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Power

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Power

 

For our considerations of the role of power in organizations, I have derived a conceptual framework from Steven Lukes (2005) that we can use as a shared vocabulary for presenting and comparing articles.

 

  1. Behavior: What is the relationship of individuals' behavior to the exercise of power? What role does behavior play?
  2. Decision making and control: Who makes decisions and who has control? How do decision making and control function in the exercise of power?
  3. Conflict: What is the status of conflict, and what is its role in the exercise of power?
  4. Interests: How are individuals' interests advanced? Protected?
  5. Moral orientation: What are the normative goals that the exercise of power aims to achieve?

 

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