Power: Its Forms, Bases, and Uses ebook
by Dennis H. Wrong
Dennis H. Wrong is professor of sociology at New York University. Bibliographic information.
The new opening provides the reader with a deeper appreciation of the non-reductionist character of the book as a whole. Dennis H. Power: Its Forms, Bases, and Uses Political Science: Sociology.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Power: Its Forms, Bases and Uses. Barry Barnes, Canadian Journal of Sociology. Power: Its Forms, Bases and Uses is thoroughly refreshing. Wrong is not interested in summarizing the vast literature on power, assessing our current state of knowledge about power, or pursuing a specific empirical problem. Instead, he tackles some of the 'big questions.
Since its original publication in 1979 has offered what is perhaps the most clear and comprehensive . The issues that Dennis Wrong addresses range from the philosophical and ethical to the psychological and political. Much of the work is punctuated with careful examples from history.
Barry Barnes, Canadian Journal of Sociology.
In one grand effort, this is an anatomy of power, a history of the ways in which it has been defined, and a study of its forms (force, manipulation, authority, an. .
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Dennis H. Wrong has been professor of sociology at New York University for more than twenty years. His books include Skeptical Sociologyand Power: Its Forms, Bases and Uses.