The new edition of this classic text provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of legitimacy as applied to political systems. The legitimation of power. Front Cover. David Beetham. Macmillan, Oct 4, – Political Science – pages. The legitimation of power / David Beetham. Author. Beetham, David. Published. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education, Content Types. text. Carrier Types.
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That is to say without freedom “individual may be rendered powerless” Beetham 43 ; in other words, freedom may be worthless without power. Neelumgilani marked it as to-read Dec 04, State Library of Queensland.
This part concludes with a look at legitimacy in both political science and political philosophy. Open to the public Book English University of Adelaide. The book examines the legitimation of power as an essential issue for social scientists to take into account, looking at both relationships between legitimacy and the variety of contemporary political systems.
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