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Individual differences |
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Social Cohesion and lawsEdit
For Social Cohesion to be achieved, laws must be able to:
- Set acceptable standards of behaviour and consequences to punish those that engage in unacceptable behaviour
- Protect fundamental human rights such as the presumption of innocence
- Create institutions of government that can create laws, enforce laws and adjudicate disputes that arise as a result of individuals breaking the law
- Facilitate the orderly transition from one generation to the next
Social Cohesion and uncertaintyEdit
The degree of Social Cohesion in society determines society's response to fears and uncertainty in unstable economic and challenging social times.
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