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Chapter 1: Law, Justice, and Society
What is Law?
What is Culture?
The Six Elements of Culture
What are beliefs?
-Written body of general rules of conduct... -Applicable to all…
It is the whole of learned socially transmitted behaviors, id…
1. Beliefs... 2. Values... 3. Norms... 4. Symbols... 5. Technology... 6. Lan…
-Ideas on how the world operates... -What is TRUE/FALSE... -Can be…
What is Law?
-Written body of general rules of conduct... -Applicable to all…
What is Culture?
It is the whole of learned socially transmitted behaviors, id…
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Law, Society & Justice Midterm
The Constitution tells us
Constitutional Law involves the ______…
The Constitution is the supreme law of…
Law reflects what people
how our govt. is organized and what it can/can't do
interpretation and application
Supreme
believe
The Constitution tells us
how our govt. is organized and what it can/can't do
Constitutional Law involves the ______…
interpretation and application
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Law, Society, and Justice Midterm
The Constitution
Constitutional Law
Supreme Court
Believe
Tells us how our government is organized and what it can and…
Involves the interpretation and application of the US Constit…
The Constitution is the supreme law of the land as determined…
Law reflects what people ________
The Constitution
Tells us how our government is organized and what it can and…
Constitutional Law
Involves the interpretation and application of the US Constit…
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Law, Justice, and Society
law
beliefs
values
norms
a written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
are ideas that we have about how the world operates and what…
refer to normative standards shared by the culture about what…
is the action component of a value or a belief patterning soc…
law
a written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
beliefs
are ideas that we have about how the world operates and what…
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Law Justice and Society Final
Voting Rights Act banned what? Year?
What program was started during WW2 be…
Pull Factor
People who resist social change
Literacy testing and poll taxes. 1965
The Bracero Program
The desire of American businesses to have a reliable, steady…
usually profit most from current society and feel threatened…
Voting Rights Act banned what? Year?
Literacy testing and poll taxes. 1965
What program was started during WW2 be…
The Bracero Program
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Law, Justice, & Society
Informal Control
Formal Control
Thomas Hobbes
Social Contract
Social norms, less control sanctions... ex: telling an ex to go…
principled by states, government law making bodies;... an expose…
Created Levitation 1651 - compares to the state; the natural…
not signed, but something you recognized; you transfer rights…
Informal Control
Social norms, less control sanctions... ex: telling an ex to go…
Formal Control
principled by states, government law making bodies;... an expose…
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Law, Society and Justice
What was the Voting Rights Act of 1965…
What did the Voting Rights Act of 1965…
The Voting Rights Act froze....
In 20--, the U.S. Supreme Court decide…
Voter suppression in the 1960s by state and local government.
It banned the use of literacy testing and poll taxes to restr…
New election practices in the states until the new procedures…
2013
What was the Voting Rights Act of 1965…
Voter suppression in the 1960s by state and local government.
What did the Voting Rights Act of 1965…
It banned the use of literacy testing and poll taxes to restr…
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Law, Society & Justice Final
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was
It banned
The act froze
In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court decide…
a response to voter suppression in the 1960s by state and loc…
use of literacy testing and poll taxes to restrict voting.
new election practices in the states until the new procedures…
states no longer had to have their election law changes revie…
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was
a response to voter suppression in the 1960s by state and loc…
It banned
use of literacy testing and poll taxes to restrict voting.
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Introduction to Law, Society, and Justice
Actus Reus
Breach of Contract
Burden of Proof
corpus delicti
Meaning "a guilty act," it refers to the three forms of the c…
The failure to comply with the terms of a valid contract.
The obligation to prove allegations presented in a court of l…
Refers to the five elements of criminal liability, each of wh…
Actus Reus
Meaning "a guilty act," it refers to the three forms of the c…
Breach of Contract
The failure to comply with the terms of a valid contract.
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Law, Society, and Justice Final Review
Voting Rights Act of 1965 (4)
In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court decided
The Bracero Program
Pull Factor
was a response to voter suppression in the 1960s by state and…
states no longer had to have their election law changes revie…
started during World War II because of a labor shortage in th…
the desire of American businesses to have a reliable, steady…
Voting Rights Act of 1965 (4)
was a response to voter suppression in the 1960s by state and…
In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court decided
states no longer had to have their election law changes revie…
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Law, Justice, and Society Ch. 3
Laws are created by
The first written legal code
-Common law is ....
-Judge-made law ....
legislature
The twelve tables
Law created by judges as they heard cases and settled disputes.
Is common law.
Laws are created by
legislature
The first written legal code
The twelve tables
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Law, Justice, and Society Ch. 4
-Know the several functions of Courts
-What is a Jurisdiction?
-A court's jurisdiction is conferred b…
-Subject matter jurisdiction involves…
1) To "do justice" by providing all parties with due process…
The legal authority or power of a court to hear, pronounce on…
Statute or constitution
The authority conferred on a court to hear a particular type…
-Know the several functions of Courts
1) To "do justice" by providing all parties with due process…
-What is a Jurisdiction?
The legal authority or power of a court to hear, pronounce on…
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Law, Justice and Society Chapter 7
Plaintiff
Civil Law
What are the five categories that Civi…
Specific Performance
the party that initiates a lawsuit
The area of law common law regulating the conduct of private…
1.Torts... 2.Property... 3. contacts... 4.family... 5. juvenile
court order to do something; completion of an agreement as pr…
Plaintiff
the party that initiates a lawsuit
Civil Law
The area of law common law regulating the conduct of private…
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Law, Justice, and Society Ch. 5
-Substantive law is
-Offenses defined as crimes by all soc…
-mala in se is......... as opposed to…
-Most criminal laws are derived from .…
defined by statute, and it prescribes (what we should do) and…
Mala in se
very serious.
common law crimes
-Substantive law is
defined by statute, and it prescribes (what we should do) and…
-Offenses defined as crimes by all soc…
Mala in se
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Law, Society and Justice Mid-Term
tort
judicial review
legal liability
crime
wrongs against the individuals; civil law; someone unfairly s…
the judge has the power to overturn government's decisions; t…
a person is legally liable when he/she is financially and leg…
wrongs against the state; criminal wrong; government as prose…
tort
wrongs against the individuals; civil law; someone unfairly s…
judicial review
the judge has the power to overturn government's decisions; t…
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SSC 171 Law, Society & Justice
Actus Reus
Administrative Regulations
Burden of Proof
Case Law
Criminal Act
...
...
Law that is built off of precedent, other legal action which…
Actus Reus
Criminal Act
Administrative Regulations
...
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Law, Society, and Justice Midterm Review
...tells us how our government is orga…
...involves the interpretation and app…
The Constitution is the supreme law of…
law reflects what people
The Constitution
Constitutional Law
Supreme Court
believe
...tells us how our government is orga…
The Constitution
...involves the interpretation and app…
Constitutional Law
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Law, Society and Justice Midterm (F16)
Common Law
Administrative Law
law written by legislative bodies
judicial review
enacted by judges incases that are decided in appellate courts
created by executive branch agencies in the form of rules, or…
ordinances, statutes, constitution, administrative
power of the courts to measure what other branches of governm…
Common Law
enacted by judges incases that are decided in appellate courts
Administrative Law
created by executive branch agencies in the form of rules, or…
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Unit 1 Law Justice & Society terms
Law
Justice
Society
Culture
A written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
According to Aristotle, "justice consists of treating equals…
A number of persons united together by mutual consent.
The totality of learned socially transmitted behaviors, ideas…
Law
A written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
Justice
According to Aristotle, "justice consists of treating equals…
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Criminal Justice In Society - Law Enforcement Officers
jurisdiction
detectives
forensic evidence
forensic science
the area of authority that a law enforcement officer has
law enforcement officers that are specially trained in advanc…
any type of physical evidence that is brought into court
specialized techniques and methods that are used to gather an…
jurisdiction
the area of authority that a law enforcement officer has
detectives
law enforcement officers that are specially trained in advanc…
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Criminal Justice ch.1 Law & Society
What is a crime?
How can crime and the laws enacted to…
The Rules of Law in society
Purpose of Law in Society
Any behavior or act that violates law.... Any event that transgr…
From a Social perspective
legal or formalized norms that define how people or instituti…
to establish order in society when disputes arise. ... law serve…
What is a crime?
Any behavior or act that violates law.... Any event that transgr…
How can crime and the laws enacted to…
From a Social perspective
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Law, Justice, and Society (PS 233) Midterm Vocabulary
Law
Six Primary Characteristics of Culture
Beliefs
Values
A written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
1) Beliefs 2) Values 3) Norms 4) Symbols 5) Technology 6) Lan…
Ideas that we have about how the world operates and what is t…
Normative standards shared by the culture about what is good…
Law
A written body of general rules of conduct applicable to all…
Six Primary Characteristics of Culture
1) Beliefs 2) Values 3) Norms 4) Symbols 5) Technology 6) Lan…
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UCOR 1630 01: Law, Justice, and Society Midterm
What does the constitution do?
What is a constitutional law?
Who interprets the Constitution?
What does a law reflect?
The constitution tells us how the government is organized and…
Constitutional law involves the interpretation and applicatio…
The Supreme Court interprets it, it is also the supreme law o…
It reflects people's beliefs and morals
What does the constitution do?
The constitution tells us how the government is organized and…
What is a constitutional law?
Constitutional law involves the interpretation and applicatio…
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Midterm for Law, Justice, and Society: Chapters 1-3
Things law is supposed to provide
Culture
All cultures possess 6 primary elements
The 6 primary elements of culture infl…
Security, stability, and personal safety
Learned social behaviors, ideas, values, customs, and technol…
Beliefs... Values... Norms... Symbols... Technology... Language
Law
Things law is supposed to provide
Security, stability, and personal safety
Culture
Learned social behaviors, ideas, values, customs, and technol…
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CJL 4038 Law, Society, and the Justice Administration Midterm
Where does the law come from?
Natural Law
Ex of Natural Law
Legal Positivism
Natural Law vs Legal Positivism
- deeply moral or natural about the contents of our laws... - ol…
The right of property... is founded in the law of nature, and…
- a social construction... - made by humans "man"... - not necessar…
Where does the law come from?
Natural Law vs Legal Positivism
Natural Law
- deeply moral or natural about the contents of our laws... - ol…
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Law and Justice
Jean Jacques Rousseau. He also noted t…
None of them.
Frederick Bastiat
Plato.
Who stated that Laws are necessary to restrain violent passio…
Of the philosophers and statesmen noted, who said that Laws a…
Who said that Law is the substitution of a common force for i…
Who would most likely agree with the statement that Law is a…
Jean Jacques Rousseau. He also noted t…
Who stated that Laws are necessary to restrain violent passio…
None of them.
Of the philosophers and statesmen noted, who said that Laws a…
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Chapter 1: Law, Justice, and Society: A Sociological Introduction
Law
Culture
Beliefs
Values
Written body of general rules of conduct.
Totality of learned socially transmitted behaviors, ideas, va…
-ideas about how the world operates... -what is true and what is…
-normative standards... -more general and abstract than beilefs
Law
Written body of general rules of conduct.
Culture
Totality of learned socially transmitted behaviors, ideas, va…
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Law and Justice
Rapport
Active Listening
non-verbal Communication
incident Report
sympathetic relationship or understanding.
act of mindfully hearing and attempting to comprehend the mea…
Behavior and elements of speech aside from the words themselv…
a victims statement regarding a crime
Rapport
sympathetic relationship or understanding.
Active Listening
act of mindfully hearing and attempting to comprehend the mea…
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justice & society
what is justice ?
natural justice
what does a fair trial involve?
criminal responsibility
a state of affairs in which conduct or action is both fair an…
Natural Justice is related to the rule of law which ensures t…
-trial before a jury peers ... -legal representations ... -right to…
In Australia the just age to punish someone in all states exc…
what is justice ?
a state of affairs in which conduct or action is both fair an…
natural justice
Natural Justice is related to the rule of law which ensures t…
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Justice and Society
society
Principle of Subsidiarity
Principle of the Common Good
Solidarity
A group of persons bound together organically by a principle…
The principle of catholic social teaching, that holds that a…
The sum of the spiritual, material, and social conditions nee…
The virtue of social charity, friendship, and responsible sha…
society
A group of persons bound together organically by a principle…
Principle of Subsidiarity
The principle of catholic social teaching, that holds that a…
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Law Justice and Society Ch 1,2,3,4
CH 1 What is law
6 elements of culture
Norms: positive law
Norms: natural law
written body of general conduct
beliefs... values... norms... symbols... technology... language
law that arises from the norms and customs of a given culture
hypothesized universial set of moral standards
CH 1 What is law
written body of general conduct
6 elements of culture
beliefs... values... norms... symbols... technology... language
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Justice + Society
Le drapeau
Les droits de l'homme
Les droits civils
Une loi
Flag
Human rights
Civil Rights
A law
Le drapeau
Flag
Les droits de l'homme
Human rights
Justice and Society
Difference in the 1960s vs the 1950s
1968 more severe than Selma
1965 Selma
1957
...
Chicago Convention
...
Arkansas (Little Rock)
Difference in the 1960s vs the 1950s
...
1968 more severe than Selma
Chicago Convention
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justice and society
criminal justice
law enforcement
courts
corrections
the system of institutions, policies, and practices with the…
one of the three components of the criminal justice system. c…
one of the three main components of the criminal justice syst…
functions to protect society from criminals through housing,…
criminal justice
the system of institutions, policies, and practices with the…
law enforcement
one of the three components of the criminal justice system. c…
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Justice and Society
Post Hoover Rules
Hoover served under _____ presidents
Hoover served for _____ years
Hoover died at age _____
10 year maximum
8
48
70
Post Hoover Rules
10 year maximum
Hoover served under _____ presidents
8
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Justice and Society
Charles Schwab
Samuel Insull
Howard Hopson
Arthur Cutton
1923- president of largest steel company ... 1948- died bankrupt…
1923- president of largest electric utility company ... 1948- di…
1923- president of largest gas company ... 1948- insane
1923- great wheat speculator ... 1948- died abroad mysteriously
Charles Schwab
1923- president of largest steel company ... 1948- died bankrupt…
Samuel Insull
1923- president of largest electric utility company ... 1948- di…
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Justice and Society
Who do we belong to?
Who models relationship to us?
What is the Principle of Subsidiarity?
What is the Principle of the Common Go…
We belong to each other and to the community of humankind
The family
-The principle of Catholic Social teaching that teaches that…
The sum of those conditions of social life which allow social…
Who do we belong to?
We belong to each other and to the community of humankind
Who models relationship to us?
The family
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Justice and Society
society
Principle of Subsidiarity
Solidarity
individualism
A group of persons bound together organically by a principle…
The principle of catholic social teaching, that holds that a…
The virtue of social charity, friendship, and responsible sha…
a way of being and acting that emphasizes personal independen…
society
A group of persons bound together organically by a principle…
Principle of Subsidiarity
The principle of catholic social teaching, that holds that a…
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Justice in Society
Charles Schwab
Samuel Insull
Howard Hopson
Arthur Cutten
1923: President of the largest steel company... 1948: Died bankr…
1923: President of the largest electric utility company... 1948:…
1923: President of the largest gas company ... 1948: was diagnos…
1923: Great wheat speculator ... 1948: Died abroad, insolvent
Charles Schwab
1923: President of the largest steel company... 1948: Died bankr…
Samuel Insull
1923: President of the largest electric utility company... 1948:…
15 terms
Justice and Society: Social Justice
Written Sources of Catholic Social Tea…
Papa Encyclical
Pastoral Letters
Society
Documents of Vatican II (1962 - 1965) ... Catechism of the Catho…
Pope... EX. Rerum Novarum
Written by BISHOPS
A group of persons bound together ORGANICALLY (integral eleme…
Written Sources of Catholic Social Tea…
Documents of Vatican II (1962 - 1965) ... Catechism of the Catho…
Papa Encyclical
Pope... EX. Rerum Novarum
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Justice and Society
What is a crime?
What is justice?
What is Natural Justice?
What is mens rea?
An action or an instance of negligence that is legally prohib…
The moral principle determining just conduct.
The minimum standards of fairness that must be applied in the…
'The guilty mind'. The mental element or intent that must be…
What is a crime?
An action or an instance of negligence that is legally prohib…
What is justice?
The moral principle determining just conduct.
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Justice in Society
Intro lecture, basic class concepts &…
Michael Sandel, Ch. 1... What is price g…
Iris Marion Young... What does Young mea…
Sandel, Ch. 2... What is the main princip…
Tell us what a just society would be like. ... do not tell h…
prices to spike when demand is high ... encourage more people t…
everyone in the bigger system that people cannot change by th…
whatever action will produce the best consequences, in terms…
Intro lecture, basic class concepts &…
Tell us what a just society would be like. ... do not tell h…
Michael Sandel, Ch. 1... What is price g…
prices to spike when demand is high ... encourage more people t…
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Justice in Society
In what city were major german crimina…
What is the importance of the Nurember…
Who was the American prosecuter at the…
Who was the head of the german ariforc…
Nuremberg
They established a theoretical line for countries not to cros…
Robert H. Jackson
...
In what city were major german crimina…
Nuremberg
What is the importance of the Nurember…
They established a theoretical line for countries not to cros…
10 terms
LAW AND JUSTICE
MAC IVER SAID
TH. GREEN SAID
LAW
SOURCES OF LAW
Without law, there is no order, and without order men are los…
Law is the system of rights and obligations which the state e…
the system of rules that a particular country or community re…
1. Custom or Usages... 2. Judicial Decisions... 3. Scientific Comme…
MAC IVER SAID
Without law, there is no order, and without order men are los…
TH. GREEN SAID
Law is the system of rights and obligations which the state e…
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Law and Society
adversarial system
adversary
anarchy
bail
a legal system involving two opposing parties who present the…
an enemy; a challenger; a competitor
the breakdown of a society due to disorder as citizens ignore…
an accused person is released into the community while they a…
adversarial system
a legal system involving two opposing parties who present the…
adversary
an enemy; a challenger; a competitor
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Law and society
judge
law
border
nationality
sędzia
prawo
granica
narodowość
judge
sędzia
law
prawo
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Justice & Law
Intro To Unit Packet Review
Jurisprudence
Reflect Society's Values
Laws Are Designed To Achieve Specific…
...
The study of law and legal philosophy
-Moral- what is right/wrong ... -Economic- distribution of wealt…
1. Protect human rights ... 2. Promote fairness ... 3. Resolve conf…
Intro To Unit Packet Review
...
Jurisprudence
The study of law and legal philosophy
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Law and Society
adversarial system
anarchy
appeal
bail
system in which two opposing parties present their arguments…
disorder or confusion due to the absence of government or laws
an application for a legal decision to be reviewed in a highe…
to release an accused person who is awaiting trial
adversarial system
system in which two opposing parties present their arguments…
anarchy
disorder or confusion due to the absence of government or laws
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Law & Society
Laws
Court
Common law
Magistrate
Enforceable rules of conduct in a society
A place where people can resolve disputes relating to law
A system of law based on precedent and customs
A public official authorised to decide disputes bought before…
Laws
Enforceable rules of conduct in a society
Court
A place where people can resolve disputes relating to law
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law/justice
abjure
judge
jurisdiction
jurist
to give up rights; to recant
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
The territory or land in which justice and laws are administe…
An expert in law
abjure
to give up rights; to recant
judge
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
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