• Anees Naser Ghazi
  • Basma Rahman Oudah


The individual’s feeling of alienation from the government policy in his society, as well as the tendency towards thinking that the government and the politics of the nation are managed by others and for the benefit of others according to unjust rules. Many individuals because of the feeling of alienation or frustration of various kinds. Violence is considered a general social phenomenon that exists in all human societies, although its forms, size and proportion differ from one society to another. However, the variables that occur in the features of violence in a particular society reflect the changes that occur in the major social systems (social, cultural, and personality systems). The source of concern lies in the fact that violence has become a threat to individuals’ security and safety, and makes their lives an adventure that is not guaranteed by risks. Perhaps the most dangerous thing about violence is that it may come from the closest and most closely related people within what is known as domestic violence, and that it is sometimes linked to psychological and behavioral trends and wrong beliefs. The study indicated the social environment in which the individual is raised, as the individual is a product of the results of the society in which he lives, Tribal society, as the majority of Iraqi society is a hybrid society governed by the dialectic of loyalty and belonging, and the sediments with Bedouin extensions continued to govern the behavior of individuals in the city. Being the means by which civilizations were built, as the browser to the history of civilizations finds many difficult circumstances that humanity has gone through as a result of violence, arbitrariness and tyranny and at different historical stages.


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Anees Naser Ghazi, & Basma Rahman Oudah. (2021). CULTURE OF VIOLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY IRAQI SOCIETY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(09), 1686-1695. Retrieved from