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Social scientists taking anthropological and psychological perspectives are preparing important reports and articles for publication by Radda Barnen (the Swedish Save the Children), Childwatch International, and others. 6. This literature is reviewed in J. Boyden, B. Ling and W. Myers, op. cit., Chapter Two. 7. Woodhead, M. (1998), Children's Perceptions of their Working Lives, a report to Radda Barnen, Riidda Barnen, Stockholm. BEST COPY AVAILABLE 26 8.See V. Forastieri (1994), Strategies to Address Child Labour front a Health Perspectit,e, Geneva, International Labour Office. 9.For a summation of clinical and research findings relating physical hazards to occupations and working conditions, see V. Forastieri, Ibid.; Examples of more general accounts include N. Burnt (1995), Born to Work: Child Labour in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press; International Labour Office (1992), Towards Action Against Child Labour in Zimbabwe, Geneva, International Labour Office (ILO), Interdepartmental Project on the Elimination of Child Labour; International Labour Office (1992), Child Labour in Mnzania, Geneva, International Labour Office (ILO) Interdepartmental Project on the Elimination of Child Labour; Gunn, S. and Ostos, A. (1992), 'Dilemmas in Tackling Child Lalx.mr: the case of Scavenger Children in the Philippines', International Labour Review, vol. 131, no. 6: pp. 629-646; Bureau of International Labor Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor (1994), By the Sweat and Mil of Children: the use of Child Labor in American Imports, A Report to the C'ommittees on Appropriations, United States Congress, volume I; Bureau of International Labor Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor (1995) By the Sweat and Mil of Children: the use of Child Labor in American Imports, A Report to the Contmittees on Appropriations, United States Congress, volume 11; Das, P.K., Shukla, K.1'. and Ory, F.G. (1992), Ali Occupational I Iealth Progra»nne for Adults and Children in the Catpet Weaving Industry, Mirzapur, India: A Case Study in the luformal Sector; Great Britain, Pergammon Press. 10. Mattoo, G.M., Rauf, A. and Zutshi, M.L. (1986) 'Health Status of School Age Children Employed in Carpet Weaving in Ganderbal Block', British journal of Industrial Medicine, vol. 43: pp. 698-701; Baker, R. with Panter-Brick, C. and Todd, A. (1996) 'Methods Used in Research with Street Children in Nepal', Childhood, vol. 3, no. 2. 11. Woodhead (1997) 'Child Work and Child Development: a review and conceptual analysis' unpublished draft report for Riidda Barnen, Centre for Human Development and Learning, Great Britain, The Open University. 12. Kirby, L.D. and Frazer, M. (1997) 'Risk and Resilience in Childhood' in Fraser, M. (ed), Risk and Resilience in Childhood, an Ecological Perspective, NASW Press, Washington, pp. 34-49. 13. Ibid 14.1t is notable that this analysis draws on recent research on the implications of war on children's psychosocial development. Such research is not available in relation to children's work experiences. 15. For example, see L. Aptekar (1989), 'Characteristics of the Street Chiklren of Colombia', Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol. 13, pp. 427-437, and (1991) 'Are Colombian Street 24 Promoting the Best Interests of Working Children
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Children Neglected?', Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Vol. 22, pp. 326-349.
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