The structure of community power. Edited by Michael Aiken and Paul E. Mott.

; Mott, Paul E., compiler
[1st ed.].. New York, Random House [1970] .

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Other Authors Mott, Paul E.,
Subjects Community power.
Pouvoir communautaire.
Description xi, 540 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 527-538).
Also issued online.
Contents I. The meaning of power -- II. Historical perspective and community power structure -- III. Factors influencing configuration of power -- IV. Locating centers of power -- V. Interaction among centers of power: community and subgroup interactions -- VI. Comparative studies of community power.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)93055
(OCoLC)ocm00093055
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WorldCat Identities Aiken, Michael T., 1932-
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