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We hear about law and society all the time, but what does it actually mean? We are surrounded by law. We’re also surrounded by social sciences. These social sciences include psychology, sociology, and anthropology. Its crucial to study social sciences when dealing with the law. We learn and observe how people work everyday, and those people encounter the law everyday. Social sciences have an affect on how we react to the law. An example would be: our psychological state. You’re in an upset, or not so good mood, you may decide to speed to work one day.

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The law is there to help, and protect us. We obey the law because it is morally right to do so. Growing up we were taught to obey and follow the law. We have political obligations, which basically means we have a moral duty, and political obligation can help us discover justification for obedience to the law. Obedience is another key factor; we follow the law because re recognize the power of authority. Most of the time a police officer’s presence will reduce an individual’s rebellious actions by half.  

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The law is everywhere and we are surrounded by it on a daily basis. When we drive our vehicles, we have the right to drive on the roads because we pay taxes, and speed limits are posted for our safety. If these speed limits are broken, we are punished. We express our freedom of speech everyday whenever we converse with someone. Being at Algoma University, I have the right to education and schooling. If I need to go to the doctor, and/or a hospital, I have the right to healthcare. During the summer when I was working, I was injured on the job.

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