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States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics 149)
States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control - Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics Book 149)
by Eric A. Posner

4.7 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 6398 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 298 pages
X-Ray for textbooks : Enabled

Authority and control are two essential concepts in political science. Authority refers to the legitimate power to make and enforce decisions, while control refers to the ability to influence or direct the behavior of others. These concepts are closely related, but they are not the same thing. Authority can be based on consent, tradition, or force, while control can be based on coercion, manipulation, or persuasion.

The study of authority and control is essential for understanding how political systems work. In this book, we will compare different approaches to the study of authority and control, and we will explore the implications of these approaches for understanding political behavior. We will begin by discussing the concept of authority, and we will then examine different ways of measuring and comparing authority. We will then turn our attention to the concept of control, and we will explore different ways of measuring and comparing control. Finally, we will consider the relationship between authority and control, and we will discuss the implications of this relationship for understanding political behavior.

The Concept of Authority

Authority is a complex concept that has been studied by scholars for centuries. There is no single definition of authority, but most scholars agree that it involves the legitimate power to make and enforce decisions. This power can be based on consent, tradition, or force. Consent-based authority is based on the agreement of those who are subject to it. Traditional authority is based on the customs and practices of a society. Force-based authority is based on the ability to use coercion to enforce decisions.

There are many different ways to measure and compare authority. One common approach is to look at the sources of authority. For example, some scholars argue that authority is based on the personal qualities of the leader, while others argue that it is based on the institutional context in which the leader operates. Another common approach is to look at the effects of authority. For example, some scholars argue that authority leads to obedience, while others argue that it leads to resistance.

The Concept of Control

Control is another complex concept that has been studied by scholars for centuries. There is no single definition of control, but most scholars agree that it involves the ability to influence or direct the behavior of others. This ability can be based on coercion, manipulation, or persuasion. Coercive control is based on the use of force or threats to enforce compliance. Manipulative control is based on the use of deception or trickery to influence behavior. Persuasive control is based on the use of reason and argument to convince others to change their behavior.

There are many different ways to measure and compare control. One common approach is to look at the sources of control. For example, some scholars argue that control is based on the personal qualities of the leader, while others argue that it is based on the institutional context in which the leader operates. Another common approach is to look at the effects of control. For example, some scholars argue that control leads to compliance, while others argue that it leads to resistance.

The Relationship Between Authority and Control

The relationship between authority and control is complex and multifaceted. Some scholars argue that authority and control are two sides of the same coin. They argue that authority is the legitimate power to make and enforce decisions, while control is the ability to influence or direct the behavior of others. Other scholars argue that authority and control are distinct concepts. They argue that authority is based on consent, tradition, or force, while control is based on coercion, manipulation, or persuasion.

The relationship between authority and control has important implications for understanding political behavior. For example, some scholars argue that authority is more effective than control in promoting compliance. They argue that people are more likely to obey authority figures because they believe that they have the legitimate power to make and enforce decisions. Other scholars argue that control is more effective than authority in promoting compliance. They argue that people are more likely to comply with orders from someone who has the ability to influence or direct their behavior.

The study of authority and control is essential for understanding how political systems work. In this book, we have compared different approaches to the study of authority and control, and we have explored the implications of these approaches for understanding political behavior. We have found that authority and control are complex and multifaceted concepts. We have also found that the relationship between authority and control is complex and multifaceted. These findings have important implications for understanding political behavior.

States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics 149)
States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control - Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics Book 149)
by Eric A. Posner

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Language : English
File size : 6398 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 298 pages
X-Ray for textbooks : Enabled
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States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics 149)
States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control - Second Edition (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics Book 149)
by Eric A. Posner

4.7 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 6398 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 298 pages
X-Ray for textbooks : Enabled
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