عنوان مقاله [English]
Background: Paraphilia as a complicated, multidimensional obscure phenomenon is spreading in the Iranian society, and has attracted much attention in recent years. Methods: Social and cultural organizations and institutions are forced to take measures in order to control such phenomenon. Their efforts will be influential only if there is a deep and correct cognition about this social harm. This study was an attempt in the etiology of the different types of paraphilia in women and the identification of strategies to prevent them using mixed research method (qualitative and quantitative). In the qualitative phase, interviews were carried out with paraphilic hairdresser women using phenomenology, and in the coding part, using Colaizzi strategy, the main categories and the subcategories of the factors influencing paraphilia in women were extracted.For the analysis of the quantitative data, the confirmatory factor analysis method, and the SPSS 22 software were used.Results: The results of the qualitative and the quantitative parts of the study showed that the main factors causing paraphilia in hairdresser women could be put under five categories including “family factors”, “individual factors”, “financial (economic) factors”, “cultural factors”, and “social factors”.