Impact of Drone Attacks Anxiety on Students at Secondary Level in North Waziristan Agency

Mati Ullah


The study was descriptive in nature. The population of the study consisted of all 10th Class students of Govt High Schools in North Waziristan Agency. Four hundred & Forty Three respondents were selected as sample from the selected Govt High Schools in North Waziristan Agency. Respondents were selected by applying Simple Random sampling technique. The study was delimited to only 10th class students of thirty schools (15 male and 15 female Govt High Schools in North Waziristan Agency in which 202 were male and 201 were female. The purpose of the study was to identify anxiety caused due to drone attacks in 10th Class students in North Waziristan Agency. Findings of the study indicate that US drone attacks has very bad effects on students and the various anxiety problems caused by US drone strikes have physically, mentally, sociologically and psychologically traumatized them in North Waziristan Agency.

Keywords: drone attacks, anxiety, students, School.

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