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  1. Design
  2. Participants
  3. Materials
  4. Procedure
  5. Results

It is traumatizing to become a refugee, not in the sense of insane, frantic or deranged, but in terms of feeling out of place, misplaced or a being cast off. The identity of refugee is narrowed to an Immigrant, delineated by the term category. The reality of a refugee is inverted the moment he/she crosses the border, regarded as undesired, unknown and in their mind, their original home is an image. South Sudan, Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Somalia are some of the countries in the world that are yet to know peace. For more than two decades, Afghans have not experienced peace and have accounted the largest number of displaced persons across the globe.

[...] The collected data is then reviewed to bring out repeated ideas, elements, or concepts. These elements, ideas, or concepts are then tagged with codes in order to analyse the data using quantitative data analysis methods. Unlike the traditional research models, this study does not rely on any existing theoretical framework (Allan, 2003). Through structural manner both qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques were used in the collection of data. The literature adopted was used as the basis and a theoretical framework guiding the study. [...]

[...] Both qualitative and quantitative data was used here. The two were used together to help in enhancing the level of subjectivity and objectivity of the study. Participants A total of eight male, native afghan refugees, currently living in Malmo, Sweden's third largest city. They were approached at the of the age 18-22 year participated in the study. They had a mean age of 19.50 with a standard deviation of These participants were corporative and even answered some of the complicated questions. [...]

[...] Results From the data collected it was possible to formulate various statistics using SPSS computer program. The SPSS was used to analyse the qualitative results after coding. The coded data is presented in table 1 as follows: Table 1 Coding Qualitative Results (For the qualitative questionnaire results, see Appendix A). For a quantitative tabulation, the actual values for the coded responses would be as shown below. After converting the qualitative results to quantitative data, the data was then analysed using SPSS. The SPSS descriptive statistics for age is shown below. [...]

[...] The second category is the formal and informal strategies. These choose between the organization's formal channels and social network informal channels (Snellman, & Ekehammar, 2005). The strategies are intended to secure Medicare care, financial aid and for conflict resolution. The last strategy is the generalised and specialised strategy. Under generalized, a refugee will be forced to accept unskilled job in order to get wide range of employment opportunities while under specialized strategy, a refugee may specialize in specific occupations as he/she waits for better opportunities or utilize opportunities with a view of participating in a specific niche (Macksoud, & Aber, 1996). [...]

[...] The citizens were prosecuted for a number of offences, including, belonging to a minority ethnic group. Before the emergence of the extremists, women could freely move about and were included in the workforce. However, Taliban forced them to stay within the homes and are not expected to perform any income bringing activity apart from health professionals. They were also expected to stick to a specific dress code, which covered from their head to toe. The violations of the standard norms resulted into beatings and killings. [...]

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