The Viewpoint - The Anatomy of ControlJuly 12 2012
by Nandish Vyas and Pranati Ishwar
Whilst the noted work ‘The Anatomy of Power’ (John Kenneth Galbraith, 1983) is written in the context of establishing that there are different sources of power which enable the imposition of will, and that different types of power can be obtained through such different sources, the examination of the anatomy and composition of “power” which has been undertaken in the book is a necessity, which is also entirely relevant to the manner in which the concept of “control” is defined in . . .
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