The Use and Abuse of Power

Annette Y. Lee-Chai, John A. Bargh

From relationships between people to conflicts inside organizations and between nations, energy variations have been and proceed to be a part of nearly each human interplay. Their vary of results spans excessive abuse to selfless benevolence. On this quantity on the psychological and interpersonal bases of energy abuse, the work of distinguished researchers is introduced collectively to supply a panoramic understanding of this complicated phenomenon. Specializing in energy as a reason for social ills, and cures to stop corruption and abuse, The Use and Abuse of Energy is exclusive in bringing collectively totally different ranges of research from the intrapsychic to the interpersonal, the group and group stage, and governmental and intergovernmental stage. By gaining a broad scope of social energy as seen via a wide range of analysis views, it might be doable to appreciate the extent of its results and unearth basic parts of energy that maintain true throughout seemingly disparate areas of analysis. The amount might be vital studying for researchers and college students in psychology, administration, sociology and different social sciences, in addition to for enterprise and political leaders.