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Causes and long-term consequences of child labour
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CitationBulut, S. ve Alabed, S. T. H. (2021). Causes and long-term consequences of child labour, Journal Of Clinical Psychology and Mental Health Care, 2(2), 1-5.
Recently, the statistics show an incredible increase in child labor rates. The purpose of this paper is to point out the reasons behind child labor and the long term consequences. This research deeply investigates the case of Syrian refugees and how the number of Syrian children in labor increased due to the war conditions. The literature emphasized the low income of the family to be considered as the most common reason for child labor. From the literature, harming the bones is a wide range of physical consequences of child labor. I conclude that the country’s government show arrange programs that monitor child labor after school time, and arrange educational programs in the rural areas.