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Peter Blau suggests that in calculating the potential profits derived from interacting with others, individuals attempt to establish a position of dominance. As such, maximizing our own benefits is c

 Peter Blau suggests that in calculating the potential profits derived from interacting with others, individuals attempt to establish a position of dominance.  As such, maximizing our own benefits is contingent upon having others dependent on us for the rewards they seek. Do you think this motive characterizes all relationships?  If your answer is yes, please explain why and use examples.  If your answer is no, what other considerations might guide our interactions with others?  What types of relationships are more likely to generate such conditions?

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