The video discusses Max Weber's concept of domination, which is the probability of finding obedience within a group for specific or general commands. Weber's theory outlines three types of domination: rational-legal, traditional, and charismatic, which differ based on the type of justification that legitimizes the authority of the dominant figure or leader. The rational-legal type of domination is based on the belief in laws and rules that are agreed upon and institutionalized, while the traditional type is based on long-standing customs, and charismatic domination is based on the personal charisma of a leader. The video also discusses the characteristics and potential drawbacks of rational-legal administration carried out by bureaucracy. Overall, the speaker hopes viewers found the overview educational and encourages sharing the video to support the promotion of sociological and social science content.