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In short, the definition of an ideal society is "Utopia." A Utopian society is defined as an imaginary society free from poverty and suffering. It is the topic of a book written by Sir Thomas Moore in 1516. More »

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Society describes a group of people who share similar values, laws and traditions living in organized communities for mutual benefits. Members of society often share religions, politics or culture. More »

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Among Helen Keller's contributions to society were her fundraising and awareness initiatives with the American Foundation for the Blind, her efforts to make Braille the standard system used to write books for the blind, ... More »

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Ideal culture refers to the idealized system of norms and values that a society claims to believe. The ideal culture exists in tandem with the real culture, which involves the actual values and norms followed by a societ... More »

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Business law is an important topic to understand due to how intertwined business transactions are with society. Any regulation or legal rights that affect employers, employees, and consumers, as well as how businesses in... More »

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Laws change to keep up with the ever-evolving views and values of the society. Lawmakers play a critical role in identifying shifts in expectations and values of the society so as to create and pass new laws. More »

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Rules and laws serve many purposes necessary for a thriving society, including the punishment of wrongdoers, the resolution of disputes, the promotion of the common good and moral habituation. The fact that every organiz... More »

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