Eds. Kristina Engwall and Ingrid Söderlind 2007
Institutet för Framtidsstudiers skriftserie: Framtidens samhälle nr 6
Children’s work has been an important political issue throughout the 20th century, but today it is mostly when discussed with a focus on the third world. With increased school attendance, questions regarding children and work seem to have lost their importance in the Western world.
However, what is perceived as work is connected to how work is defined. With a broader definition a picture emerges, showing children’s work to have a role on an individual-, family- and societal level. Today work is also an important part of a child’s life, and many children want to work.
The book is about children’s work in Sweden, England and Northern Ireland with a focus on present times.
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