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​The first dimension of power consists of ​conscious strategies​ aiming to ​defeat any resistance​. This form of power is usually shown by control of scarce, valued and non­substitutable resources, which others depend on. ­Based on control of ​scarce, valued​ resources on which others depend. ­Any resource can be a source of ​power​, depending on the situation. ­Resources have to be ​mobilized​. ­Let everyone into the arena. ­All players exercise power bases. It uses power relatively ​visible​. It helps to explain ​decision​ outcomes as political. ­​Coercive power​: You injure or damage somebody. Eg. Three brothers strongly disagree with each other about any ideas. They want to control others by using rude languages, such as Ricci talked to Gerry that he foun...
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