Gül, Cengiz; İzcı, Ferit
September 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2004, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p299
Academic Journal
Depending on some assumptions, a survey study on the concept of law state was conducted, and the results of which were evaluated using an analytical method. Before the empricial analysis was undertaken, the historicial process of how law state concept developed was explained. When preparing the survey, the concept of law state was categorized based on theory, then questions regarding these categories were generated. The results of the survey were presented in 17 tables, then within and across table results were discussed.


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