Researches on Modern Chinese Students Who Studied Law and Politics in Japan and Modernization of Zhili Province Legal and Political Education

Guofu FAN

Abstract


Modern Chinese students who studied law and politics in Japan have played an important role in promoting the modernization of Zhili Province legal and political education as well as China’s legal and political education. Based on this, the paper focuses on the spread of modern legal and political educational concepts, modern legal and political theories, writings and the introduction of modern legal and political ideas, etc., makes objective and realistic analysis in order to correctly understand and evaluate the historical status and influences that modern Chinese students in promoting the modernization of Zhili Province legal and political education as well as china’s legal and political education.

Keywords


Modern times; Students who had studied in Japan; Zhili province; Modernization of legal and political education

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