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THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SOCIAL FUNCTION OF THE STATE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FORMATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE

Rostovshchikov Igor Victorovich

Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Theory and History of Law and State, Volgograd State University

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Oleynikova Svetlana Sergeevna

Senior Lecturer, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Volgograd Branch)

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Abstract. The article is dedicated to the problems of the evolution of social function of the state and legal status of an individual in the Russian Empire. The influence of the social activities of the state on the development of human rights is analyzed. Considered adopted in the study period the main normative acts in the social sphere and normative acts establishing human rights of the presented time period are under consideration.

Key words: functions of a state, The Russian Empire, human rights and their guarantees, legal regulation, social function of a state,developing the social function of a state.

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