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Percieved Impact of Violent Conflict on Emotional Adjustment of Children in Nigeria

By Institute Of African Studies, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

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This study investigated the impact of violent conflict on the emotional adjustment of children in Nigeria. Two groups of participants were involved. The first group was sixteen children from Co- educational Secondary School in Nsukka, Enugu State (8 boys and 8 girls). Twelve of these were (12-14) years, with a mean age of 13 years while the other four were two boys and two girls, age (14-16) years, with a mean age of 15 years. This group provided the preliminary information on their emotional feelings of violent conflict. The second group was 200 secondary school students from Co-educational(Urban)Secondary School in Enugu, randomly sampled on equal gender sample from junior secondary three (JSS 3, age 13-15) years and senior secondary three (SSS 3, age 16-18) years with mean age of 14 years and 17 years respectively. The results showed that there was significant relationship between violent conflict and emotional adjustment of children r=.88 P<.001.
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