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Power and Politics

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Power and Politics, along with the companion set Power and Organizations, takes stock ofpower theory by reviewing its foundations, current status and emerging new directions in both organization studies and political theory. While there is evident synergy and cross-fertilization across the fields of organization studies and political theory, through the impact of work by figures such as Lukes, Bourdieu, Foucault, Haugaard, Clegg, Dean, Allen, and others there is sufficient distinction to warrant two separate but ...
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Overview

Power and Politics, along with the companion set Power and Organizations, takes stock ofpower theory by reviewing its foundations, current status and emerging new directions in both organization studies and political theory. While there is evident synergy and cross-fertilization across the fields of organization studies and political theory, through the impact of work by figures such as Lukes, Bourdieu, Foucault, Haugaard, Clegg, Dean, Allen, and others there is sufficient distinction to warrant two separate but related collections. With Mark Haugaard, a leading figure in the field, as principal editor, Power and Politics focuses on power theory in the context of political power.
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Stewart Clegg is a prolific publisher of several hundred articles in leading academic journals in strategy, social science, management and organization theory; is also the author and editor of about fifty books, as well as a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences, a Distinguished Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and the recipient of significant awards from the American Academy of Management for his contributions to management theory and practice.
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Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE
The Three-Dimensional Power Debate: Power over as Domination
The Concept of Political Power - Robert Dahl
How to Study Community Power: The Pluralist Alternative - Nelson W. Polsby
Bachrach, Peter and Baratz, Morton (1962): The Two Faces of Power - Clarence Stone
Decisions and Nondecisions: An Analytic Framework - Peter Bachrach and Morton Baratz
Nondecisions and the Study of Local Politics - Raymond E. Wolfinger
Comment: On Issues and Nonissue in the Study of Power - Fredrick W. Frey
Rejoiner to Freys "Comments" - Raymond E. Wolfinger
Nondecisions and Power: The Two Faces of Bachrach and Baratz - Geoffrey Debenham
Power and Its Two Faces Revisited: A Reply to Geoffrey Debnam - Peter Bachrach and Morton Baratz
Rejoiner to "Comment" by Peter Bachrach and Morton S. Baratz - Geoffrey Debnam
Critical Note: A Critique of Steven Lukes "Power: A Radical View" - Alan Bradshaw
Critical Note: Reply to Bradshaw - Steven Lukes
"Objective" Interests and the Sociology of Power - T. Benton
Power, Interests and the Outcome of Struggles - Barry Hindess
Steven Lukes on the Concept of Power - Peter Morriss
Power as Capacity for Action: Power to as Empowerment
On the Concept of Political Power - Talcott Parsons
"Power" in the Recent Writings of Talcott Parsons - Anthony Giddens
Hannah Arendt's Communications Concept of Power - Jurgen Habermas
Power and freedom
Freedom as Antipower - Philip Pettit
Power and Liberalism - Peter Morriss
VOLUME TWO
Foucault and the Foucault Effect
Politics and the Study of Discourse - Michel Foucault
Truth and Power - Michel Foucault
The Subject and Power - Michel Foucault
Political Power Beyond the State: Problematics of Government - Niklas Rose and Peter Miller
Liberal Government and Authoritarianism - Mitchell Dean
Habermas and Foucault: Thinkers for Civil Society? - Bent Flyvbjerg
Critique of Foucault and Foucauldian Analysis
Foucault on Freedom and Truth - Charles Taylor
Michel Foucault: A Young Conservative? - Nancy Fraser
The Politics of Michel Foucault - Michael Walzer
Hegemony, Ideology, Discourse
Post-Marxism without Apologies - Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe
Review Article: How we do Things with Words - Contemporary Approaches to the Analysis of Ideology - Aletta Norval
Discourse as a Strategic Resource - Cynthia Hardy, Ian Palmer and Nelson Phillips
The British/US Power Perspectives and Foucauldian Analysis: Confrontations and Synthesis?
The Disciplinary Society: From Weber to Foucault - John O'Neill
The Fourth Face of Power - Peter Digesser
Radical Revisions: Power, Discipline and Organizations - Stewart Clegg
De-facing Power - Clarissa Hayward
Reflections on Seven Forms of Power - Mark Haugaard
VOLUME THREE
Power and Structure: Agency and Constraint
Beyond the Three faces of Power: A Realist Critique - Jeffrey C. Isaac
Power, Structural Resources and Agency - J. M. Barbalet
Social Space and Symbolic Power - Pierre Bourdieu
Power and Structuration Theory - Rob Stones
Nobody to Shoot? Power, Structure and Agency: A Dialogue - Clarissa Hayward and Steven Lukes
Power, Gender, Sexuality, Identity
Five Faces of Oppression - Iris Marrion Young
Revisiting Bodies and Pleaures - Judith Butler
Beyond the Master/Subject Model: Reflections on Carole Patemans Sexual Contract - Nancy Fraser
Recognition without Ethics - Nancy Fraser
Rethinking Power - Amy Allen
Power in Critical Theory
Power and Critique - Saar Martin
Recognition or Redistribution: Changing Perspectives on the Moral Order of Society - Axel Honneth
Recognizing Domination: Recognition and Power in Honneths Critical Theory - Amy Allen
Power, Culture and Status
Centres, Kings and Charisma: Reflections on the Symbolics of Power - Clifford Geertz
Civil Religion in America - Robert N. Bellah
The Democratic Struggle for Power: The 2008 Presidential Campaign in the USA - Jeffrey Alexander
Meaning and Military Power: Moving on From Foucault - Philip Smith
VOLUME FOUR
Power and International Politics
The Balance of Power: Prescription, Concept or Propaganda - Ernest B. Haas
Structural Realism after the Cold War - Kenneth N. Waltz
Power Analysis and World Politics: New Trends versus Old Tendencies - David A. Baldwin
State power and the Structure of International Trade - Stephen D. Krasner
Soft Power - Joseph S. Nye
Structural Power: The Limits of Neorealist Power Analysis - Stefano Guzzini
Power in International Politics - Michael Barnett and Raymond Duvall
Political Agency in a Globalizing World: Toward a Structurational Approach - Philip G. Cerny
Power and the Battle for Hearts and Minds: On the Bluntness of Soft Power - Steven Lukes
Why Soft Power isnt so Soft: Representational Force and the Sociolinguistic Construction of Attraction in World Politics - Janice Bially Mattern
Analytic Approaches to Power
Macht, Power, Puissance: Democratic Prose or Demonical Poetry? - Raymond Aron
Some Problems in Defining Social Power - Denis Wrong
Two Concepts of Coercion - Terence Ball
The Concept of Power: A Constructivist Analysis - Stefano Guzzini
Power: A Family Resemblance Concept - Mark Haugaard
Mathematical and Rational Choice Models of Power
A Method for Evaluating the Distribution of Power in a Committee System - L. S. Shapley and Martin Shubik
Voting Power Measurement: A Story of Misreinvention, - Machover Moshe and Dan S. Felsenthal
Capitalists Rule OK? Some Puzzles about Power - Brian Barry
Resources, Power and Systematic Luck: A Response to Barry - Keith Dowding
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