The Social Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Page No. 235 - 240

Doctrine in the Modern World: Legal Traditions and Modern Potential

Authors : I. Miroshnichenko Olga, M. Samusenko Tatiana, Gaivoronskaya Yana Vladimirovna and E. Frolova Evgenia

Abstract: This study explores doctrine as a legal category. The researcher notes the polysemy of the etymologic interpretations of this notion and identifies the main characteristics of legal doctrine and its social designation. The researcher posits a thesis that the role of doctrine as a formal legal source of law has become more important amidst globalization and integration. The researcher has come to the conclusion, through a deep and comprehensive analysis that the perception of this category differs significantly in different legal traditions.

How to cite this article:

I. Miroshnichenko Olga, M. Samusenko Tatiana, Gaivoronskaya Yana Vladimirovna and E. Frolova Evgenia, 2018. Doctrine in the Modern World: Legal Traditions and Modern Potential. The Social Sciences, 13: 235-240.

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