War and Its Effects to Men, Women and Children

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WAR AND ITS EFFECTS TO MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN

TABLE OF CONTENTS.
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1. Introduction…………………………………………………………………….1 2. Definition……………………………………………………………………….1 3. Effects of war to men....................................................................................…...2 4. Effects of war to women…………………....................................................…...2 5. Effects of war to me children……………….................................................…...3 6. Conclusion………………………………….……………………………………3 7. References……………………………………………………………………… 3

Introduction.
Throughout the human race war has been a way of life for all the generations. Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary describes war as a generational phenomenon from the times of Israelites to the world wars; 1, 11 and 111.According to his argument the Israelites engaged in a series of forceful conquests with the Canaanites for years before taking possession of the promised. Therefore war and its effects are generational and the effects are both present and historical and future.

Definitions.
• According to the bible dictionary war is defined as “a conflict carried on by force of arms as between nations or between parties within a nation”. War could be operated as by air, land, sea or a combination of two or more. War can be classified into international wars, tribal or ethnic wars, state wars, internal or external wars etc. depending on the scale and the people or machinery involved. • Men – Male adults of appropriate age as recognized by land laws. • Women – Female adults of appropriate age as recognized by land laws. • Children – Under age male and female regarded as incapable of making sound judgments by virtue of their younger age. In the Kenyan context, children refers to any one (male/female) under the age of 18 years.

Effects of war on Men.
Men are the main players in any war due to their nature of responsibility as...
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