Conflict in Rugmaker

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CONFLICT IN THE RUGMAKER OF MAZAR E SHARIF
Part One:
This lesson, you will be divided into five groups, and each group will be assigned one of the following types of conflict. You will spend this class locating examples in the text of your given type of conflict – complete the table below. (Use pages 62 – 67 of the Resource Booklet to help you).

Part Two:
Lesson two - new groups need to be formed – at least one ‘expert’ per new group. As the expert, it is your job to educate the other members of your group in relation to the conflict that you researched. Share your ideas and give your new group members some textual examples. Take turns in providing your ‘expert’ analysis. All work should be recorded on this table.

Type of Conflict (provide an explanation)Examples from the text (include quotes, page numbers and explanation) Internal Conflict:

Social Conflict: Social conflict is the struggle for agency or power in society. Social conflict or group conflict occurs when two or more actors oppose each other in social interaction, reciprocally exerting social power in an effort to attain scarce or incompatible goals and prevent the opponent from attaining them. It is a social relationship wherein the action is oriented intentionally for carrying out the actor's own will against the resistance of other party or parties.“How could I, or how could anyone believe that these people were thinking of the god of the country” (p.150) “In Afghanistan at that time, feeling secure was never a long-term thing” (p.11) “By 1982 it was obvious to everyone that the bitterness of the conflict between the communist government and the mujahedin was going to tear the country into pieces” (p.115) “Ceased to hear the cries of those around me, just as they ceased to hear my cries” (p.130) “I became an adult with war raging all over Afghanistan”. (p.169) “Decoded if I am a fit person to take my place in the community of Australia” (p.19) “It is people like that man and...
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