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RHET 120 - Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography: Works Cited B. Heidi Ellis, et al. “Past Horrors, Present Struggles: The Role of Stigma In The Association Between War Experiences And Psychosocial Adjustment Among Former Child Soldiers In Sierra Leone.” Social Science & Medicine 70.1 (2010): 17-26. Academic Search Premier . Web. Psychological researchers B. Heidi Ellis and others examine how the effects of war can damage the mental stability of a former child soldier of Sierra Leone. Their evaluation is based upon countless studies conducted on these participants and other data asserted from credible resources. This report from Ellis and her associates is well transcribed because their observations are proven from multiple tests and accurate research. It will allow me to describe these consequences that children in war develop after they have experienced violence firsthand. Breen, Claire. “When Is A Child Not A Child? Child Soldiers in International Law.” Human Rights Review 8.2 (2007): 71-103. Academic Search Premier . Web. Author for the Human Rights Review Claire Breen argues that international law allows the recruitment and use of child militants in modern history. She draws her analysis from numerous laws and protocols implemented by international governments. Breen’s essay is very informational because it describes how each law employed tries to regulate the issue of child soldiering. I believe this essay will be most useful in describing how laws and regulations provide solutions in eradicating this problem.
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  • Spring '11
  • SULLIVAN
  • Human Rights Watch, Lord's Resistance Army, child soldiers, Military use of children

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