In the article “Who’s in Charge here? Authority, Authoritativeness, and the Undergraduate Researcher”, Meszaros describes different factors involving authority between teachers, librarians, and students. One of the lady speaks of is what a popular of students think of their faculty members within their school. Administrative authority is defined as “one has by virtue of occupying a position. One’s moral behavior determines one’s occupancy. When students pay attention to their professors, it is largely because they are afraid for their grades and they want to get a nice grade. Students don’t listen to their professors because of their skill. At the end of the day the authority is the one who has reasoning abilities that help you as a student feel self-confident and help you succeed. It does not matter whether it is a professor or a librarian.