Officer Mendelson responds to a robbery call at a local music store. On arrival, the store owner and five witnesses say a young
man grabbed an arm full of classical recordsand just ran down the street. Mendelson runs out of the store and sees a young man disappear around the corner. He catches up with him and tackles him to the ground. Mendelson had seen classical records on the ground earlier, but did not see the young man holding or dropping these records. There were no other people on the street at the time, except an older woman with a cane. The police officer decides it is too much of a hassle to bring the young man down to the station for a formal lineup and decides to bring him back to the store to see if anyone can recognize him. Sure enough, the owner identifies him as the robber, as do the other five witnesses, one after another. Mendelsonarrests the man and he is promptly charged with robbery.Officer Mendelson could use this procedure because:a. taking the young man to the police station was inconvenient.b. he lacked probable cause and the crime had just been committed near the location of the arrest.c. five or more witnesses were available.d. lineup arrays can lead to misidentification of suspects.
In 1978, China introduced a bold, new policy which ended centralized agricultural planning and returned land used for communal farms back to individual families. Freeing the productive capacity of hundreds of millions became the single largest factor in helping China’s rural poor escape poverty.
The relationship between individual and society is ultimately one of the profound of all the problems of social philosophy. It is more philosophical rather than sociological because it involves the question of values. Man depends on society. It is in the society that an individual is surrounded and encompassed by culture, as a societal force.
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