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<p>Social workers' and social pedagogues' sense of power is very important for providing social assistance and support to clients and learners. Sense of power depends on meeting the needs of autonomy, competence and relatedness. Failure to meet these needs due to lack of reward, punishments or cultural rituals causes reduces or completely restricts the subjective experience of power, increasing defensiveness and psychopathology. Social workers and social pedagogues provide social assistance anddoi:10.21277/sw.v1i8.320 fatcat:ydfvkgdkgffs5ldbyqqi62budm