Brief Sequences from the Serbian Legal History
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Brief Sequences from the Serbian Legal History in light of Communicological Principles

Author(s): Nebojša Ranđelović, Predrag Jelenković
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, History of Law
Published by: Правни факултет Универзитета у Нишу
Keywords: communicology; communication; communication strategy; constitutions; tradition; law; history

Summary/Abstract: New scientific disciplines dealing with the attainments and the pests of the modern civilization pose a practical question whether traditional categories may apply in their context. The founders and theoreticians of communicology addressed this question by placing communicology within the historical framework. The interdisciplinary nature of communicology provides ample opportunity for observing brief sequences from specific historical periods and disciplines, including the Serbian legal history. In this article, the authors provide a sequence of brief segments from the Serbian legal history (including: the 1869 Constitution of the Kingdom of Serbia, the 1888 Constitution of the Kingdom of Serbia and a number of other examples illustrating different forms of mass communication applied in significant political processes underlying the historical development of Serbia), which are considered from the aspect of the communicological theory and principles. The provided analysis is certainly not intended to provide absolute answers or definite conclusions on the processes which have been observed from the communicological standpoint but this analysis maybe used as an indicator how tradition may be placed in context of new scientific disciplines.

  • Issue Year: LXII/2012
  • Issue No: 62
  • Page Range: 235-243
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Serbian