Law - The Law Learning Objectives What is it? How does it...

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1 The Law Learning Objectives • What is it? • How does it work? Custom Decree Law A rule of conduct established and enforced by mutual agreement (Cultural: Tribes, Clans, Ethnicities) A rule of conduct established and enforced by power (Force: Monarchy, Fascism, Autocracy) A rule of conduct established and enforced by authority (Social maturity: Democracy, Republic) Constraints on Social Behavior The Anatomy of Power Power: The ability to demand Basis: A value or valued object Conditions: 1) valued by the respondent 2) can be manipulated by another 3) divisible 4) in short supply
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2 The Basis of Value (Worth) 1) physical and psychological well-being 2) acceptance, regard, and support 3) competency 4) wealth 5) rectitude — skill and knowledge — moral propriety 6) transcendence The Anatomy of Authority Authority: The right to command Basis: Achieved level of social maturity Levels of development: 1) pain avoidance 2) pleasure principle 3) majority rule 4) law and order 5) social responsibility 7) universality and consistency 6) social conscience The Anatomy of the Law Statute
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course MGMT 3600 taught by Professor Robertdesman during the Fall '11 term at Kennesaw.

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