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law & society - midterm study guide
Sociological Jurisprudence
Lochner v. New York (1905)
Legal formalism/Analytical Jurisprudence
Counter-majoritarian possibility of law
- blend of social science and the law... - "the law must be stab…
- Joseph Lochner, owner of Lochner's Home Bakery in Utica, NY…
- Legal formalism: appertains to the Judge, formalism suggest…
- Alexander Bickell "The Least Dangerous Branch" - The Counte…
Sociological Jurisprudence
- blend of social science and the law... - "the law must be stab…
Lochner v. New York (1905)
- Joseph Lochner, owner of Lochner's Home Bakery in Utica, NY…
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The Study of Business, Government, and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
a network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
an intangible object of thought
Business
profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
LEGAL STUDIES.......................law and society
legal rules
non legal rules
Why do we need laws?
Functions of the law
legal rules are LAWS. All members of our society must follow…
Apply to a group of individuals. The members agree to be boun…
Maintain social cohesion. ie a community where people are abl…
1. provide framework in which the community can exist in free…
legal rules
legal rules are LAWS. All members of our society must follow…
non legal rules
Apply to a group of individuals. The members agree to be boun…
46 terms
law in society study guide
common law
citation
in criminal cases the procedures must…
no right to a trial and no right to be…
a set of laws made by the courts based on the customs and tra…
decisions made by the highest court of any state follow the l…
one difference between criminal and civil procedure is
young people who appear before a juvenile court have
common law
a set of laws made by the courts based on the customs and tra…
citation
decisions made by the highest court of any state follow the l…
LAW IN SOCIETY STUDY GUIDE
Jurisdiction
Ordinance
Common law
Federal case law
Decide case
Legis. created by town or country board or city council
Flexibility
Appealic court endorses a rule
Jurisdiction
Decide case
Ordinance
Legis. created by town or country board or city council
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law and society study guide
integrity
ordinance
statutes
constitution
is the capacity to do what is right even in the face of tempt…
is legislation enacted at the local level
are laws enacted by legislatures
is a document that sets forth the framework of a government a…
integrity
is the capacity to do what is right even in the face of tempt…
ordinance
is legislation enacted at the local level
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Law and Society Study
We need laws because: 1.
2.
3.
4.
To establish boundaries of acceptable behaviour and determine…
Protection from the actions of others as well as our own beha…
Freedom to do many things by telling society what people can…
Resolving disputes in order to stop people taking the law int…
We need laws because: 1.
To establish boundaries of acceptable behaviour and determine…
2.
Protection from the actions of others as well as our own beha…
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Government and Society, THE STRANGE CASE OF LAW
to raise money
to be on the move
to run out
household
собирать деньги
быть в движении
заканчиваться
хозяйство
to raise money
собирать деньги
to be on the move
быть в движении
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Area Of Study 1 - Law in Society
Non-Legal Rules
Legal Rules
The Constitution
Constitutional Monarchy
Made by private individuals and cannot be enforced by the cou…
Made by law-making bodies with the force of law and can be en…
The constitution is a legal document; it outlines the basic r…
Australia's system of government is a constitutional monarchy…
Non-Legal Rules
Made by private individuals and cannot be enforced by the cou…
Legal Rules
Made by law-making bodies with the force of law and can be en…
legal studies - Law in Society
Bicameral
Bill
Concurrent powers
Delegated legislation
Two houses of parliament- at a federal level, the House of Re…
A proposed law.
Law-making powers shared by the Commonwealth Parliament and t…
Laws made by subordinate bodies.
Bicameral
Two houses of parliament- at a federal level, the House of Re…
Bill
A proposed law.
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study guide for law in society
true
false
false
false
motive plays no part in proving criminal liability
embezzlement is what criminals do when they need to hide larg…
the purpose of international criminal court is to provide fre…
the primary duty that arises from a marriage contract is the…
true
motive plays no part in proving criminal liability
false
embezzlement is what criminals do when they need to hide larg…
Legal studies- Law in Society
Characteristics of an effective law
3 main roles of law
Main aim for criminal law
Main aim for civil law
1) known to public ... 2) accepted in the community ... 3)able to b…
1) protection ... 2) freedom ... 3) resolve disputes
The main aim for criminal law is to apprehend, prosecute and…
The main aim of civil law is to return the persons whose righ…
Characteristics of an effective law
1) known to public ... 2) accepted in the community ... 3)able to b…
3 main roles of law
1) protection ... 2) freedom ... 3) resolve disputes
Legal Studies - Law In Society
Legal Rules
Non-Legal Rules
Need for Laws
Characteristics of an Effective Law
Made by parliament and are enforceable by the courts.
Made by private groups in society and are not enforceable by…
Protect our society and keep it functioning, provide guidelin…
Known to the public, acceptable to the community, able to be…
Legal Rules
Made by parliament and are enforceable by the courts.
Non-Legal Rules
Made by private groups in society and are not enforceable by…
Legal Studies: Law and Society
Why do we need laws?
Criminal law can be crimes against
Civil law can be actions against
Legal rules
Laws enable us to live together by recognising our rights and…
- the person... - property... - the community (public)... - morality... -…
- contract law... - torts, such as negligence, trespass, nuisanc…
All members of society must abide by these rules.... Parliament…
Why do we need laws?
Laws enable us to live together by recognising our rights and…
Criminal law can be crimes against
- the person... - property... - the community (public)... - morality... -…
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Area of Study 1 - Law in Society
Rule
Legal Rule
Non-Legal Rule
The Need for Laws
An expected behaviour.
Made by parliament and enforceable by the courts.
Made by private individuals or groups in society, such as par…
- To protect our society and keep it functioning... - Guidelines…
Rule
An expected behaviour.
Legal Rule
Made by parliament and enforceable by the courts.
Social Studies- Government and Society
What was the first part of the tripart…
Who were the two most powerful magistr…
What was the job of the two most power…
What was the second part of the tripar…
Magistrates
consuls
to run the city and lead the army
Senate
What was the first part of the tripart…
Magistrates
Who were the two most powerful magistr…
consuls
15 terms
ELA Government and Society study guide
a literary technique in which two or m…
the aspect of someone's character that…
a person who rises in opposition or ar…
uprising, or insurrection is a refusal…
juxtaposition
persona
rebel
rebellion
a literary technique in which two or m…
juxtaposition
the aspect of someone's character that…
persona
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Civics and World Societies Government Study
Definition of civics
Definition of citizen
Definition of government
"State of Nature"
The study of government and the rights and responsibilities o…
A resident with full rights, protections and privileges, espe…
The organization that runs a country
A situation with no government
Definition of civics
The study of government and the rights and responsibilities o…
Definition of citizen
A resident with full rights, protections and privileges, espe…
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Chapter 1- The Study of Business, Government, and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought.
Business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
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law and society - final study guide
Riot at Compton
Lawrence v. Texas (2003)
Obergefell v. Hodges (2015)
The "transgender umbrella"
- Occurred in August 1966 in the Tenderloin district of San F…
- On September 17, 1998 Robert Eubanks called the police and…
- Groups of same-sex couples sued their relevant state agenci…
- Includes transsexuals, intersex, people who identify beyond…
Riot at Compton
- Occurred in August 1966 in the Tenderloin district of San F…
Lawrence v. Texas (2003)
- On September 17, 1998 Robert Eubanks called the police and…
259 terms
Law and Society Final Study Guide
Commerce Clause
Federal Government
Police Powers
Checks and Balances
Constitutional provision giving congress the power to regulat…
System of government in which the states form a union and the…
Powers of the state as part of their inherent sovereignty. Th…
The principle under which the powers o the national governmen…
Commerce Clause
Constitutional provision giving congress the power to regulat…
Federal Government
System of government in which the states form a union and the…
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Government and Society Vocabulary (World Studies)
SPQR
Tripartite Government
Magistrates
Consuls
Latin for the Roman Senate and People, and used to show pride…
Three branches of Government that each held their own power,…
The elected officials of Rome that were mostly Patricians
Two people that were the most powerful Magistrates that comma…
SPQR
Latin for the Roman Senate and People, and used to show pride…
Tripartite Government
Three branches of Government that each held their own power,…
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Chapter 1: The Study of Business, Government and Society
Business
Government
Society
Ideas
For-profit and not-for-profit entities covering manufacturing…
structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
a network of human relations that includes the interacting el…
intangible objects of thought including values and ideologies
Business
For-profit and not-for-profit entities covering manufacturing…
Government
structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
20 terms
Law and Society Final Study Guide
Chicago Gang Ordinance 1992
Sudnow's Public Defender's Office
Title IX Compliance
Obama's immigration policy
(ambiguity of the law) Crime rates were high. There had been…
He found that public defenders are dedicated to efficiency. H…
Height of the women's rights movement. Purpose of the law was…
In November 2014, Obama passed a series of executive orders.…
Chicago Gang Ordinance 1992
(ambiguity of the law) Crime rates were high. There had been…
Sudnow's Public Defender's Office
He found that public defenders are dedicated to efficiency. H…
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Chapter 1: The Study of Business, Government, and Society
business
government
society
idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought.
business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
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Law in Society Final Study Guide
T or F... The three branches of the US g…
T or F... The US Supreme Court justices…
T or F... Courts can make laws by decidi…
T or F... When unethical business practi…
F
F
T
T
T or F... The three branches of the US g…
F
T or F... The US Supreme Court justices…
F
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Unit 1, Area of Study 1: Law in Society
Non-legal rules
Legal rules
Why do we need laws?
What are the characteristics of an eff…
Rules made by private individuals or groups, e.g. parents, sc…
Rules made by law making bodies with the force of law, e.g. p…
The main aim of the law is to protect our society and keep it…
To be effective, laws must meet the following criteria: ... - kn…
Non-legal rules
Rules made by private individuals or groups, e.g. parents, sc…
Legal rules
Rules made by law making bodies with the force of law, e.g. p…
Chapter 1- The Study of Business, Government, and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought.
Business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
Law and society final study guide
Criminal law
Civil law
Stolen property
Rape
area of the law in which the state takes action against those…
Cases dealing with money
...
Sex without consent
Criminal law
area of the law in which the state takes action against those…
Civil law
Cases dealing with money
Law and Society Midterm Study Guide CHP 8
State of mind
strict liabilty
elements of a crime
misdemeanor
What you are thinking, most crimes require that the actor hav…
Crimes that dont require a state of mind
The conditions that make an act unlawful
A criminal offense, less serious than a felony, punishable by…
State of mind
What you are thinking, most crimes require that the actor hav…
strict liabilty
Crimes that dont require a state of mind
Law and society midterm study guide important concepts
Relationship between law and values
Human Rights
Rights and responsibilities
Types of laws
Ch1 laws generally reflect and promote a society's values Our…
Ch1 Rights all people have simply because they are humans
Ch1 "with every right, there comes a responsibility" act more…
Ch1 Criminal Laws, Felonies, Misdemeanors, Civil Laws, Civil…
Relationship between law and values
Ch1 laws generally reflect and promote a society's values Our…
Human Rights
Ch1 Rights all people have simply because they are humans
Chapter One The Study of Business, Government and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought.
Business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
Chapter 1: The Study of Business, Government, & Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
a network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought
Business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
Chapter 1, The Study of Business, Government, and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought
Business
Profit making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
Chapter 1: The Study of Business, Government, and Society
Business
Government
Society
Idea
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
A network of human relations composed of ideas, institutions,…
An intangible object of thought.
Business
Profit-making activity that provides products and services to…
Government
Structures and processes in society that authoritatively make…
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LAW AMERICAN SOCIETY (UNIT ONE STUDY GUIDE)
Crime
Felony (Murder, Robbery)
Misdemeanor (Less serious crimes)
Civil Action/Tort
An action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be…
Is a term of more than one year in prison
Is a term of one year or less
A Civil wrong, it can be both Civil wrong and a Crime.... - Who…
Crime
An action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be…
Felony (Murder, Robbery)
Is a term of more than one year in prison
Law and Society Unit #2 Study Guide
Where was the Constitution written?
When was the Constitution written?
Why was the Constitution written?
Understand the ways in which the Const…
The Constitution was written in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Constitution was written in 1787
The Constitution was written because the United States needed…
...
Where was the Constitution written?
The Constitution was written in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
When was the Constitution written?
The Constitution was written in 1787
Ch. 1 - The Study of Business, Government, and Society
business
ideology
BGS
institutions
A profit making activity that provides products and services…
A bundle of values that creates a particular view in the world
Business, government, and society; the study of interactions…
The things you need to have a successful market economy
business
A profit making activity that provides products and services…
ideology
A bundle of values that creates a particular view in the world
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SOSE Government and Law Study
Order of levels of courts (minor to ma…
What types of crimes do Supreme courts…
What types of crimes do District Court…
What types of crimes do Magistrate Cou…
Magistrate, district and supreme, high
Crimes that attract the most severe sentencing option; maximu…
Crimes that attract severe sentencing options; serious offenc…
Crimes that attract the least severe sentencing options; maxi…
Order of levels of courts (minor to ma…
Magistrate, district and supreme, high
What types of crimes do Supreme courts…
Crimes that attract the most severe sentencing option; maximu…
41 terms
Law & Society Unit 2 Study Guide
where was the constitution written
when was the constitution written
why was the constitution written
limited powers
Philadelphia, PA
1787
sets the basic framework of the American government... lists the…
constitution created a government with limited power with aut…
where was the constitution written
Philadelphia, PA
when was the constitution written
1787
Law in Society-chapter 17 study guide
mutual benefit
bailor
bailee
intangible property
a bailment is a bailment in which both parities receives some…
the person who transfers the property is the
the person to whom the property is transferred is the
property that has no substance and cannot be touched is
mutual benefit
a bailment is a bailment in which both parities receives some…
bailor
the person who transfers the property is the
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Social Studies - Section 2: Government of Society
Government
Reasons for Government (4 parts - S.L.…
Anarchy
Monarchy
An organization that establishes/executes policies , Laws or…
Security... Law and order... Other Institutions ex. (School, Jail,…
Complete disorder/confusion that result from the absence of g…
A king, Queen, or Emperor ... Handed down generation to generati…
Government
An organization that establishes/executes policies , Laws or…
Reasons for Government (4 parts - S.L.…
Security... Law and order... Other Institutions ex. (School, Jail,…
VCE: Legal Studies Chapter 1 Law and society
civil law
criminal law
legal rules
non-legal rules
Laws regulating the behaviour of private individuals
Laws concerned not only with the rights of individuals direct…
Laws created by institutions within the legal system and enfo…
Rules established within a group but not laws terpene rally e…
civil law
Laws regulating the behaviour of private individuals
criminal law
Laws concerned not only with the rights of individuals direct…
Legal Studies AOS1: Law in society Definitions
Legal Rule (law)
Non Legal Rule
Bill
Legislation
a rule made by law making bodies with legal force such as par…
rules made by individual groups in society such as parents an…
A proposed law
Act of parliament, an act passed by parliament
Legal Rule (law)
a rule made by law making bodies with legal force such as par…
Non Legal Rule
rules made by individual groups in society such as parents an…
Legal Studies: Topic 1 Law and Society
law of etiquette
rule
law
social norms
how we should behave towards one another
directs how we behave towards others
recognised and enforced by society
social practices learnt from childhood, to be acceptable memb…
law of etiquette
how we should behave towards one another
rule
directs how we behave towards others
1. Law in society-Legal studies 1 & 2
Non-legal rules
Legal rules
Anarchy
Characteristics of an effective law
-Made by private individuals or groups e.g. parents, schools.…
-Made by law-making bodies with the force of law e.g. parliam…
State with laws
-Known to the public... -Acceptable to the community... -Able to be…
Non-legal rules
-Made by private individuals or groups e.g. parents, schools.…
Legal rules
-Made by law-making bodies with the force of law e.g. parliam…
Chap. 3 Law In Society Study Guide
probate court
mediation binding on the parties to th…
how many federal courts of apeeal?
juvenile courts open to the public?
wills and estates
NO
13
NO
probate court
wills and estates
mediation binding on the parties to th…
NO
Law and Society Ch. 24- Investor Protection and Corporate Governance
security
investment contract
prospectus
free-writing prospectus
stock certificate, bond, note, debenture, warrant, or other d…
transaction in which a person invests in a common enterprise…
written document that describes the security being sold, the…
any type of written, electronic, or graphic offer that descri…
security
stock certificate, bond, note, debenture, warrant, or other d…
investment contract
transaction in which a person invests in a common enterprise…
Legal Studies-Chinese Law and Society Midterm-Confucius
Family, Clan, Village, Guild
District Magistrate
Li
Fa
Different social relationships in society; Chinese society is…
Lowest representative of Emperor; Judge Dee is an example; ma…
How can it be defined? Rituals, customs and lifestyles; Confu…
Chinese word for law; you can't regulate people's hearts or m…
Family, Clan, Village, Guild
Different social relationships in society; Chinese society is…
District Magistrate
Lowest representative of Emperor; Judge Dee is an example; ma…
Law in Society - Unit 2 Study Guide
An oral contract is not enforceable at…
Advertisements in newspapers, price ta…
An acceptance of an offer to sell good…
A valid contract must contain at least…
False
True
False
False
An oral contract is not enforceable at…
False
Advertisements in newspapers, price ta…
True
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