عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The aim of the study was to compare the psychological dimension such as perceived social support, quality of life and resilience in women and men by committed crimes than common men and women.
Method: Method of the study is causal-comparative. Statistic community was included two groups. A group of women and men who committed by murder inhabited in prison of Gilan province in years 94 and 95 and the other group were ordinary men and women who had no criminal record.
The sample was consisted of 140 participants (70 women and 70 men committed by murder and ordinary men and women) who are selected non-random. The instrument used to gather data was questionnaires which were according to the World Health Organizations quality of life, Connor Davidsons resiliency and multi-dimensional perceived social support .To analyze the data, the descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (single-variable and multi-variable analysis of variance) was used. All data analysis was conducted using SPSS software 20-version.
Results: The findings of the study indicate that there is a significant difference between the quality of life, its dimension and resiliency score between the two groups. Means comparison showed that there was a high rate of committed by murder in normal individuals compared to offenders. But there only is significance difference in dimension of perceived social support important people between the two groups and there are no significant differences in other aspects. According to the findings of this study can be expressed that psychological aspects such as quality of life, resiliency and social support between the two groups is different from ordinary people and persons who committed by intentional murder. These dimensions can be considered in performing criminal penalty and the prevention of such cases.