The Role of Public Opprobrium in Adjusting Socio-Legal Behavior
Daniel Fodorean ()
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Daniel Fodorean: Baptist Theological Institute of Bucharest and Law School, Titu Maiorescu University
RAIS Journal for Social Sciences, 2017, vol. 1, issue 1, 59-64
Public opprobrium is a relatively little-discussed factor in the social sphere and in the sphere of law, due to its relativity, the concept of shame and social contempt being variable from one society to another. One of the conclusions reached has been that â€žthe positive evolution and prosperity of society depend on how the legal system is harmonizing with the moral systemâ€ (Hotca 2017). In this approach to the application of the law in society, besides specialized and institutionalized means, the social reaction to deviant behaviors in relation to the most important social values, a reaction described by the concept of public opprobrium or moral opprobrium, plays an important role. In this article, we will argue for the importance and utility of public opprobrium in relation to legal norms and social values.
Keywords: opprobrium; society; civil law; morality; human behavior (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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