Access to justice in Iran : women, perceptions, and reality
- Sahar Maranlou.
- New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
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- xii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Maranlou, Sahar, 1974- author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-251) and index.
- Access to justice perspectives : a conceptual analysis
- The system of justice in Iran
- Barriers in the path to justice
- Access of women to justice and legal
- Methodology : how to measure access to justice
- Women's perceptions of access to justice.
This book offers a critical and in-depth analysis of access to justice from international and Islamic perspectives. Existing Western models have highlighted the mechanisms by which individuals can access justice; however, access to justice incorporates various conceptions of justice and of its users. This book evaluates the historical development of the justice sector in Iran and discusses issues including the performance of the justice sector, judicial independence, efficiency and accessibility, and normative protection, together with an analysis of barriers. It explores the legal empowerment of users, with a specific focus on women, and presents the findings of a survey study on the perceptions of Iranian women. This study is designed to focus on women's basic legal knowledge, their familiarity with legal procedure, perceptions of cultural barriers, issues that influence their preference for mechanisms of formal or alternative dispute solutions, and their level of satisfaction with their chosen courses of action.
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