Subjective legitimation of legal norms as a factor of ethnic self-consciousness development

Шмиглюк, О. Г. and Гавриловська, К. П. (2017) Subjective legitimation of legal norms as a factor of ethnic self-consciousness development. Studia politologica Ucraino-Polona (7). pp. 129-137. ISSN 2312-8933

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Abstract

The article analyzes the issue of the subjective legitimation of legal norms in interrelation with ethnic self-consciousness of Ukrainians. The formation of ethnic self-consciousness is limited by the state coordinates. Formal and informal rules of human activity is the context in which ethnic stereotypes, traditions, norms of behavior are formed. A special role in this process is played by non-official legal norms. This so-called "Сommon Law" is rooted in the everyday life of each ethnic group. Actually, informal knowledge of the legal norms is a kind of the "marker" that allows members of a particular ethnic group to distinguish proxy allies Usually, the person tries to assimilate the indigenous ethnic group in the process of self-realization is more focused on the formal right, the "letter of the law." Instead, the common law often contradicts formal law offering shorter (unfortunately, not always completely eligible) ways to achieve planned results (we can see it in politics, business, etc. - when members of other ethnic groups achieved great success at home, but cannot realize their ambitions in our area because of lack of understanding, which is the "spirit of the law", which values are represented). Indeed, the common law is the leader of ethnic self-consciousness, as it is manifested in such essential attribute of every ethnic group as proverbs and sayings. There are levels of the subjective legitimacy of the state legal system in the consciousness of the personality such as legal nihilism, legal relativism, legal rigorism.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: ethnic self-consciousness, subjective legitimation of legal norms, legal rigorism, legal relativism, legal nihilism. етнічна самосвідомість
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Socio-Psychological > Department of Theoretical and Practical Psychology
Depositing User: Оксана Геннадіївна Шмиглюк
Date Deposited: 14 Jun 2018 11:43
Last Modified: 14 Jun 2018 11:53
URI: http://eprints.zu.edu.ua/id/eprint/27167

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