Characters Children's Work Schooling and Welfare in Latin America
From the 1980s through the 1990s children in many areas of the world benefited from new opportunities to attend school but they also faced new demands to support their families because of continuing and for many worsening poverty Children's Work Schooling And Welfare In Latin America is a comparative study of children ages 12 17 in three different Latin American societies Using nationally representative household surveys from Chile Peru and Mexico and repeatedly over different survey years David Post documents tend.
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Ren's Work shows that child labor will not vanish of its own accord nor follow a uniform path even within a common geographic region Accordingly there is a role for welfare policy and for popular mobilization Post indicates that even when children attend school as in Peru or Mexico many students will continue to work to support the family If the conseuence of their work is to impede their educational success then schools will need to attend to a new dimension of ineuality that between part time and full time studen.
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Encies for children to become economically active to remain in school or to do both The survey data analyzed illustrates the roles of family and regional poverty and parental resources in determining what children did with their time in each country However rather than to treat children's activities merely as demographic phenomena or in isolation of the policy environment Post also scrutinizes the international differences in education policies labor law welfare spending and mobilization for children's rights Child.