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Synonyms for power

Synonyms for power

the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

the capacity to exert an influence

Synonyms for power

(of a government or government official) holding an office means being in power

one possessing or exercising power or influence or authority

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

physical strength

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a state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world

supply the force or power for the functioning of

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Master the art of leadership by asking questions, embracing authenticity and defining power.
But, this way of defining power is applicable for what could only rather coercion, says Duverger in Sociologie de la politique(1973), trying to propose a definition of power that based on the same source of authority as American authors Lassewell and Kapllan, indicating that Locke's definition makes reference equally the terms "right" and "regulation".
The minister said technology was the most important parameter defining power in the world, and societies transforming information into technology had become rich, secure and strong countries.
From ephemeral concepts like truth, ethics and justice, the authors then look at new ways of defining power, then societies: postmodern, multi-cultural, national, global and imperial.
For example, Coakley suggests that relationships of authority differed when visionaries and advisors both resided in the monastic realm, raising the question of the extent to which institutional status as much as gender played a role in defining power relationships.
Making Ecuadorian Histories: Four Centuries of Defining Power. By O.
He suggests what we can know of it, with all its inevitability and its defining power. Unlike the writers named above, however, he is relatively cheerful, and so his dark woods hold little horror.