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Chapter 6, "The Implicatons of Children on the Battlefield" What are some of the consequences of using child soldiers for conflicts around the world? Why might the use of child soldiers lead to more wars? Why does the problem of weak or failed states in other parts of the world matter to the U.S.? Why does the use of child soldiers mean longer wars? What are the implications of fighting wars without an ideology? How is violence, which is part of all wars, effected by the use of child soldiers? How does the use of child soldiers put other children in the war zone at risk? Why would units of child soldiers target civilians? What forms of sexual abuse seem to be present in groups that use child soldiers, and what purposes are served by sexual abuse? Why are child soldiers used as human shields and as cannon fodder? How do the number of deaths of child soldiers in combat compare with the number of deaths in adult combat units? How does the use of child soldiers lay the groundwork for future violence and instability in a region? Why might a declaration of peace in one country lead to war in neighboring countries? What are some of the health problems faced by former child soldiers? Chapter 7, "The New Children of Terror " How are terrorist groups using child soldiers? For terrorists, what are some of the advantages of using children? For terrorists, what are the advantages of using suicide bombers and why
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CJS 102 taught by Professor Weisheit during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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