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  1. AmeenaHassan
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    "by which"

    The law is considered a mechanism by which social and moral behaviours are enforced.
    The world " which " refer to what ? The law or the mechanism?


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    Re: "by which"

    Quote Originally Posted by AmeenaHassan View Post
    The law is considered a mechanism by which social and moral behaviours are enforced.
    The world " which " refer to what ? The law or the mechanism?
    it refers to 'mechanism called law'. so the stress is on mechanism.
    "a mechanism which is used to enforce blah blah blah"

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