Dissecting the Killing of Trayvon Martin: The Power Factor
Keywords:Personal power, Social power, Stereotyping, Labeling, Positions of power
AbstractPower is long-noted for influencing human behavior. The following article proposes that the drive to achieve personal power may have been a determining factor in what caused the death of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Florida.
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