• sociological school
    Sociological Jurisprudence ………………………………5 III. Views Of Different Jurists Related To This Approach ……………..6 IV. Social Engineering : The Concept ……………………………………………7 V. Theory of social engineering ……………………………………………………..8 VI. Criticism …………………………………………………………………………………….12 VII. Sociological jurisprudence...
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  • Social Engineering
    SOCIAL ENGINEERING BY ROSCOE POUND ISSUES IN LEGAL AND POLITACAL PHILOSOPHY Submitted To: Asst. Prof. PRITAM BARUAH Submitted By: SAI ABHIPSA GOCHHAYAT PG 21005 West Bengal National University Of Juridical Science, Kolkata Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1742165 CHAPTER...
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  • Sociological Jurisprudence and Sociology of Law
    Sociological Jurisprudence and Sociology of Law Roscoe Pound (l87O—1964) was the first jurist to make the social dimensions of law, a central concern of Anglo-American jurisprudence. He was by no means the originator of the sociological tradition in law, which in fact commenced in Germany and France...
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  • Roscoe Pound on Social Engineering
    Jurisprudence of Roscoe Pound (Part I) James A. Gardner Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.law.villanova.edu/vlr Part of the Jurisprudence Commons, and the Law and Society Commons Recommended Citation James A. Gardner, The Sociological Jurisprudence of Roscoe Pound (Part I), 7 Vill...
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  • Jurisprudence in Gist
    individualism. According to him, the objective of legislation is the “greatest happiness for the greatest number.” Contributors of the utilitarian theory are Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, John Stuart Mill, David Hume, Priestly, Hucheon and Parley John Austin recognized the reality of the enforcement...
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  • Jurisprudence
     UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI SCHOOL OF LAW GROUP 7B ASSINGMENT COURSE CODE: GPR114 COURSE TITLE: SOCIAL FOUNDATION OF LAW COURSE INSTRUCTORS; NANCY BARAZA/KARIUKI MUIGUA YEAR OF STUDY: FIRST YEAR (2013/2014) ACADEMIC SEMESTER: FIRST SEMESTER GROUP MEMBERS NO NAME REG NO. 3 AMY OCHIEL G34/31038/2014 ...
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  • Law Social Engineering
    LAW AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL ENGINEERING IN INDIA KARANDEEP MAKKAR1 Roscoe Pound introduced the doctrine of “Social Engineering” which aims at building an efficient structure of society which would result in the satisfaction of maximum of wants with the minimum of friction and waste. It involved the...
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  • The Relevance of the Sociological School of Jurisprudence to Legal Studies
    much encompassing approach to the study of society and coined the phrase „sociology‟. This gave great illumination to the fact that man like any other social animal was capable of being studied in a trajectory that included observation, explanation and prediction. It is the humble intention of this exercise...
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  • Legal Norms and Other Norms
    process of law and the social sphere, and the influence of each on the other. Law cannot operate in a vacuum; it has to exist within a plethora of forces such as the force of customs, the force of morality and the force of religion. The question that arises is, does law influence social norms and conform...
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  • Mr Zhou
    17 Jan 0945 Mansfield Cooper G22 17 Jan 0945 Schuster Bldg. Rutherford Th. 17 Jan 0945 Simon Bldg. LR1 19 Jan 1400 Mansfield Cooper G21 19 Jan 1400 Roscoe Theatre B 19 Jan 1400 Stu. Union Council Chamber 19 Jan 1400 Sackville St Bldg. J15 20 Jan 0945 Simon Bldg. LR2 18 Jan 0945 Schuster Bldg. Rutherford...
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  • SIGNIFICANCE AND RELEVANCY OF DOCTRINAL RESEARCH IN MODERN LAW AND JUSTICE
    research involves analysis of legal proposition or legal concept. The sources of data are the reports of the Applelate Courts and Conventional Legal Theory. Empirical research, on the other hand, is defined as research based on observed and measured phenomena. The basic point of difference between them...
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  • Critical Analysis of Slavery Law and Society
    scrutinize the economic, social, political and legal framework which bound the lives of the enslaved black populations, free coloureds, and whites in the territories of St. Vincent, Tobago, Dominica, Grenada and the Grenadines, highlights how the law has been used to initiate social engineering of slave society...
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  • Social Engineering
    Social Engineering October 29, 2007 Social Engineering Before laws or a land without laws would be a chaotic place for humans to live. Since there have been social communities there have been a need for laws to control the moral and ethical issues that come when two or more people come together...
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  • priya
    Justice 3. Need for administration of justice 4. Legal justice and natural justice 5. Distinction between civil justice and criminal justice 6. Theories of punishment 7. Kinds of punishment 8. Justice in India 9. Conclusion ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Introduction Justice is a concept...
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  • Theories of Law and Society
    THEORIES OF LAW AND SOCIETY Sociological Jurisprudence and the Sociology of Law Cotterrell – Why must legal ideas be interpreted sociologically? Strong argument against legal sociology is that it has no privileged way of approaching legal ideas Claim is not ‘law cannot be understood in sociological...
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  • Administration of Justice
    justice has to be done by the state on the basis of rules and principles recognized. b.      Roscoe Pound- It is the court who has to administer justice in a state. Both Roscoe Pound and Salmond. Roscoe Pound stresses more on courts whereas Salmond stresses more on the State. ...
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  • Significance and relevance of doctrinal in modern law and justiceresearch
    research involves analysis of legal proposition or legal concept. The sources of data are the reports of the Applelate Courts and Conventional Legal Theory. Empirical research, on the other hand, is defined as research based on observed and measured phenomena. The basic point of difference between them...
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  • A Jurisprudential Appraisal of Law as an Instruement of Social Change in India
    A JURISPRUDENTIAL APPRAISAL OF LAW AS AN INSTRUEMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN INDIA INTRODUCTION The subject of the relationship between law and social change involves extensive jurisprudential, sociological and philosophical discussions and learning done over centuries by a wide range of renowned...
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  • Sociology and Law
    when a cultural norm is broken. Law can be analyzed sociologically as a method of doing something. Law can be studied as a social process, instrumented by individuals during social interaction. Sociologically, law consists of the behaviors, situations, and conditions for making, interpreting and applying...
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  • Jurisprudence Is the Study and Systematic Arrangement of the General Principle of Law
    are to be tackled by law through pragmatic approach in interpreting law. While doing so, the modern jurisprudence has to take into consideration the social ethos and changing patterns of the society which immensely widens its scope as a science of law. Table of Contents 1...
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