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This article is extracted from a research which is conducted between 2006 (proposal, explanatory studies, theoretical and empirical literature) and 2007 (data collection and analysis). The researchers were confronted with two main questions: firstly, what is the situation of the statistical population (teachers of Zanjan city) on the injustice scale? Secondly, which variables among belonging affection, deprivation perception, in-organizational justice, job prestige, region of residency and educational level, are significantly correlated with injustice affection and which one has stronger correlation? Theoretical basics for developing a multivariate hypothesis were two theoretical approaches: exchange theory and relative deprivation theory. In addition, the empirical literature has had a role in entering some variables into the hypothesized model. The research method is survey in which 271 cases out of 1525 teachers who were working in Zanjan city during the research period were interviewed based on a quota sampling design and by the usage of valid and reliable questionnaire. All sample cases were classified into three groups who have injustice affection, justice affection and moderate status. The results show that about 91%, 5%, and 2% were classified into the mentioned three groups respectively. Others could not be classified because of inaccurate responses to questions. The estimation of the global goodness-of-fit indices and the structural and measurement coefficients totally confirmed the model, although there are some recommendations for modification of the hypothesized model.