The social problems of returning IDPs "A comparative field study between Mosul and Ramadi»
Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities,
2020, Volume 2020, Issue 2, Pages 61-119
AbstractThe research aims to identify the causes of displacement from the cities of Ramadi and Mosul and to identify the similarities and differences in the social, economic, educational and other problems faced by the returnees to the cities of Ramadi and Mosul. The researchers used the methods of social survey and comparative approach. Part of the research community, namely, the interview, the observation and the questionnaire, and was based on the "non-probabilistic" sample of 200 displaced persons returning to Mosul and 200 displaced persons returning to Ramadi. The researchers found several results, the most important of which is that there is a similarity between the displaced in the reasons of their displacement between the two cities, in order to feel safe and with many problems, including: the inability to adapt, the cost of rent allowances, begging, homelessness, alcohol and drug addiction, Family relations, the spread of epidemics, diseases, etc., and distrust of the central government in achieving security. However, there have been many differences in the problems experienced by the returnees, the difference of sectarian, demographic, tribal and other nature between the two cities.
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