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Taisha Aguilar

Taisha Aguilar has written 8 posts for Applied Research in Children's Studies 2015

Child Labor- An Intergenerational perspective References

Bibliography: Anjum, F., Zafar, M.I., Maan, A.A., Ahmad, M. (2015). Health Issues and Wellbeing; Working Children in Carpet Industry in Punjab, Pakistan. The Professional Medical Journal, volume (issue), page-page. Chole C., and Islam A (2013) “Child Labor and Schooling Responses to Access to Microcredit in Rural Bangladesh” Economic Inquiry (51) 46-61 Emerson M. P. and […]

Child Labor – An Intergenerational Perspective

Often when people think of child labor they are transported to a third world country where children are victimized, abused, and denied basic human rights. But the truth is that child labor isn’t just a third world issue; it impacts the lives of children and youth here in the United States.  As a team we […]

Data Analysis Plan – Intergenerational child labor

Our data analysis will be a qualitative method. The data collected in the interviews will be coded for contextual themes and cited for any frequencies. The data will be represented by thematic descriptions and figures representing the majority’s opinion and reasoning for child labor and its significance to intergenerational prevalence. The coded data will then […]

Intergenerational Child Labor

Often when people think of child labor they are transported to a third world country where children are victimized, abused, and denied basic human rights. But the truth is that child labor isn’t just a third world issue; it impacts the lives of children and youth here in the United States.  As a team we […]

Data Collection Methods

Method As a group we will focus on a qualitative data collection. Our method will be in form of interviews. We decided to choose interviews because of the sensitivity of our work. We wanted to understand the emotional and cognitive reasoning behind intergenerational child labor.  The article entitled, “Steps for Engaging Young Children in Research” […]

“There are no right or wrong answers”: my experience interviewing a child

For this method practice I chose to use the interview method.  In past research projects, I’ve chosen this method and found it to work well for me, so I felt comfortable enough to conduct an interview and analyze the data afterward. I have experience in interviewing both adults and children ages ranging from 2-13. This […]

Ethical Consideration Post

Informed participation As a team we agree that each participate will receive a consent form that will state the purpose, method and the ways their information will be shared with others. We will encourage our participants to read all of the information on the form before contributing any information. We will also answer any questions […]

Intergenerational Persistence of Child Labor

Child labor is a global crisis that affects generations of children. The constant exploitation of children leads to a number of negative outcomes on the child’s psychical, emotional and psychological well-being. Our topic is child labor and its relationship with inter-generational factors. As we conducted this literature review what we wanted to discover is why […]

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