An Authoritative Source of Information
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The Author of the above article, Marcia G. Yerman is an authoritative source of information regarding shopping addiction because the information compiled in the article is written in simple language making it easier for readers to understand. The author is an NYC Writer who focuses on women’s issues and is the co-founder of CultureID. This […]

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Crime, Authority and the Policeman-State
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Part AGatrell in this article considers how attitudes towards crime and policies have been constructed, by whom and how. The writer discusses from when the ideas about disciplining occurred and how the definition of crime has changed its meaning as the society has evolved over the centuries. So the writer begins with the history of […]

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The Distinction between Liberal and Authoritarian Police Forces
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The Police force in England and the USA was invented roughly between the years 1825 to 1865 so as to counter the rise in crime rates during that period. In addition to plummeting crime rates, the elites used the police force to act in instances of collective actions such as defiant crowds and riots. In […]

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Evaluate the factors that affect the legitimacy of political systems
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Before I can evaluate the factors that affect legitimacy , I need to define legitimacy. Legitimacy has been defined in a number of different ways, Max Weber defined it as “a belief in the right to rule”, others see legitimacy as “the capacity of a political system to engender and maintain the belief that existing […]

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The Divine Right of Kings and Humanism
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Absolutism and the Divine Right of Kings The defense of monarchical absolutism, which asserted that kings derived their authority from God and could not therefore be held accountable for their actions by any earthly authority such as a parliament. Originating in Europe, the divine-right theory can be traced to the medieval conception of God’s award […]

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Plato and Nietzsche on Authority
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Nietzsche and Plato have many similarities in their discussion of political philosophy. Both dislike and hold contempt for democracy, and both favour a meritocratically chosen elite holding authority. There are even many similarities between the characteristics that they require in the group. However, there are differences too. Nietzsche doesn’t outline a strict theory of authority, […]

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What Weber called the routinization of charisma involves charismatic authority
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A. disappearing entirely.B. becoming more based on a leader`s personalityC. becoming sheer force. D. transforming into some combination of traditional authority and rational-legal authorityThe Routinization of CharismaIn pure form, charismatic authority exists only in the process of originating. It becomes either rationalize or traditionalized, or a combo of both for the following reasons:1) ideal and […]

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Does Questioning Authority Make a Society Stronger?
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It is very important to question the ideas and decisions of people in positions of authority in today’s society. Although some respect for authority is necessary for a group to function, questioning the people in charge makes us better thinkers. In today’s society, we have many questions about the choices and decisions some of our […]

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An Analysis to Weber Ideal Type Bureaucracy
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1 Introduction Max Weber’s study of bureaucracy look for develops a historical and sociological account of the rise of modern organizations. (Linstead et al.2004 p130). He used an ideal type to analysis appear of the bureaucracy form of organization. The ideal type, according to Weber, is a tool used to identify the characteristics of social […]

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Models of Public Administration
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Models in the public Administration were first introduced by Herbert Simmons. His work like; are important contributions to the Public Administrations. He bounded Rational Model, explained a rational way for arriving at a decision. Decision makers are more contended with satisfying rather than optimizing model in decision making which is a major contribution to model […]

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NCO Authority
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Today i am going to write a summarization on Chapter 2 of FM 7-22. 7 Duties, Responsibility, And Authority of the NCO. As a noncommissioned officer, it is your responsibility to know what authority you have as a leader, you must know what authority you have and where it comes from. When exercising your authority […]

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