Law and justice in simple Society. Radcliffe brown, hoebel work.
Radcliffe brown. Some societies have no law but have customs which are supported by sanctions. Diffused or organised as per RB.
Hoebel. a social norm is legal if its neglect is regularly met by application of force by an individual or group possessing socially recognised privilege of acting as such.
Gluckman. In societies without quotes there is rules of law not legal rules.
Formal. Law, legislation, military, education, political
Informal control. Public opinion, sympathy, normal values religion fashion modality folkways.
Agencies of social control. Law, state, education, folkways, family, religion and opinion.
Primitive laws are based on kinship mostly. internal and external problems are dealt with in group. Clan elders possess right to punish and settle disputes. Public opinion is shared by all all and based on this opinion decision is made. Do not differentiate between public and private wrong.
Primary. Immediate. Approved behaviour and disapproved behaviour. It can be organised or diffused. Sanctions come from supernatural forces.
Positive sanction. Ao Naga - headhunting brings higher position.