Theories of Change

  1. Empirical-Rational
    Rational self interest to advantage.
    More abstractedly, Logic, Adult, "Technical"
  2. Normative-Reeducative
    Norms, Conformity, Social needs, (NP-AC), "Informal"
  3. Power-Coercive
    Compliance by less powerful.
    Compliance CREATES the power in question in any dual transaction.


The power-coercive transaction involves two individuals operating at the esteem need level or below or permitting one differential evaluation of the worth of a (any or one of the two in question) human being (space binding).

Cultural institutionalization (via time binding) leads to "formal", (CP-FC)


Source: Ralph Kenyon, 1976


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