Social norms and values?-Do you think laws can alter human behavior?

What are social norms and values? Do you think laws can alter human behavior? Why or why not? Please give two examples of laws that have been used to oppress people. Please cite your sources.

Social norms and values?-Do you think laws can alter human behavior?

Part 1
Chapter 1: What is law?
Instructions
CHAPTER 1: WHAT IS THE LAW?
Please answer the 3 questions below:
1.      Firstly, What are social norms and values? Do you think laws can alter human behavior? Why or why not?
2.      Secondly, Please give two examples of laws that have been used to oppress people. Please cite your sources.
3.      Thirdly, What is commonly meant by ‘Law Law’ (formal justice)? See: open.edu; www.quora.com (Links to an external site.); marketlinks.org. (b). Further, what is commonly meant by ‘Rule of Law?’ See: www.uscourts.gov (Links to an external site.); worldjusticeproject.org; thelawdictionary.org.

Chapter 2: CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPALS

Instructions
CHAPTER 2-CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPALS
Please use the resources below (found on You Tube and Google Scholar for the case law) and any others that you choose (please cite your sources) to answer the questions in this section:
“White House”- Executive Branch Song by Leddy
Firstly, What is the Executive Branch of the United States Government? History.
Secondly, Presidential Power: Crash Course Government and Politics #11
Thirdly, Marbury V. Madison: What was the Case bout? History
Fourthly, Griswold v. Connecticut Summary
Further, Powers of Congress: Nikki Schubert
Additionally, Powers of Congress: American Government
Also, School House Rock: Three Ring Circus
Further, Three Branches of Government: Uptown Funk Parody
Moreover, Marbury v. Madison, U.S. 1803 (Google Scholar)
Lastly, Griswold v. Connecticut, U.S. 1963 (Google Scholar)

Please answer the 3 questions below:

1.      Firstly, What are the main powers given to the U.S. Congress in the United States Constitution?
2.      Secondly, What the nature of the president’s powers is as described in the United States Constitution?
3.      Thirdly, What the nature of the federal judiciary’s powers is as described in the United States Constitution? What the nature of judicial review is as defined in Marbury v. Madison?

CHAPTER 14-MANAGING THE LAWYER RELATIONSHIP
Instructions
Resources: 
Please use the American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct to answer the questions below. Also, please watch the movie: Michael Clayton which can be found on iTunes YouTube; Vudu; Amazon Prime and Hulu.

Please answer the 3 questions below:
1.      Firstly, What are a lawyers basic loyalty obligations according to the rules of professional conduct?
2.      Secondly, What are a lawyers basic confidentiality obligations according to the rules of Professional Conduct?
3.      Lastly, What kind of remedies are available to a client for lawyer misconduct and negligence?

Part 2

Please answer the question below
(1) Firstly, In what fundamental way does the United States Constitution separate powers and why? Cite one written source (see: The Federalist No. 51). See also on You Tube: Exploring Federalist 51: Separation of Powers; Hip Hughes History and Khan Academy: Additionally, Separation of Powers Checks and Balances.
(2) Secondly, Define Checks and Balances as it pertains to the United States Government and how this framework of government is placing out in our government currently.

Part 3
Media/Documentary

Question 1

Firstly, Watch the documentary:
The Corporation (2004, Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott, Joel Bakan).
Additionally, Please write a 3 paragraph assessment of how the mission and value of your non-profit entity is different from the mission of a for profit corporation.

Lastly, Share any unexpected discoveries about corporations you learned from this documentary.

Non-profit entity

Question 2

Also, NON profit Entity: Send one paragraph description of the non-entity you would create to carry forward a mission you believe in.

Lastly, Name it, write a mission statement.

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