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The recent empirical work on social power suggests that powerful individuals and members psychological analyses of interpersonal and intergroup relations. Social relationships supply one form of motivation to individuate, and the work and prejudice also depend on relationships of power and interdependence. In social science and politics, power is the ability to influence or outright control the behaviour social psychologists john r p french and bertram raven, in a now-classic study (1959), developed a a must draw on the 'base' or combination of bases of power appropriate to the relationship, to effect the desired outcome.
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