The relative deprivation theory, the theory of social change, and cultureâ€™s constraints model have been utilized in this study. The purpose of this study was to invent the Perceived Civil Rights Scale (PCRS) in an Iranian sample. Participants consisted of 400 adults; Fars province, Iran. A demographic questionnaire and the Perceived Civil Rights Scale (PCRS) were used in this study. An explanatory factor analysis indicated that the ten factors of the PCRS were valid and reliable. These factors are: 1) Life Quality and Security, 2) Free Information Access and Active Participation, 3) Personal Space, 4) Personal Freedom, 5) Cultural Support and Freedom, 6) Personal Growth and Ownership, 7) Responsive Government, 8) Integrative National Identity, 9) Sociocultural Fortification, and 10) Free Confession and Testimony. The reliability of all subscales was ranged .84 to .93 using Cronbachâ€™s alpha.