is a web-based course. As a summer course students will include
campus students and those enrolled in the distance degree program.
will rely on this online course outline, e-mail, and other web-based
tools to complete this course.
this course our focus will be on the analysis of several issues.
Please think about these issues as you move through your assignments:
is the role of norms and customs?
do we study law?
does law function in various social institutions?
Does Law Function (or dysfunction)?
law lead to justice?
law a codification of morality?
law lead to social change?
law assure equality?
- Snakes or Saints?
there too much law?
and Why is Law Created?
some acts and behaviors inherently "bad?"
laws simply a result of rational decisions?
law a tool to control and oppress?
do social status, gender, race, and other factors interact
law legitimate certain social structures?
Outline and Schedule
on the "Course Outline," "Calendar," and
"Journals" buttons to review the expectations for this class.
Assignments and due dates are listed
in the calendar
review the entire Outline and
few days of the semester.