Forensic psychology and Islamic jurisprudence
Source of Publication
Mental Health, Religion and Culture
© 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Islamic jurisprudence is the most widely used system of religious law in the world today. However, how forensic psychology may operate within this system has been largely unexplored. The current review sets out to explore the relationship between Islamic jurisprudence and forensic psychology by examining the Islamic legal concepts of evidence, competence, insanity, psychological disorder and intellectual disability and their implications for forensic practice. Also discussed are the potential barriers to forensic psychological practice in countries using a system of Islamic law.
forensic psychology, Islam, mental health, sharia
Grey, Ian; AlMazrouei, Amraim; Thomas, Justin; and Randall, Patrick, "Forensic psychology and Islamic jurisprudence" (2018). All Works. 1712.
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