Working Children as Social Subjects
The Contribution of Working Children's Organizations to Social Transformations
The article focuses on the question of what significance the organizations of working children, which have sprung up in various regions of the Third World since the 1980s, have for processes of transformation in their societies. First, it looks at the common ground shared by the working children and their organizations in different countries. Second, it discusses what kind of social subject emerges from this discussion. Finally, the article asks what possible effects these organizations have on the children themselves or on the society around them.
Published in: Childhood : a global journal of child research, 10.1177/09075682030103002, SAGE Publications
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