I believe the word you are looking for is satire.
To know which campaign behavior would be against current law a person would need to know what the behaviors are. Without knowing what the behavior choices are it is difficult to know the correct answer.
Magistrate is the correct answer. Moral is something totally different and Majesty was only used for the king.
You forgot to add the choices you were given. But if any of the answers says: "the mining industry", that's the correct answer. Apex answer: Fueling factories using something other than wood
Proceeded is the correct spelling of proceeded.
This question is too vague...What type of social situation are you referring to? "proper social behavior" would be a manner of behavior accepted as correct by most resonable people.
You might want to say that a person or an experience influenced your behavior.
That is the correct spelling of "ridicules" (makes fun of). The adjective form of the word is "ridiculous" (absurd, silly).
That is the correct spelling of the word "literature".
Discipline is usually used to correct wrong behavior. Punishment is to stop someone from doing something that they are not supposed to do again.
Noun - the action or process of changing something wrong into the right thing or form; a change that makes something true or accurate; the act of punishing and changing the behavior of people who have broken the law or rules
Socially correct behavior.
'She made a cry' is technically correct, though it sounds a bit archaic to an American ear, like something out of 19th century literature. We would normally say 'she cried out' or 'she yelled' instead.
Laws exist in nature and can be discovered. Theories are attempts to explain something (such as the behavior of something in a specific situation) Hypotheses are suggestions which hopefully can be tested and if proved correct could become theory.
The correct spelling of the word is behavior (activities, or deportment).