How Power Corrupts - Blaug, R.
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This is an interdisciplinary study of the mechanisms by which power corrupts. It incorporates political theory, organizational studies and cognitive science. In particular, it introduces advances in the field of cognitive psychology, which it uses to examine the effects of institutionalized power on how we think.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This is an interdisciplinary study of the mechanisms by which power corrupts. It incorporates political theory, organizational studies and cognitive science. In particular, it introduces advances in the field of cognitive psychology, which it uses to examine the effects of institutionalized power on how we think.
Autorenporträt
RICARDO BLAUG is a Senior Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Leeds, UK. Formerly a psychiatric social worker and public sector manager, he has lived in the USA and the Netherlands. An award winning author, he also delivers research and consultancy to a range of public organisations and policy-makers.

Inhaltsangabe
Introduction Corruption, Power and Democracy Psychologies of Power Individual Cognition Organisational Knowledge Democratic Conclusions Conclusion

Rezensionen
This book is now printed properly. Please disregard earlier reviews which state otherwise.