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The purpose of this study is to explore the distinct and concurrentimpacts of social and cultural capitals onwomen and girls encountering unethical behaviors. The main hypothesis was that the more women possess these two capitals, the lesser their encounter with immortal behaviors would be. The research population consisted of all female university students in five general academic groups in Roudehen and Tehran universities. At the time of data collection, the participants had spent at least two semesters at the due universities. For testing the research hypothesis, around 420 students of Roudehen and Tehran Universities were selected through stratifiedsampling. A "structured researcher-made" questionnaire was used for eliciting the students' responses concerning the rate of "encountering ethical crimes" and their possession of social and cultural capitals during"a certain period of time". The results of the research hypothesis show that despite the direct relationship between possession of social capitals and cultural capitals, there exists a mysterious relationship between cultural capital and encountering unethical behaviors in a way that more possession of social capitals prevents women from encountering unethical behaviors, and more possession of cultural capitals facilitates the encounter of university girls and women with unethical behaviors.