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Who said Sociology teaches how groups function and how to make use of the laws governing the way they function so as to try to circumvent them?
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Sociology is the study of group behaviour.
It is supreme over all other law in the U.S. In the first article, The Constitution states that it will behave as the law of the land, and will be deciphered by the Supreme C…ourt. If something is unconstitutional, it is against the law.
The activities of pressure groups are useful in the functioning of a democratic government because these pressure groups act as forums where the interest of those can be prese…nted who are otherwise incapable of representing their interests. Not everyone in the society has will to participate directly in the country politics, so he can influence the politics indirectly by creating pressure groups. Pressure groups are must in every democracies. In the absence of these, political parties may be under undue influence of rich and powerful people. But pressure group remind the parties by raising the issues of common people.
Structural functionalism refers to the distinct structures or institutions that shape a society and each structure has a specific function or role to play in determining… the behaviour of the society. For exaample to maintain security for the members of a society, it has military system to defend the members from exteranl threat, and police system to maintain law and oeder of the society. The systems are the structures of the society and the functions of the systems are to provide security and stability for the society.
what are the functions of sociology? 1.select and study industrial social element. 2.explain and analysis of the nature of organizational behavior. 3.invention theory re…lating to formal and informal behavior of personnel. 4.explaining the impact of industry on society and society on industry. 5.making organizational policy. 6. links the different system of society
Education has an important effect on society. The better educated a society is the better it is able to produce rules or laws that allow its members to have a better quality …of life.
What are the functions of teaching?
In practice, a committee takes the overall generalized idea of a future law and works out the actual process of turning the idea into a propelry worded bill which is then forw…arded to the full body of the House or Senate, where it is voted on.
You may find it in the articles by Noam Chomsky.
In Federal Laws
In what form of government are the law-making and the law-executing functions lodged in separate branches of the government?
unitary if not try federal
"What is the structural functional theory in sociology?"
The functions of the US government are quite diverse and are aimed at making the life of its citizens better. The main functions include providing justice, foreign diploma…cy, to provide common defense and so much more.
Our forefathers argued about this for years before penning the Constitution. The main objectives for the US Federal Government, that is all three branches: Executive, Judici…al, and Legislative together, is to protect the United States and its territories from foreign aggression (armies, missiles, warships), and provided the social programs that are dubbed necessary to have a healthy working society. The Federal government provides a sort of communal pool of funds for state programs, including those for education (both for public schools and public universities), state roads, public waters, parks, infrastructure in general (trains, subway systems, etc.), as well as providing grants for community or state projects. The biggest branch of the Federal Government is the Executive branch (the one concerning the President and deparments below him). It has 15 departments, I'll list some of them below and what they're meant to do, but it may not be all that they do. -Veterans' Affairs- takes care of soldiers and veterans post-service. -The Department of State- deals with foreign affairs and handles Americans once they've gone overseas (be it for vacation, work, or study, you'll need to go through the Department of State and embassies for visas) -Defense- deals with the military and its branches -Homeland Security- handles intelligence and determines the urgency of security threats, and helps America in times of natural disasters. -Treasury- deals with the printing of money -Justice- prevents crime and ensures public safety -Agriculture- deals with regulations and safety measures for America's agricultural sector, also subsidizes America's farmers, and is behind the Federal programs to eradicate starvation and malnutrition in America, makes sure your food safe -Health and Human Services- ensures public safety with new medicines and procedures -Interior- they deal with parks, animals, and greenery -Transportation- provides funding for national highways and interstates and things like railroads or the metro To see the rest of the departments and what they do check the related source link below the answer. From this, you can understand how impossible it would be to have a functional infrastructure or education system without the Federal Government. Even state-run programs are often funded from federal grants.
The citizens made decisions. The 30 councillors (gerousia) put proposed decisions before the people. The 5 magistrates (ephors) carried out and administered the decisions …and laws.