JURI 510 Quiz 1

  1. The Bluebook citation method can be used as in-text citations or in footnotes.
  2. If tradition is information, then the tradition which attracts the most adherence will be the one whose information is the most persuasive.
  3. The Chthonic tradition incorporates all of the following, except:
  4. Adherents to a tradition, or a group within a tradition, constitute a local area network of information, or private cloud.
  5. Modern means of communication facilitate advocacy on a mass scale and the advent of computer technology and social media have given rise to the apparently new concept of a/an:
  6. An epistemic community is one:
  7. The most evident feature of a chthonic legal tradition is its:
  8. Western courts have never been used to affirm and protect chthonic use of land.
  9. A tradition that is oral in character can easily lend itself to complex institutions.
  10. Traditions are internally unstable. There are two sources of instability that are related to one another. What are those two types of instabilities?
  11. In order to recognize another tradition, there are threshold requirements of knowledge and understanding.
  12. The toleration of the pluralist ideal is an easy task.
  13. Tradition is a network because:
  14. According to the author of the textbook, tradition consists of three concepts. Which one of these is not a concept?
  15. The Chthonic legal tradition is profoundly conservationist.
  16. Scholarly, academic sources include all of the following, except:
  17. The chthonic tradition often incorporates which type of governing body:
  18. The citation method that is frequently used in legal documents and the method you are to use in this course is:
  19. Chthonic law is inextricably interwoven with all the beliefs of chthonic and indigenous peoples and is inevitably, and profoundly, infused with all those other beliefs.
  20. Presence of the past is a variable combination of the means of its capture, in the past, and the means of its articulation or perception in the present.
  21. Pastness is the most obvious and generally accepted element of tradition.
  22. Comparative reasoning permits and facilitates judgment.
  23. In legal writing, the opinion of the individual writing is enough—supporting authority is unnecessary.
  24. The Chthonic tradition preserves the past through:
  25. In the first chapter of the textbook, Glenn examines how tradition and corruption have often gone hand- in-hand. However, one of the main functions of a legal tradition is: