Describes how to assess and improve an individual basis, sources and levels of power in a family system. Relies on Franch and Raven framework identified five bases of social power (reward, coercive, legitimate, expert and speaker), and describes how these bases change depending on the circumstances of a relationship. Also described is to provide as an individual roller, resources and relationships in the system and out of a family of the power sources of these bases. Discusse … Read more »

Describes how to assess and improve an individual basis, sources and levels of power in a family system. Relies on Franch and Raven framework identified five bases of social power (reward, coercive, legitimate, expert and speaker), and describes how these bases change depending on the circumstances of a relationship. Also described is to provide as an individual roller, resources and relationships in the system and out of a family of the power sources of these bases. Explains the connection between power and dependence in a relationship. Finally, it is explained how the individual power to improve a relationship.
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John A. Davis
7 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 16, 2007. Prod #: 808 026 PDF-ENG
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