S3-05 Dimensions of Conflict (Sri Lanka Case Study)
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Dimension 1
Who or how many parties are involved?
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Internal – a conflict within oneself
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Interpersonal - a conflict between two or more individuals
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Intragroup – a conflict within a group (groups can be institutions, organizations, or any groups of people who share a specific role or identity)
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Intergroup – a conflict between two or more groups
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International – a conflict between two or more nations
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Global – a conflict that has a direct or indirect effect on all people and nations in the world
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Transboundary – a conflict between groups that is based on their positions in relation to a geographical boundary
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Conflict between the Sri Lankan Government and the Tamil Tigers.
(Intergroup Conflict)
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SinhaleseTamil Tigers
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Sparked by British due to unfair treatment towards the Tamil inhibitants.
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India helped Tamil Tigers, cause it's main population consisted of the Tamil tigers, however, the Sri Lankan government stripped the Tamil Tiger's right to vote in 1949 to tilt the poltical balance back to the Sinhalese
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It was a one-sided battle from each side, only helping their own people, resulting in the Sri Lankan civil war in 1983
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Washington brought military aid for Sri Lanka after they failed to adhere to their Human Rights Violations by displacing about 12,000 Tamils on the island to prevent them from meeting their friends and family
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Dimension 1 (parties)
Dimension 2 (reasons)
Dimension 3 (relationship)
Dimension 4 (history)
Dimension 5 (resolution)
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