Methods on the Construction of Traffic Law Discipline

Zhiwen ZHANG, Ke GONG

Abstract


The research method is one of the key elements of discipline construction. Traffic Law can become an independent discipline system because of the determination of the method. The value analysis method which purport is fairness and justice, the specification analysis methods which’s clue is rights and obligations, the social analysis methods and the comprehensive study are the basic four methods for building traffic Law.


Keywords


Traffic law; Method determined; Discipline construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4922

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