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Max Weber: Traditional, Legal-Rational, and Charismatic Authority

  title={Max Weber: Traditional, Legal-Rational, and Charismatic Authority},
  author={Dana M Williams},
Nurses’ Involvement In Health Care Research and Policy Development in the Context of Mother-to-Child HIV/AIDS Transmission in Nigeria.
The author states that the aim of this book is to provide a history of the use of acronyms and its application in the usage of science and literature.
Consolidating and Strengthening the Capacity of Indigenous People Leaders in Maintaining Customary Law
This paper describes a series of experiments to answer the question related to leadership model in a customary community in Papua. This paper tries to provide a new perspective on the relationship
How to Survive in an Organization: Understanding the Other Side of Managers
The study aims to reveal the other side of managers in organizations. Some managers today uses the legal authority to generate and uphold despotic tendencies to control employees’. The survival of
Young people, procedural justice and police legitimacy in Nigeria
ABSTRACT Most findings from developed western societies – particularly USA and UK – have consistently found that young people's judgement about police legitimacy is built predominantly on procedural
Islamic identity online: the discourse of ummat and jihad in online news services in Indonesia
ii Statement of Candidate Contribution iii Table of
Structures of Authority in Ethiopian Universities
Authority is an important topic of research in the field of higher education. The main discussion of this paper centres on explaining the authority scheme of Ethiopian universities from a
Religious compliance in Islamic financial institutions
The central goal of this research is to explore the approach of the Islamic banking industry in defining and implementing religious compliance at regulatory, institutional, and individual level
The public presentation of authority in Saudi Arabia during the 20th century : a discursive analysis of "The London Times" and "The New York Times"
Thesis Ph. D. Michigan State University. Sociology 2014.%%%%The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is currently considered one of the most conservativecountries in the world with regards to the role of religion


Weber on legitimate norms and authority.
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The three types of legitimate rule
  • Berkeley Publications in Society and Institutions, 4 (1): 1-11. Translated by Hans Gerth.
  • 1958
Collective liberation on my mind
  • Montréal: Kersplebedeb.
  • 2003
Charismain Max Weber’s Sociology of Religion
Abstract Weber's concept of charisma has received diverse and contradictory interpretations. The essay argues that this diversity is caused less by inadequate readings of Weber than by
Self-Management and Ideology
The paper discusses the ideological basis of self-management. It considers whether self-management, as an economic system, is consistent with ideologies of Marxism, Anarchism, and Democracy. It goes
Constructing the anarchist beast in American periodical literature, 1880–1903
The first Red scare in the United States was directed at anarchism during the last quarter of the nineteenth century. The campaign is analyzed in the magazine writers' treatment of the movement and
Weberian Sociological Theory
Preface 1. Introduction Part I. Economics: 2. Weber's last theory of capitalism 3. The Weberian revolution of the High Middle Ages 4. A theory of technology 5. Weber and Schumpeter: toward a general
Masters of sociological thought
Critical Remarks on Weber's Theory of Authority *
Max Weber has often been criticized for advocating a wertfrei , ethically neutral approach in the social sciences and for thereby denying to man, in the words of Leo Strauss, “any science, empirical