Viche 2014 23

23, 2014

Civic Decency: Moral and Legal Components

Current transformation processes in Ukraine are noted to set a number of important tasks regarding formation of a conscious personality before the state, its civil society, and legal science. Scientific analysis of the concept of civic decency based on consideration of its moral and legal components is made. Practical recommendations to achieve the required level of civic decency are given. A separate vector of the research is directed to study of legal accomplishment, in particular, its effectiveness in the context of legal action. Conclusion on the need for implementation of proper legal education in Ukraine is made, as well as its main tasks under current conditions are identified.
Keywords: civic decency, morality, civil society, law, legal education, legal accomplishment.


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