Flashcards in Chap 11 Deck (13):
essentially negotiable concepts
Culturally recognized concepts that evoke a wide range of meanings and whose relevance in any particular context must be negotiated
The deep separation that individuals experience between their innermost sense of identity and the labour they are forced to perform in order to survive
A pervasive sense of rootlessness and normlessness in a society.
An agreement to which all parties collectively give their assent
Power based on verbal argument
The power to refuse being forced against ones will to conform to someones else's wishes
The act of governing appropriate to promote the welfare of populations within a state.
A system of leadership in which rulers persuade subordinates to accept the ideology of the dominate group by offering mutual accommodations that nevertheless preserve the rulers privileged positions
The freedom of self contained individuals to pursue their own interests above everything else and to challenge one other for dominance
The study of social power in human
Transformative capacity; the ability to transform a given situation