Social justice is the largest and most important form of justice to most societies. It entails the act of setting up a system of laws established by the society itself, and then having officials enforce the laws. Social justice is usually influenced by the dominant religion and governmental group.This is usually a major benefit to the people because it establishes an ethical code of conduct for the masses. Through social justice everyone knows what's right and wrong according to their peers, and they will be able to understand the disciplinary action that will be placed on them if they go against those laws.The major problem with this system of justice is that it allows the majority to create the terms of justice and the ethics of the minorities will usually be treated as less important, or completely ignored. This can be seen in many societies with controversial issues. Euthanasia is a good example. The majority may think it euthanasia is wrong and pass laws punishing those who assist others in suicide. These laws are viewed as ethically correct to the masses, however for the few who think that euthanasia is an acceptable practice, they are now considered wrong. Thus, social justice is for some and not for others.