Child Labor Abroad: Five Policy Options

Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly 24 (3):9-13 (2004)
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Differences in socioeconomic and infrastructural elements among nations, differing conceptions about childhood, and the failure to distinguish between child work and child labor render a simple ban on child labor abroad idealistic and impractical.

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