LEGAL TERMINOLOGY PHENOMENON IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN LEGAL SYSTEM EVOLUTION

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Vladislav Yu. Turanin
Evgenii E. Tonkov
Irina A. Kuprieva
Lyubov A. Pozharova
Neonila A. Turanina

Keywords

legal terminology, the legal system, legal terminological system, legal rules, laws and regulations, evolution, continuity, differentiation

Abstract

Purpose: This study aimed to determine the legal terminology phenomenon in the context of modern legal system evolution.


Methodology: In the present research different general scientific methods and ways of logical cognition are used. Analysis and synthesis methods were applied for the studying purpose of legal terminology entity and also its conversion to a legal terminological system.


Result: On the basis of the Russian legal system periodization stages of the legal terminological system forming were marked out. In the present context the attention to logical and legal circumstances that directly influence emergence of legal terms is paid. These terms serve as premises for legal terminological systems appearing: need to express an entity of the new legal phenomenon or process; need for its language denomination, visualization, and, respectively, systematic conversion of a legal idea to legal standard. Evolution features of a legal terminological system in terms of its consecutive change occurring under the influence of two factors are investigated: terminological continuity and differentiation.


Applications: This research can be used for the universities, teachers and education students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the legal terminology phenomenon in the context of modern legal system evolution is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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