social power

social power

Social medicine The influence–ie, power that a person has in society and among peers, attributable to expertise, information, or emulation by others. See Decision-making.
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Capital is, therefore, not a personal, it is a social power.
From the moment when labour can no longer be converted into capital, money, or rent, into a social power capable of being monopolised, i.e., from the moment when individual property can no longer be transformed into bourgeois property, into capital, from that moment, you say individuality vanishes.
These things, doubtless, represent a great social power, but it is not the power of love; and no other power could win Philip from his personal reserve.
She could see him instantly before her, in every charm of air and address; but she could remember no more substantial good than the general approbation of the neighbourhood, and the regard which his social powers had gained him in the mess.
To be sure, he as invariably requested to be refreshed with a sight of the paper in which he was a joint proprietor; but he never failed to remark that it was the great pleasure he derived from Mr Venus's improving society which had insensibly lured him round to Clerkenwell again, and that, finding himself once more attracted to the spot by the social powers of Mr V., he would beg leave to go through that little incidental procedure, as a matter of form.
He repressed with the utmost delicacy all betrayal of the shock which I am sure he must have received from our meeting, or of a desire to penetrate into my condition and circumstances, and sought by the utmost exertion of his charming social powers to make our reunion agreeable.
The correlations between team commitment and the various types of social power were further analyzed in addressing RQ5 to see if there were differences between players based on their position.
To understand the Occupy Movement, we need to examine three levels of abstraction: the mobilization itself, the symbolic aspect, and the social power that the movement is trying to develop.
Aron examines social power, in the sense of command, influence or coercion came from an individual or social group.
However, other evidence suggests that those who do not gossip at all are just as lacking in social power as those who gossip too much.
Households and Hegemony: Early Creek Prestige Goods, Symbolic Capital, and Social Power. By Cameron B.
Reflecting critically on his own status as a male physician who enjoys a certain degree of social prestige, Brody calls on bioethicists to follow feminist ethics in attending closely to the operation of social power, not only within the practice of medicine, but also within their own work.

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