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Sociology of Law

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SOC216H5 Lecture 1: Intro - January 8th - Week 1
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find more resources at oneclass.com Intro - January 8th - Week 1 Tuesday, January 8, 2019 11:08 AM Example: drug laws in canada Lawyers worry about if the police work under the law Sociologist cares about: ...

Sociology
SOC216H5
Ronit Dinovitzer
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Felony Disenfranchisement
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Law,racism andracialprofiling November 16,2017 Canadianmulticulturalism gapbetweenCanadianmulticulturalismandpatterns of victimization Canadaisfarfrom vision of inclusionconveyed insociety victimizationpatternsshow thatdif...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Intersectionality, Color Blindness, Cultural Assimilation
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Socialconstruction of race November2,2017 Criticalracetheory raceis socially constructed;collective invention of thedefinitionsand interpretations ofrace [classes, categories]race is inconsistentandpoliticize census to und...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sovereign State, Liberal Democracy
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Legal consciousness, hegemony and sexual harassment October 26, 2017 Constitutive theory how law is infused in everyday lives, law in books and law in action intersect law exists through how we interact with it everyday un...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tort Reform, Sovereign State, Tretinoin
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Constitutive theory of law October 5, 2017 Constitutive theory reciprocal relationship between law and social practice; interactive finegrained relationship between law and action law creates meaning that shape everyday pr...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elective Affinities, Power Law, Sociological Theory
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Sociological theory: Weber September 28, 2017 Structural theory: Max Weber structure of society shapes structure of law law evolves Interested in elective affinity; structures that organize law takes on own structure thro...

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Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bourgeoisie
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Sociologicaltheory -Marx September21,2017 Materialisttheory organization oftheeconomyshapes law determineshowsociety ...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sociological Theory, Private Law, Public Law
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Introduction to the sociology of law September 14, 2017 Jurisprudence a body of law. Refers to the study of the theory and philosophy of law decisions that have set precedent Law and society interdisciplinary and crossdisc...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Multiculturalism In Canada, Color Blindness, Scapegoating

Lecture 8 SOC216 Major sociological theories of law (continued) Critical race theory Race is socially constructed, in part by law. It also is intersectional. more of a critical race theory and test...

Sociology
SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Hate Speech, Sovereign State, Procedural Justice

Lecture 7 SOC216 Major sociological theories of law (continued) Constitutive theory There is a reciprocal relationship between law and social practice. Note: this theory blurs the distinction between law o...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 SOC216

Lecture 4 SOC216 Major sociological theories of law Classical theories Functionalist theory: Emile Durkheim (Sept. 14) Societies exist based on common moral order, which requires solidarity....

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tort Reform, Sovereign State

Lecture 5 SOC216 Major sociological theories of law Contemporary theory Constitutive theory There is a reciprocal relationship between law and social practice. Note: this theory blurs the distinction betwe...

Sociology
SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bryant Park, Squeegee Man, Aggressive Panhandling

Lecture 3 SOC216 Major sociological theories of law Materialist theory: Karl Marx (Sept. 21) The organization of the economy shapes law. The goal of capitalism is to create profit for...

Sociology
SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

Lecture 2 Jurispurdence-We are not doing that and we will be doing this in law school ( how formal law has changes and its about the law in the books) We are looking at law outside the books ...

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SOC216H5
Ellen Berrey
SOC216H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Legal Positivism, Iceberg
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SOC216 Sociology of Law Lecture 1 Tuesday, May 10, 2016 What is law? - Law is located in spaces like courts - Used to settle disputes - Based on rules - Serves to prot...

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SOC216H5
Brenna Keatinge
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LAW 405
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Sociology - Reference Guides

Sociology is the study of the principles that underlie social order. In this concise Guide, the reader has ready access to clear explanations and examples of important sociological theories. The often complex and contradic...

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