Background Analysis of Traffic Law Discipline Construction

Zhiwen ZHANG

Abstract


The construction of traffic law disciplines can not go beyond the actual conditions of the current economic and social development. It has become the No.1 problem to be solved that what development path on earth the analysis and exploration of this kind of reality can provide the development of traffic law disciplines with, when it comes to the construction of the subject. It should be mentioned that the fast developing transportation industry offers soil to the rise of traffic law disciplines; multiple traffic rules engender the sparkles of the rise of traffic law disciplines; universities with apparent transportation industry backgrounds boosted the fusion of traffic and law.

Key words: Traffic law disciplines; Discipline construction; Background analysis


Keywords


Traffic law disciplines; Discipline construction; Background analysis

References


HAN, Yanlong (1998). Legal History of the People’s Republic of China. Beijing: Party School of the CPC Central Committee.

LIN, Yiye (2000). China Ancient Ground Transportation. Beijing: China Cartographic Pressing House.

ZHANG, Zhuting (2003). Introduction to Traffic Laws and Regulations. Beijing: China Communications Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720120806.3011

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