Narrativas en la enseñanza del derecho : un estudio de caso
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This article suggests that the use of narratives in the teaching of law, and particularly of comparative law (due to its intercultural component) provides elements to ensure the effective learning of the subject. To prove his hypothesis, the author explores the relationship between the telling of stories and the acquisition of intercultural and, especially, legal skills, as well as the results of a questionnaire implemented over the course of an academic semester with a group of students of the course in Comparative Law given by the author. The purpose of this questionnaire was to establish in-dividual and collective perceptions of the different chapters of the book Un gran viaje: manual de derecho comparado (A great journey; a manual of comparative law), which uses a narrative to impart the legal knowledge contained in the Comparative Law course forming part of the Bachelor's Degree in Law.