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WLULY100Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Clean Hands, Justiciability, Social Change

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Dispute: a disagreement between two or more parties. Resolution: ways by which the parties involved may solve the issue. Litigation > court 31248: why,
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WLULY101Todd GordonWinter

LY101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Materiel, Abortion-Rights Movements, Equal Opportunity

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Women"s bodies and the law: the debate on sex workers" rights. And now: bawdy house sometimes referred to a brothel, changed in 2014, because of the be
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WLULY100Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: R V Drybones, Lists Of Landmark Court Decisions, Summary Offence

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Landmark case: pre- charted case canadian bill rights 1970: r v drybone 1970- constitutional law supreme court of canada decision. Canadian bill rights
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WLULY101Todd GordonWinter

LY101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Michel Foucault, Jeremy Bentham, Auguste Comte

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Ly101 january 23: incarceration and the disciplinary society. This speech covers a range of issues, but approximately half way down is a very brief sec
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WLULY100Gallagher- MackayFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ventriloquism, Social Forces, Cognitive Psychology

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~ brooks - law has implicitly recognized the power of storytelling in the courtroom. ~ ewick and silbey - people have diff levels of awareness, we may
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WLULY100Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Indian Act, Discovery Doctrine, Donald Marshall, Jr.

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*read and brief the donald marshall jr. case for next week. Treaty land claim: promised 6 miles on either side of the grand river. Many live on reserve
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WLULY100Professor Patricia O’ ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: String Theory, Small Claims Court, Working Poor

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Less to punish and to restore relationships. If one person claims damages from the other- who losses this case: negative relationships- relations betwe
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WLULY100Professor Patricia O’ ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Procedural Law, Social Defence

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Consequence- an abstract, not set in stone, only an idea. Suicide, division of labour in society, developed the rules of the sociological method. Inter
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WLULY100Gallagher- MackayFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sex Offender, Intersectionality, Vigilante

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~ denaturalizes taken for granted parts of our social worlds - current situations arise from past decisions. How things came to be as they are today. ~
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WLULY100Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: E. Adamson Hoebel, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Substantive Law

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What barrier is there to sociologists and lawyers being involved with one another?5. Galanter"s view of modern law 29 (to the end of this page) Marx"s
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WLULY100Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sue Rodriguez, Medicalization, Cosmetology

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Bourgeoisie (the owners of the means of production) hold the power. *2 kinds of social control: formal: laws, sanctions, informal: social norms, mores,
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WLULY101Todd GordonWinter

LY101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Talcott Parsons, Order Theory, Natural And Legal Rights

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January 16: theory introduction, with a brief history of theft. Most influential understanding of society and, most common, main stream. Empricism (dom
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