Analyze the relationships of ‘domination’ (as defined by Weber) between you (the students) and me (the instructor) in our class

Paper instructions:
Complete one essay in response to the following topic:
1. Analyze the relationships of ‘domination’ (as defined by Weber) between you (the students) and me (the instructor) in our class. To what extent are these relationships of ‘domination’ premised on your belief that my ‘commands’ are ‘rightful’ and that ‘obedience’ to them is morally or legally obligatory, quite apart from questions of coercion or utility? Is the ‘social order’ of this class different from that in other classes, and along which dimensions (e.g. ‘external’ (coercion, utility) vs. internal (legitimacy) bases; tradition vs. charisma vs. reason as sources of legitimacy)?

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Analyze the relationships of ‘domination’ (as defined by Weber) between you (the students) and me (the instructor) in our class

Paper instructions:
Complete one essay in response to the following topic:
1. Analyze the relationships of ‘domination’ (as defined by Weber) between you (the students) and me (the instructor) in our class. To what extent are these relationships of ‘domination’ premised on your belief that my ‘commands’ are ‘rightful’ and that ‘obedience’ to them is morally or legally obligatory, quite apart from questions of coercion or utility? Is the ‘social order’ of this class different from that in other classes, and along which dimensions (e.g. ‘external’ (coercion, utility) vs. internal (legitimacy) bases; tradition vs. charisma vs. reason as sources of legitimacy)?

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