|Title:||The nature of the legal impact and its role in the formation and institutionalization of national interests in the state from psychological perspective|
|Authors:||Belyaev, V. P.|
Turanin, V. Yu.
Palekha, R. R.
Bidova, B. B.
Belousova, K. A.
theory of law
institutionalization of national interests
threats to national interests
|Citation:||The nature of the legal impact and its role in the formation and institutionalization of national interests in the state from psychological perspective / V.P. Belyaev [et al.] // Turismo: Estudos & Práticas. - 2020. - Caderno supl. 2. - P. 1-5. - Refer.: р. 4-5. - URL: https://geplat.com/rtep/index.php/tourism/issue/view/28|
|Abstract:||This article is devoted to the analysis of the nature of legal influence and its role in the formation and institutionalization of national interests in the state. It is established that the national interests of various states are diverse and, moreover, often do not have common points of contact, however, to a large extent, their formation and further institutionalization occurs under the influence of law and other socio-legal norms and values|
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