The Role of Non-Juridical Regulations in Society
Habits in a word, are a large category of social rules. They are as old as man and are the first regulations of conformist behaviour in human communities. Habits are spontaneously formed and occur due to the repeated and extended application of a conduct. A habit becomes a rule entered in the life and tradition of the community that people comply with as usage or practice.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
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