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Data Analysis Plan

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 be organized into a table that compares and contrast both parent and child participate responses. Reviewing the responses from the interviews will give us a comprehensive understanding of some influences that contribute to the intergenerational labor of minors. These larger themes include: economic status, history of labor, education completion, cultural ideology, and future aspirations. The basis for interpreting the data will be to determine if our findings relate or confirm with the results from the existing literature that was studied. We also hope this interpretation of data will serve to raise awareness for the child laborer.

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