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A Qualitative Assessment of the Influence of Power, Subjectivity and Discourse on Judges' Access to Justice in Iran's Criminal Justice System

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posted on 24.08.2020 by farzaneh vahed, shahla moazami

I have not come across a paper that deals with access to criminal justice for women’s with postmodern feminist criminology view. We conducted Library study and field research between women who enter the criminal justice system as judges and employees and came up and they face inequalities in the criminal justice system because of the dominance of discourse, subjectivity and masculine power.

I feel that this article will be the beginning of further research in the field of women and the analysis of masculine concepts in the criminal justice system.


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feminist criminology

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sshahlamozami@gmail.com

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Iran

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