Sociological School of Jurisprudence

“Values” are core beliefs within society as to what is good and bad, moral and immoral, and acceptable and unacceptable. Similarly, “norms” are action aspects of values that teach us how to behave in a situation and “customs” is a close synonym to the norm, which guides the life of an individual.  These were the founding stones of law. “Laws” were formal “norms” that attracted sanctions by the society.

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