The Impact of Family Conflicts on Socio-Economic Prosperity: A Case Study of Muko Sub-County Rubanda District.
The study focused on the findings of the impacts of family conflicts on the socio-economic prosperity of the Muko sub-county Rubanda district. The objectives of the study included the following: to find out factors that lead to family conflicts in the Muko sub-county Rubanda district, to investigate the impact of family stability on the socioeconomic prosperity in the Muko sub¬::ounty Rubanda district, and to assess the extent to which the family conflicts impact on social economic prosperity in Muko sub-county Rubanda district. There was a critical review of the issues that have been explored and studied both theoretically and empirically in the existing literature on of family conflicts as an independent variable socio socio-economic prosperity as the dependent variable and the methods of data collection were put into action. The research used 80 respondents as the sample size, and both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection and analysis were employed. The researcher used simple random sampling techniques in collecting and analyzing data and was used to provide equal chances to the sample size. Purposive sampling was also used to collect data from respondents who participated in the study. Findings of the study were obtained from the field interpreting the results analyzing basing on the specific objectives of the study and chapter five portrayed the summary of findings, recommendations were conflicts resort to violence and commit atrocious crimes, therefore, we recommend to parts on the conflicts to solve their conflicts peacefully rather than resorting to violence., the results of the study have revealed that some conciliators do not know the law related to inheritance and succession, that is why we recommend them to learn that law and other rules and regulation in force in the country; the findings of the study have proven that some conciliators are biased, so we recommend them to be impartial in order to mediate parts on family based conflicts fairly and the study concluded that it has been revealed by the findings that family based conflicts have a negative impact on economic prosperity of families where dealing with these conflicts bring about spending and consumes time that could be devoted in generating income activities. This slows down family income, and agricultural productivity and reduces agricultural employment especially when land is portioned into small parts. Family-based conflicts have also a negative impact on social development because they reduce the capacity of family members to access health care, education, and shelter. Furthermore, family-based conflicts destroy the culture of mutual help and assistance between family members because when they quarrel over resources their mutual help sinks into insignificance.
Impact, Family Conflicts, Socio-Economic Prosperity, Muko Sub-County, Rubanda District
Akankwasa, Winfred (2022). The Impact of Family Conflicts on Socio-Economic Prosperity: A Case Study of Muko Sub-County Rubanda District. Kabale: Kabale University.