Power, Control and Attitudinal Change

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Admin | Posted On : 16-08-2022

Exercise of fear and coercion may lead to attitudinal change and enable the maintenance of power and dominance over others, especially when one is presumed to be a deviant of the preferred behaviour. To belong to the mainstream discourse, maintain the social order, or be an integral part of the social group, one must either accept and maintain the status quo or suppress or hide any alternative order. Hence neither power, control, nor dominance is static or permanent. It changes; so does social reality. Read the latest Kata Kata Magazine for this and many more topics. https://storage.googleapis.com/katakata-cb1db.appspot.com/pdfs/jabs/1657789499