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Bilal Bhat

Published by Shipra Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 8175415819 ISBN 13: 9788175415812


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From: Vedams eBooks (P) Ltd (New Delhi, India)

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About this Item: Shipra Publications, 2011. In gauging the nature and degree of the social wickedness of child labour it is indispensable to take into account the character of the jobs on which the children are betrothed the dangers to which they are exposed and the opportunities of development which they have been denied The book delineates in the socio-economic perspective the various dimensions of the institution of child labour in general and in the Indian context in particular A debate is generated around the wider conceptual framework and meaning of this inhuman institution A statistical treatment is also given with periodical breakup for the generation of valued reasons from global to Indian scenario The whole study is twigged to the rehabilitation of child labourers in different sectors of the economy and its problems and prospects The book is about the various sociological variables stirring the nuances of child labour in Kashmir A very professional and technical methdology is utilized in divulging the destructive dimensions of this institution violating the rights of the children Arguments are structured around education family health human rights NGOs role legal dimensions etc with special focus on interventions The book is a momentous contribution to the parsimonious literature on the subject and may interest sociologists economists social workers policy makers and planners and development activists 196 pp. Seller Inventory # 94415

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