This book tackles a socio-cultural investigation on the position of women moving from the west in general to Morocco in particular. Its purpose is to check on Moroccans’ attitudes towards the application of the new family code of 2004 in relation to under-aged married girls and other issues respectively like marriage, divorce, child custody, and polygamy. The major purpose behind it, is to explore whether the outcomes of the new family code of 2004 are applied in the Moroccan society.
Dr. Rym Asserraji obtained the doctorate degree in aesthetics and human sciences in 2013 at the faculty of Letters and Human Sciences, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah university, Dhar EL Mehraz, Fez, Morocco. She has been teaching English since 2010. Her areas of interests are: sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, cultural studies, gender studies etc.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
The new family code of 2004 (mudawana), Women, Morocco, Marriage, divorce, arranged-marriage, Domestic Violence, Illiteracy, Mentality, under-aged marriage
LAW / Domestic Relations / General