The Impacts of Conflict Causing Factors and Afghan War on-Campus World, and their Resolutions at Kandahar University, Afghanistan: Students Prospective
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Research Paper | Peace and Conflict Studies | Afghanistan | Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

The Impacts of Conflict Causing Factors and Afghan War on-Campus World, and their Resolutions at Kandahar University, Afghanistan: Students Prospective

Attiqullah Ayaz

Verbal, dialectical, and even physical conflicts are common phenomenon in a society, and it is significantly more common in campus world because controversies and variations in thoughts of students are the biggest manners, that is why they are at the same stages, having share resources, and more often students staying together rather than their families. In the literature, a huge amount of factors that cause students conflict have been cited, even with tremendous amount of conflict resolutions elements, but in this research, instead of those common factors, some new factors that cause students-students conflict are tortures, war, revenge, plead guilty, and imitation clips in social media, including with some other aspects have been focused in this research to determine their potentials on behalf of conflict, and disagreement. The instruments distributed to almost 252 student participants at Kandahar university that has almost 8, 000 students only at day shift, which 1 per 10 is gender proportion, that is why 96 female students as respondents were quite tough work, and more than 75 percent students were only seniors and juniors among them a few interested students were shared their personal experiences in some vast messages within reply of open-ended question in instruments. The results indicate that the dialogues, weak communications skills, talk about politics especially on the current battle status of Afghanistan, much more joking and bullying of students, and wiled (tortures, acts of revenge, war, plead guilty) clips in social media are the major causes of students-students conflict at Kandahar University campus. In contrast, peer mediation, meeting to consoler, peace and conflict resolutions subject in the curriculum, and teachers-students combine conferences were the major recommendation for predictable national peace and campuses peace.

Keywords: Students, conflicts, Afghan ware, resolutions, and Kandahar University

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

Pages: 1612 - 1617

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Attiqullah Ayaz, "The Impacts of Conflict Causing Factors and Afghan War on-Campus World, and their Resolutions at Kandahar University, Afghanistan: Students Prospective", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20217143318, Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020, 1612 - 1617

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