Legal Laws and the Structure of Education and Their Symbols in the Tatar Language

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Damir Haydarovich Husnutdinov
Ramilya Kamilovna Sagdieva
Ramil Hamitovich Mirzagitov
Gaukhar Kinayatovna Rakhimbayeva


A systematic review and analysis of legal sources has led to the formulation of a set of principles under the title of principles of student rights in the country's legal system. These principles are extracted based on the amount of citations in the studied legal sources in the three categories specified in the official laws (including access to free education, physical training facilities and access to higher education), approved in the official laws (including social security, freedom to choose the type and method of education, raising the level of knowledge and public awareness, teaching in the mother tongue, academic security, having equal rights and freedom of political and socio-cultural activities) and specified in the education laws (including the cultivation of artistic creations, promotion of suitable facilities and opportunities for free time, academic guidance and facilitation of educational conditions for children with special needs) have been classified. Among these, the rules governing the language of education and its symbols deserve attention. The numeral in a language is a coherent and social peculiarity in world culture, the investigation of which in the public language and in ethnic culture makes it conceivable to decide the reasonable qualities, explicit elements of the connection among language and culture. The answer for the issue of recognizing and portraying the substance of an ethnolexeme with a mathematical part, where the number contains rich etymological semantics and social imagery, comes up short. The reason for the article is to portray the lexical and semantic qualities of mathematical images in the Tatar language in the linguoculturological viewpoint. Understanding the world through the crystal of numbers, the examination of imagery will permit us to dissect the particulars of their perspective, better grasp the laws of humankind innate in lexical semantics, lay out the association among language and culture, consider and underscore the genuine meaning of numerals in diachronic and coordinated viewpoints.

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Husnutdinov, D. H. ., Sagdieva, R. K., Mirzagitov, R. H. ., & Rakhimbayeva, G. K. . (2022). Legal Laws and the Structure of Education and Their Symbols in the Tatar Language. BiLD Law Journal, 7(4s), 531–535. Retrieved from (Original work published January 4, 2023)