The Bases of Power and their Real World Applications
Feb 24, 2013 · French and Raven defined five bases of power in 1959. They are expert power, referent power, legitimate power, reward power, and coercive power (PSU W.C. L7). Expert power is primarily the power of knowledge and experience (PSU W.C. L7). For example, a finger print analyst could be considered an expert witness in a criminal trial.
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