Every student is supposed to choose 3 subjects among the 8 subjects divided in Max Weber's definition about rights
   (refer to the below)
  The students who choose the same subject will be the members of one team, and the team will do research and make presentation with those key words given below in mind.
  The groupworks will go on through the whole semester.

   * Every subject has key words to help students to do  research and prepare presentation.


    Between the parties
Based on social contracts 
    *Sociology, Political Science  
    Even if not exercised, still your right is there. 
      - What does it mean?
What is the power?
- Think that the word 'power' has the same roots with the word 'potential'.
If the ruler exercises power excessively, what will happen?
          : 'Efficient exercise of  Power'
    *Political Science  
    Utility: What is utility?
Basic assumption in Economics: 
            'Maximization of individual utilities'
    Not public goods!
What is free market system?
What is price mechanism? : 'Invisible Hand'
What is public goods?
Price mechanism works well with public goods? 

           If not, why?

           What is the solution?  : 'Public Hand'
           Subsequent problem  : 'Government failure'


    Spiritual interest:
Right of Privacy
Right of Speech 
Right of Assembly
Right of Religion 
Right of Abortion  
    Material interest:
Right to own property 

    Intellectual Property Right

              *Law: Fundamental Rights
     Modern Concept of Law

      Not personally, not arbitrarily
           Rule by law: not Rule by person
            Principles of legality

What is the traditional concept in Korean legal system?
     Why this is fundamental in society?
In the history of democratic evolution, what class came up with this? :


          *Political science, History
    Legitimacy of Government
     Guarantee peace and order
     Guarantee protection against outside enemy
     Promote welfare -> Guarantee the welfare
    Historical changes in the meaning of Freedom
     Freedom from restraint
≧Freedom to do anything
≧Freedom guaranteed (made, or manipulated?) by the government

           *Political science, Evolution of Law

  Subjects about Negotiation skills can be added if possible, 
as I got feedbacks from students that this subject is most helpful and practical.