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While some mores function simply as mores there is a strong tendency for them to become incorporated into the laws of a society. Man people will obey mores automatically or become they want to ,do the “right” thing. PI. few people, however, are tempted to violate  mores. These people may be forced to con form by the threat of legal punishment. Thus the law serves to reinforce the mores. Thor who still will not conform are punished imprisoned, or even executed. Sometime laws are passed which do, not really harms size with mores, and their enforcement the becomes difficult or even impossible Or..e example of this is the Eighteen Amendment, passed In 1919, which outlaw the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor.

Sometimes laws do not harmonize with the mores.

Sometimes laws do not harmonize with the mores.

Meanwhile, the Moral Majority and others are making a determined effort to restore traditional sex and family values. Value is closely related to price [Mitchell, 1968, p. 218). Price is the money cost of a good or service, and the price one will pay measures how highly one values one good or service compared to others. Values are an important part of every culture. An act is  on sidereal “Legitimate”-that is, morally acceptable-when it is in harmony with accepted values. When our values defined then admirable woman as dutiful, domestic, and dependent, it was “legitimate” to discourage higher education for women
now that we increasingly admire women who are self-reliant, independent, and successful, higher education for women is onside red legitimate and necessary.

Material culture consists of any physical substance which has been changed by • human intervention.

Material culture consists of any physical
substance which has been changed by 
human intervention.

Posted on September 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

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