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    Push and Pull Factors for Child Soldiers and Child Pirates Conradi (2013) explains, child soldiering and child piracy are both considered an act of human trafficking. To demonstrate, although the minor carries out the act, the adult is in a position of power supervising the minor. In this brief discussion, I will focus on the “push and pull factors of child soldiering” and child piracy discussed in Chapter 4 (Haer, 2017). Although, child piracy was not discussed in the chapter, I found the topic

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    Child Labor

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    “Child labor” By Elie Bou Chaaya ENL 110 Section “D” Miss Zeina Fayyad 18, January, 2008 Outline: Thesis statement: Child labor nowadays is considered to be a social injustice due to its harmful effects on the personal and psychological life of the child where the kinds of work offered to the child increases the amount of these effects regarding the solutions. I. Harmful personal and physical effects of child labor A. Low pay B. Very long work hours C. Forbids children

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    Child Discipline

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    Forms of Discipline: What is best for the child? Children are like flowers, if well taken care of they will bloom. If ignored or tortured, they will wither and die. Child discipline is one of the most important elements of successful parenting. Today, many people have this notion that physical abuse is in no way a solution to helping children discern between right and wrong. Since generations children have been taught the art of discipline through physical punishment. Often this approach to disciplining

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    Child Labor

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    The History of Child Labor In AmericaTopic: The History Of Child LaborQuestion: In what ways was child labor cruel to children?Thesis: Child labor in America has been very cruel and unfair to children as their jobs were not paid a decent amount of money, were working under terrible conditions, and they led to diseases. Starting in about the 1700s, hand labor was replaced by power driven machines to make jobs easier.1 The industrial revolution had begun, and families needed a job and money to be able

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    Child Labor

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    are approximately 150 million children involved in child labor who shouldn’t be. Child labor is an issue that attacks the rights of children and takes away their ability to be a child, as displayed by the countries of Eritrea and China. An example of one of the worst offenders of child labor is Eritrea. Eritrea resides

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    Child Soldiers

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    Intro: Child soldiers have helped the world make decisions about rights of children and the crimes that some have committed . Child soldiers are children who are recruited by the government, taken from their parents, or join because the war is their only option. The children in these situations are under the age of 18 and are brought into the war to be fighters, cooks, suicide bombers, unnecessary purposes, human shields, messengers, or spies. Child soldiers have brought up many debates in the past

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    Child Recovery

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    What is the Role of Education in the Recovery of a Child? Often, when a child is ill or needs behavioral health treatment, education is the last thing on a guardian’s mind. They’re focused on the day-to-day management of their child’s care: communicating with doctors and nurses and easing their child’s fears during his or her hospital stay. During and after treatment, the focus is on the child’s recovery so they can go back to being a kid: playing with their friends, enjoying family time, and

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    Rights of the Child

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    THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was brought into effect to recognise that Children needed their own set of specific human rights that should be protected and that these were a universal right not a privilege. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was drawn up and accepted by the UN in 1989. The UK government agreed to abide by the principles in 1991 and it was fully implemented in 1992. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most universally

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    Child Observation

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    know how their child/children is doing and it we have any concerns. When you observe a parent with a child to tend to find out things. Non verbal and verbal can affect an infant/toddler in many ways if you are non verbal to your child you can put them behind and make their language delayed. It can be hard for you to meet the needs of the child if you don't understand or communicate with the child. Sometimes you can tell by the child vocabulary you can tell who communicate with their child at home and

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    The New Child

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    THE NEW CHILD AT SCHOOL Working with young children demand a special attention because leaving their parent could be very difficult for them. There, are always a hard time for some children who come the first time in school. I see that at my work some children cry all day long sometimes one or two weeks they still are crying. It is important that a family member can come with the child for a short period to visit the class before starting the first day in which the child can realize that he has

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