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FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.soc331genius.com SOC 331 Complete Course Sociology - General Sociology Moral, Legal, and Religious Perspectives on Social Justice. In Chapter 1 of your textbook, justice is analyzed from three perspectives, each with its own set of relevant concepts. The text includes three case studies for consideration from each perspective. Select one (only one) of these case studies as the focus of your initial post in this discussion. Then analyze the selected case study from the justice perspective which accompanies it and answer the following questions. a. If you select “Case Study 1.1 – Jacob Little and Walmart,” analyze it from the perspective of justice as a moral concept. Your analysis must address the following questions: § Did Walmart offer Jacob a just wage? Why or why not? § Was the alderman’s decision to let Walmart operate in the city just? Why or why not? § If you were the alderman, what would you – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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soc 331 genius Invent Yourself/soc331genius.com
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SOC 331 Entire Course FOR MORE CLASSES
VISIT www.soc331genius.com SOC 331 Complete
Course Sociology - General Sociology Moral,
Legal, and Religious Perspectives on Social
Justice. In Chapter 1 of your textbook, justice
is analyzed from three perspectives, each with
its own set of relevant concepts. The text
includes three case studies for consideration
from each perspective. Select one (only one) of
these case studies as the focus of your initial
post in this discussion. Then analyze the
selected case study from the justice perspective
which accompanies it and answer the following
questions.
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SOC 331 Week 1 DQ 1 Moral, Legal, and Religious
Perspectives on Social Justice (Ash) FOR MORE
CLASSES VISIT www.soc331genius.com SOC 331 Week 1
DQ 1 Moral, Legal, and Religious Perspectives on
Social Justice Sociology - General
Sociology Moral, Legal, and Religious
Perspectives on Social Justice. In Chapter 1 of
your textbook, justice is analyzed from three
perspectives, each with its own set of relevant
concepts. The text includes three case studies
for consideration from each perspective. Select
one (only one) of these case studies as the focus
of your initial post in this discussion. Then
analyze the selected case study from the justice
perspective which accompanies it and answer the
following questions.
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SOC 331 Week 1 DQ 2 The Justice of Climate
Change (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.soc331gen
ius.com SOC 331 Week 1 DQ 2 The Justice of
Climate Change Sociology - General Sociology The
Justice of Climate Change. In Chapter 1 of your
textbook, the author identifies the possible
causes and consequences of global warming/climate
change as emerging issues loaded with
implications for justice. He also analyzes the
concepts of distributive justice, commutative
justice, and retributive justice and suggests
their relevance to conversations about how
individuals, businesses, and nations should
respond justly to evidence of global warming.
These conversations are made more difficult by
acrimonious debates about the quality of the
scientific evidence that supports global warming
hypotheses as well as the motives and integrity
of various scientists on both sides of the issue.
Case Study 1.4 Getting Warmer? illustrates
this problem.
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SOC 331 Week 1 Quiz (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Quiz Sociology - General Sociology 1. Question
War comes from a German word that originally
meant Student Answer Concord Accord Discord Order
Instructor Explanation The answer can be found
in Section 1.3 Justice as a Religious
Concept Points Received 1 of 1
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SOC 331 Week 2 DQ 1 Justice from Four
Perspectives Family, Community, State, and Nation
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SOC 331 Week 2 DQ 1 Justice from Four
Perspectives Family, Community, State, and
Nation Sociology - General Sociology Justice from
Four Perspectives Family, Community, State, and
Nation. In Chapter 2, the author urges students
to look at justice through the lens of reason
by developing frameworks that permit careful
analysis and evaluation of competing views
(Dreisbach, 2013, Section 2.1). He provides an
example of such a framework by analyzing how the
concept of justice varies when viewed from the
different perspectives of family, community,
state, and nation. In this discussion, you will
apply this framework to analyze justice issues
arising from demands for the legalization of a
traditionally prohibited behavior in the United
States same-sex marriage. Before responding,
carefully read the discussion question below
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SOC 331 Week 2 DQ 2 Justice and Socio-Economic
Class (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.soc331geniu
s.com SOC 331 Week 2 DQ 2 Justice and
Socio-Economic Class Sociology - General
Sociology Justice and Socio-Economic Class. In
Chapter 2 of the textbook, the author describes
meanings for the concept of socio-economic class
and analyzes how perceptions of justice may be
influenced by class distinctions in American
society (see Section 2.4). He also references the
related views of two provocative and
thought-provoking contemporary scholars. Robert
H. Frank provides an economic analysis, and
Charles Murray offers a socio-cultural
interpretation. In this discussion, you will
summarize the perspective of one of these
scholars and evaluate
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SOC 331 Week 2 Quiz (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Quiz Sociology - General Sociology 1. Question
A neighborhood covenant prohibiting homeowners
from making changes to their property without
permission is an example of Student
Answer Retributive justice Distributive
justice Commutative justice Restorative
justice Instructor Explanation
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SOC 331 Week 2 State vs. Federal Marijuana
Legalization (2 Papers) FOR MORE CLASSES
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contains 2 Different Papers SOC 331 Week 2 State
vs. Federal Marijuana Legalization Sociology -
General Sociology State vs. Federal Marijuana
Legalization. For this assignment, you will again
follow the suggestion to look at justice
through frameworks that permit careful analysis
and evaluation of competing views (Dreisbach,
2013, Section 2.1). Again, you will apply his
framework for analyzing how the concept of
justice varies when viewed from the different
perspectives of family, community, state, and
nation. In this assignment, you will apply this
framework to analyze justice issues arising from
recent successful efforts to legalize
recreational marijuana use in two states and
medical marijuana in several other states. Before
responding, carefully read the assignment prompt
below. By the end of 2012, eighteen states and
the District of Columbia had legalized medical
marijuana use, under
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SOC 331 Week 3 DQ 1 Distributive Justice Across
the Generations (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Distributive Justice Across the
Generations Sociology - General
Sociology Distributive Justice Across the
Generations. In Chapter 3 of your textbook, the
author discusses how demographic differences,
such as age, influence understandings of
distributive justice. He also reviews how
libertarian, utilitarian, and egalitarian
theories of distributive justice enter into
conversations across demographic divides. The
soaring cost of health care, the limitations of
the economy in paying for health care, and the
growing proportion of the population who are over
age 65, have given rise to serious iscussion, at
times acrimonious, about the possible need to or
the
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SOC 331 Week 3 DQ 2 Distributive Justice and
Scarce Natural Resources (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Distributive Justice and Scarce Natural
Resources Sociology - General Sociology Distributi
ve Justice and Scarce Natural Resources. In
Chapter 3 of the text, the author calls attention
to how struggles for scarce natural resources
will pose increasingly difficult problems of
distributive justice in the future, on both the
local and global levels. Case 3.4 Fracking
Friction (in Section 3.4) explores this issue in
the context of fracking for natural gas. Suppose
that the connection between fracking and adverse
health effects is as yet an unproven possibility.
Do individuals health interests outweigh the
property interests of energy companies in?
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SOC 331 Week 3 Quiz (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Quiz Sociology - General Sociology 1. Question
Of the following, which is NOT an element in
George McGoverns new definition of
defense? Student Answer The quality of our
education Military protection against
terrorism The health of our people The strength
of our transportation
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SOC 331 Week 4 DQ 1 Commutative Justice and
Embryo Adoption (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Commutative Justice and Embryo Adoption Sociology
- General Sociology Commutative Justice and
Embryo Adoption. In Chapter 4 of the textbook,
the author examines commutative justice as
arising from contractual relationships a
specific contract among particular parties or a
broader social contract on which a community or
nation is based. He also discusses how the
interpretation or enforceability of a specific
contract may be influenced by the principles and
values that are part of the broader social
contract.
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SOC 331 Week 4 DQ 2 Commutative Justice and the
National Debt (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Commutative Justice and the National
Debt Sociology - General Sociology Commutative
Justice and the National Debt. In Chapter 4 of
the text, the author examines commutative justice
across the generations (see Section 4.5). This
idea arises from the writings of British
political thinker Edmund Burke (1790) Society
is indeed a contract a partnership in all art, a
particular in every virtue, and in all
perfection. As the ends of such a partnership
cannot be obtained in many generations, it
becomes a partnership not only between those who
are living, but between those who are living,
those who are dead, and those who are to be born
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SOC 331 Week 4 Quiz (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Quiz Sociology - General Sociology 1. Question
With which of the following is commutative
justice NOT concerned? Student Answer Is the
contract a legal document? Is the contract
moral? Have all parties fulfilled their part of
the contract? Does the contract require
distributing goods and services
equally? Instructor Explanation
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SOC 331 Week 5 DQ 1 Retributive Justice and
Mandatory Life Imprisonment for Juvenile
Offenders (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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and Mandatory Life Imprisonment for Juvenile
Offenders. In Chapter 5 of the textbook, the
author examines retributive justice from the
standpoint of the means of punishment (Section
5.2). He calls attention to the length of prison
sentences and, in particular, the issue of
mandatory life sentences for juvenile
offenders. In 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court
declared laws that require judges to impose
life-without-parole sentences for juveniles to be
in violation of the Eighth Amendments
prohibition of cruel and unusual punishments.
The decision (Miller v. Alabama) was a 5-4 split
in the Court which is typical of many such
decisions that apply the cruel and unusual
punishment provision.
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SOC 331 Week 5 DQ 2 Alternative to Retributive
Justice (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
VISIT www.soc331genius.com   Alternative to
Retributive Justice. In Chapter 5 of the text,
the author discusses four alternatives to
retributive justice corrective justice,
reformative justice, restorative justice, and
transformative justice (see Section 5.3). In
Case Study 5.5 Dead Woman Walking, the text
describes the circumstances that led to the 1998
execution in Texas of Karla Faye Tucker. Before
she was executed she requested, but was denied,
clemency. Her cause was supported by many
political, correctional, and moral leaders.
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SOC 331 Week 5 Final (Homelessness in America)
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on the topic (Homelessness in America) SOC 331
Week 5 Final (Homelessness in America) (2 Paper)
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SOC 331 Week 5 Quiz (Ash) FOR MORE CLASSES
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Quiz Sociology - General Sociology 1. Question
According to the FBI, hate crimes in the U.S.
in 2010 based on a bias against race were
committed largely against which of the
following? Student Answer Blacks Whites Hispanics
Asians Instructor Explanation
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