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SOCIOLOGY 419: SECOND EXAM STUDY LIST This study list catalogs some of the main terms and concepts that have been introduced in the course since the First Exam. Most questions on the Second Exam will involve one or more of these concepts, either as part of the question or as part of the answer (or both). In using this list as a study guide, you should pay attention to the application and interrelation of these items; merely memorizing "flash-card" definitions is probably not the most effective way to study from this list. Note: In addition to the items listed below, you should also be familiar with the central themes introduced previously in the semester. 1. Pluralist Model of Law and Social Change 2. Critical Model of Law and Social Change 3. Workers Compensation 4. Respondeat Superior 5. Fellow Servant Rule 6. Assumption of Risk 7. Relative Autonomy of Law 8. Civil Society 9. Law as Dependent Variable 10. Law as Independent Variable 11. Instrumentalism vs.
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