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This study focuses on the sense of political justice and examines its determinants among the university students who are considered as the third generation of the revolution. Theoretically, this study is primarily based on the theory of political equality developed by Coleman. It also partly uses the theories of political socialization and social psychology in order to develop the research hypotheses.
The discussion of this article is based on a survey which includes 370 students of the Yazd University who have been chosen on the basis of multi-stage cluster sampling. According to the research findings, the sense of political justice of 93 percent of respondents is less than middle level. Further, the results show that religiosity has the strongest effect on the sense of political justice (with standardized regression coefficient of 0/476). Also, the sense of political justice is significantly associated with ideological bias (with standardized regression coefficient of 0/25). In sum, the independent variables of this study could explain about 39 percent of the variation in the sense of political justice.