenance, veterans hospitals up keeping 7. Interpersonal support: praise for good work and constructive criticism for bad
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