6b - Moral Entrepreneurs Grizzly Aftermath If a moral...

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Moral Entrepreneurs – Grizzly Aftermath If a moral enterprise becomes widely accepted by the community then its cause enters the normative order of the culture Can be a folkway, more , or law It is no longer a moral enterprise, it is simply moral A new problem arises when a new norm is formed…who makes sure this norm is enforced and followed?
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Moral Entrepreneurs – The Grizzly Aftermath Rule Enforcers – Individuals and groups with the new responsibility of enforcing the new norms Do not need to be part of the original movement Do not even need to support the new norm Must adhere to duty to protect the normative order of society As they have no moral interest in a rule they often develop their own order of importance when enforcing the law Rule enforcers will often compromise with the rule breaker to make the rules easier to enforce
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Moral Entrepreneurs- The Grizzly Aftermath There is an inherent contradiction in enforcing the rules The rule enforcers must demonstrate they are
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 340 taught by Professor Richardfey during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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6b - Moral Entrepreneurs Grizzly Aftermath If a moral...

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