PUBLIC OPINION IN THE LIGHT OF MODERN MIGRATION AS THE CONDITION OF COLLECTIVE INTERACTION IN THE PROCESS OF PUBLIC PROGRESS

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List of sections: 
Theory and history of law and state, history of legal doctrines
Mounth / Year: 
2017, June
Issue of the journal: 
13
Pages: 
26-28
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

In this paper we mark out the aspects of pressing problems briefly and in our specific way. It is quite natural to say that public opinion affects the state policy, but one shouldn't forget that the state institutes are able to direct the vector of public opinion as well. The true public trends and true public opinions as to this or that question of correlation between peoples and cultures come to light in the framework of migration issues and migration policy. Modern legal society must be based on principles of law, which rejects any forms of discrimination. But it is worth saying that the forms revealing the culture of the peoples should not have aggression inside.

Keywords: 
public opinion, migration, social institutions, civil society, legal policy
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