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Taheri A, Ghasemi V, Kianpour M. The Relationship between Special privileges of Martyrs’ and Veterans’ Children and Perceived Social Justice (The Case of Isfahan City). refahj. 2015; 15 (59) :252-221
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Introduction: In our society one of the sensitive social issues which is tied to the topic of social justice is the special privileges and benefits that children of martyrs and veterans receive to compensate for the loss of their fathers. This research is done with the purpose of analyzing the relationship between these special privileges and perceived social justice.

Method: The method of the present research is quantitative (survey) and research tools are Rasinski’s social justice questionnaire (1987) and a researcher-made questionnaire. This is a correlation study conducted on 310 members of martyrs’ families in Isfahan city and ordinary citizens between the ages of 20-25 years old, selected using quota sampling method.

Findings: There is a positive and significant relationship between special privileges and perceived social justice in the sense of increase or decrease any independent variables influence perceived social justice. Also, children of martyrs have more positive attitude towards special privileges compared with ordinary subjects.

Discussion: Ordinary people think that special privileges in areas such as education, health and welfare for martyrs' and veterans' children is legitimate and righteous. However, when it comes to job offers by the government they become suspicious.

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Received: 2016/03/5 | Accepted: 2016/03/5 | Published: 2016/03/5

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