Research on the Causes of Marginal People’s Phenomenon in the Ordinary Constitutional Jurisprudence’s Classroom of College

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Abstract

To keep ruling the county by Law is premised on ruling the county by Constitution. The constitutional jurisprudence is a very important course for students who major in Law and Public Administration. However, a phenomenon appears that there are the marginal people in our ordinary constitutional jurisprudence’s classroom. Through our analysis, it is found that many reasons lead to this phenomenon and the main reasons include the internal and external reason. The internal reason refers to the problems of students’ cognitive and learning ability and so on; the external reason is the constitutional jurisprudence’s characters, the teacher’s conservative view, inactive classroom atmosphere and so on.

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Yang, Y. (2015) Research on the Causes of Marginal People’s Phenomenon in the Ordinary Constitutional Jurisprudence’s Classroom of College. Advances in Applied Sociology, 5, 286-290. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2015.511027.

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