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Noroozi G, Dehghani H, Abassi A. Citizenship Rights of People with Disabilities in Accessible Tourism Comparative Comparison of Barcelona and Isfahan. MLJ 2020; 14 (52) :163-189
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-891-en.html
1- Faculty of Administrative Sciences and Economics, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
2- department of social sciences, Faculty of Humanities, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran. (Corresponding author)
3- University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
Abstract:  
In the social model, disability is a type of phenomenon stemming from the socio-political structure that results from social approaches, the way of thinking, and the physical environment of individuals. In the medical model, it is based on the separation of persons with disabilities from the capable or capable society, and in the civil rights model, in addition to the social approaches, the emphasis is on the concept of right, and thus bringing the concept of disability closer to other elements known as human identity elements.
The present research is a documentary and library research method and compares the tourism status available for disabled people between two adoptive adopters of Isfahan and Barcelona by examining six valid international documents and twenty three scientific-research articles. The results show that in comparison to the two metropolises of Isfahan and Barcelona, the metropolis of Isfahan, despite its high tourism potentials and capacities, has not achieved much success in becoming a "accessible city for all" The most important issue compared to the city of Barcelona is the inadequate tourism infrastructure for disabled people. Considering that the most important factors and criteria for Spain's success in leading tourism projects have been made available and with a socio-legal and medical approach, the present study concluded that laws and policies, availability of facilities and equipment, hospitals, accessibility Information, terminals, transport stations, accommodations, historical and tourist sites and buildings have been the focus of much attention by Barcelona's urban managers. Barcelona has taken fundamental steps to achieve public access, which can serve as a model for achieving the transformation of Esfahan into a publicly accessible city.

 
Please cite this article as: Noroozi GH, Dehghani H, Abassi A. Citizenship Rights of People with Disabilities in Accessible Tourism: Comparative Comparison of Barcelona and Isfahan. Iran J Med Law 2020; 14(52): 183-209.
 
Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: General
Received: 2018/11/16 | Accepted: 2019/09/7

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