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Afsharniea K, Arefi M, Golbariean M. Compare the management of conflict resolution, marital satisfaction, and resilience in working mothers and unemployed. FPCEJ. 2017; 2 (2) :31-46
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1- Department of Psychology and Consulting, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran
2- MSc Counseling, Department of Psychology and Consultation, Kermanshah Unit, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah,
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Changing the traditional roles of women and growing demand for participation in different fields, has become an undeniable fact in Iranian society. The purpose of this study was to compare the management of conflict resolution, marital satisfaction, and resilience in working mothers and the unemployed in Kermanshah 91-92 school year. This study is a cause ‫ comparison and the target population consists of all employed and unemployed mothers with high school girls in Kermanshah. Morgan table that was selected using 377 randomly ‫A multi-stage The research instrument was a questionnaire conflict resolution ‫ Fisher, ‫Rocking Connor and Davidson collectibles, and marital satisfaction questionnaire. Data analyzed by statistical software SPSS -19. Comparing the data with independent T show that conflict resolution is better than working mothers were housewives were obtained Other results obtained showed ‫ twists and marital satisfaction (147.16) in working women than housewives and resiliency (88.52) In women who had more than housewives (05/0 > p). It was concluded the resiliency employment, marital satisfaction and positive impact of conflict resolution and the mothers will experience greater resiliency.

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