The issue of developing legal consciousness of the population in contemporary Ukrainian community (example of rural inhabitants)
The purpose of the study is to consider the procedure of developing legal consciousness of rural inhabitants, as the development of legal culture, education of of rural residents is one of the priorities of the State and society. Methodology. The following methods are applied in the course of the study: dialectical, logical, hermeneutic, synergetic, analysis, axiological, logical, systematic, summarizing. Results of the research. It is established that legal awareness is one of the forms of public consciousness with certain features. Developing sense of justice of rural residents occurs in the process of socialization at several levels. Practical meaning. It is proven that the process of developing legal consciousness should begin with family upbringing and continue at school. The development of legal awareness takes place in the very process of personal development, when a child gradually becomes a student, i.e. a person who changes and improves himself (herself). Value / originality. The need to adopt a program aimed at forming general knowing of law and legal culture of rural residents at the State level is substantiated.
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