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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Influence of migration processes in Europe on law and legal culture of information society
1 Moscow Region State University, 10A, Radio str., 105005, Moscow, Russia,
2 Lomonosov Moscow State University, d.1, p.52, Lenin Mountains, 119234, Moscow, Russia
3 Russian State University for the Humanities, 15, Chayanova str., 125047, Moscow, Russia
4 Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, 8, Zoe and Alexander Kosmodemyanskikh str., 125993, Moscow, Russia
5 Central Russian Institute of Management, Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, 5a, Victory Boulevard, 302028, Oryol, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The relevance of research: The relevance of the problem under study is evidenced, first, by an active scientific discourse among lawyers on the impact of migration flows on modern law, and, second, by the necessity to elaborate the integral concept of legal culture in the information society. The research objective is to analyze the legal effects of migration on legal culture of European countries and to distinguish new features of legal culture that have appeared in the digital era. Research methods: The main approaches to investigation into the problem were the analysis, modeling and comparative linguistics, as well as the content analysis of the key scientific theories on legislation. To study the topic, the authors applied comparative and structural-logical approaches that allow considering the law in terms of the influence of virtual environment, where the set of new component parts is observed. Results of the research: the paper traces the process of formation of new characteristics of component parts of legal culture in the society in the age of digital economy. The authors conclude that despite a number of contradictions observed in the process of law development in European countries, new features have appeared in law and legal culture of modern Europe in the context of digital economy. According to the authors, these features are the following: the increased influence of religious views on emotional-and-figurative and logical-and-statutory aspects of legal awareness; development of antagonistic relations between native Europeans and people belonging to different religious denominations; strong discontent of those natives who want to preserve their identity, which surely affects their legal behavior. The number of administrative offences and crimes has significantly increased. All these factors negatively affect the state of legal culture of the society. The paper analyzes the key problems related to implementation of the principle of the religious right provided to refugees, and some common violations of religious and legal regulations. Practical importance: The proceedings provided in this paper may be relevant when fulfilling scientific and educational tasks on legal theory and constitutional law.
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