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1- Assistant Professor Faculty of Law,ShahidBeheshti University, Tehran, Iran
2- Master of Human Right
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The institution of family has faced important evolutions in recent decades. Transition from traditional society to modern one has caused changes in cultural and social imaginaries and structures. Recent evolutions have affected family law as well as therights of women, men and children. This article, focusing on the Bill on Family Protection, tries to study family's evolution from the sociological and legal points of views. The first section (sociological view) considers the changes as to the role and place of women, men and children in the contemporary Iranian family. In the second section (legal view), advantages and disadvantages of the Bill are reviewed with respect to the sociological evolutions. Finally, based on legal and sociological findings, we examine the conformity of the Bill on Family Protection with current family evolutions and the possibility of solving family issues and problems
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Published: 2012/10/17

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