Integration of Chinese State Law and Folk Law

Jie LI

Abstract


Folk law has been playing an Important role In Chinese thousands of years history and culture.In the process of the rule of law in China,China pays too much attention to western legal culture rather than China's national conditions,which resluts in the fact that it is difficult for state law to go to the countryside and folk law can not play its due role in building the rule of law effectively. This paper analyzes why state law system in rural areas is difficult to be carried out in-depth from theory aspect and practical aspect.And then proposes approaches of integration for state law and folk law,so as to better facilitate the process of the rule of law.
Key words: Folk Law; Rural Society; State Law

Resumé: Le droit populaire a joué un rôle important dans l'histoire et la culture chinoises. Dans le processus de la construction du règne de la loi en Chine, la Chine accorde trop d'attention à la culture juridique occidentale plutôt qu'aux conditions nationales de la Chine, ce qui reslute dans le fait qu'il est difficile d'appliquer le droit de l'Etat à la campagne et que le droit populaire ne peut pas jouer son rôle dans la construction d'un règne de droit efficace. Cet article analyse pourquoi le système de loi de l'Etat dans les zones rurales est difficile à être réalisé en profondeur à partir des aspects théoriques et pratiques. Il propose ensuite des approches de l'intégration pour le droit de l'état et le droit populaire, afin de mieux faciliter le processus de l’élaboration du règne de la loi.
Mots-clés: Droit Populaire; Société Rurale; Droit De L'état

Keywords


Folk Law; Rural Society; State Law; Droit Populaire; Société Rurale; Droit De L'état

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020110702.033

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