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Formal [[social control]] of behaviors include things such as [[law]]s and codes that a society abides by. It includes efforts by the police, courts, and correctional institutions to produce social conformity of the law. See [[law enforcement]] and [[informal social control]].
 
Formal [[social control]] of behaviors include things such as [[law]]s and codes that a society abides by. It includes efforts by the police, courts, and correctional institutions to produce social conformity of the law. See [[law enforcement]] and [[informal social control]].
   

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Formal social control of behaviors include things such as laws and codes that a society abides by. It includes efforts by the police, courts, and correctional institutions to produce social conformity of the law. See law enforcement and informal social control.

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