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CJ 2355 Test 1

CJ 2355 Test 1 - were essential to the group’s survival...

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Chapter 1: Early History (2000B.C. to A.D. 1800) Behavior as a Continuum Folkways-behavior that is situated toward the center of the continuum from either end (e.g. raising of the eyebrow, staring, etc.) Mores-actions farther out on the continuum on either side, which serve either to perpetuate or to threaten the groups’ existence (e.g. verbal abuse, beatings, etc.) Laws-more structured sanctions to prevent violation of the mores that
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Unformatted text preview: were essential to the group’s survival; reward for obeying those laws is simply the ability to continue o function as a respected and productive member of society Redress of Wrongs Retalliation Blood fued-victim’s family or tribe takes revenge on the offender’s family or tribe Vendetta-endless battle...
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