An Analysis of Researches Related to War Victim Children

Erkan Efilti, Selva Kala


The research aims to analyze research related to children who are war victims. In the research, the literature review model is used. Data are collected from the article on the internet sites included of Google scholar, Springer. The obtained studies were evaluated according to the gender of the researchers, the research methods used, the data collection techniques, the study groups, the results of the studies, and their recommendations. According to the results of the research, the researchers’ genders distribution is equal. According of research methods the qualitative researches add up to the quantitative studies. The majority of the data collection tools in the researches are a literature review, and the majority of the study groups are literature reviews. According to the analysis of the results of the inspected studies, the war has an impact on post-traumatic stress disorder, psychological health, and physical conditions (deprivation of education, hunger, lack of clothing). According to the analysis of the recommendations of the inspected research, these are reached the end of recommendations such as providing psychological support (rehabilitation programs, counseling, e-treatments), universally fulfilling the physical and emotional (education, community education, social mobilization) necessities of children who are victims of war, more effective granting of child's rights for children who are victims of war, developing appropriate treatment programs for child victims of war, announcing and understanding the experiences of war victims.

Keywords: war, victim, child, war victims

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/12-20-06

Publication date:October 31st 2022

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