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kazemi rezai V, KarbalaeiEsmaeil E, Perzadeh H, Afrookhte G, Rezai R. Comparison of the resilience and religiosity in employed women and homemakers. FPCEJ. 2017; 3 (1) :57-74
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1- Ph.D Student Ph.D student of psychology, islamic azad university of kermanshah,Kermanshah, Iran
2- Masters M.A Student of consultation and guidance, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran , Ensiesmaeili@yahoo.com
3- Masters M.A of Family consultation, kharazmi University
4- Bacholar Bacholar of consultation and guidance, farhangian University of ilam
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One of the developments of social life in the new age is the changes in the lives of women. The employment of women however, among these developments, has a special role and role due to its concrete effects on the social and individual scene. The aim of this study was to investigate and compare religious and family resilience among employment and unemployed women in Karaj city. This study was a causal-comparative design. The target population consisted of all female elementary school teachers and homemakers that living in Karaj city in 1395. Multi-stage cluster sampling method was used. Data were collected with Connor- Davidson Resilience Scale (2003) and Glock- Stark religiosity questionnaire (1965). T-test was used to data analyze. Two independent T test results showed that there are significant differences in teachers and unemployed women on religion and family resiliency; this means that teacher's women are higher than unemployed women in religious(P<0/01, T= 3/09) and family resilience(P<0/05, T= 1/98). It can conclude that religiosity and resilience help people to cope with their problems and to maintain their mental health and thus feel less stress in their lives and relationships.

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