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Flexibility of Household Structure: Child Fostering Decisions in Burkina Faso

Author: R. Akresh

Publication date: 2009

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Rural-Urban Migration in Bolivia: Advantages and Disadvantages

Author: Lykke E. Andersen

Publication date: 20/02/2002

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This paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of rural-urban migration in Bolivia. The article shows that...

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Living with Migration. Experiences of Left-behind Children in the Philippines

Author: M. M. B. Asis

Publication date: 2006

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In the Philippines, large-scale overseas migration has raised concerns about left-behind children, who are...

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Family, Child Labour and Migration

Author: A. Z. V. Camacho

Publication date: 1999

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Remittances, Transnational Parenting, and the Children Left Behind: Economic and Psychological Implications

Author: Castaneda, E., and Buck, L.

Publication date: 28/01/2012

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This paper looks at the changes in parent-child relations in families divided by migration. Recent academic and...

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Moving Beyond Ethnicity: The Socio-Economic Status and Living Conditions of Immigrant Children in the UK

Author: H. Crawley

Publication date: 2010

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'After the Storm'. Economic Activities among Children and Youth in Return Areas in Post-war Liberia: the Case of Voinjama

Author: A. Hatloy, M. Boas

Publication date: 2006

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This report maps types of formal and informal work which children and youth (in the age group 10-18) are involved...

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Can Child Migration in Nepal Be Explained Under the Modernisation Perspective

Author: Y. B. Gurung

Publication date: May 2000

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Considering the situation of child migrants in Nepal, this paper tries to explain the migration of children in the...

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