11 edition of Child Labor and Sweatshops found in the catalog.
August 12, 2005
by Greenhaven Press
Written in English
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In the eternal quest to keep costs low and financial returns high, major U.S. corporations found themselves once again endorsing and profiting from child labor. In her book Sweatshop: The History of an American Idea, author Laura Hapke details the public relations nightmare that struck the Nike corporation upon the discovery by consumer. I have spent the last decade researching the global textile and garment industries and the harshness of the sweatshop regime they shape for millions of workers worldwide. While researching my book Author: Alessandra Mezzadri.
Book Description: "A brilliant and beautiful book, the mature work of a lifetime, must reading for students of the globalization debate."Tom Hayden"Slaves to Fashionis a remarkable achievement, several books in one: a gripping history of sweatshops, explaining their decline, fall, and return; a study of how the media portray them; an analysis of the fortunes of the current anti-sweatshop. H&M said it had taken action with both factories over ID-cards and overtime after being made aware that a group of to year-olds had been working long hours since Burma's minimum wage.
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Gr 9 UpIn a series of 17 articles, this book addresses child labor around the world and the use of sweatshops by industry.
The selections are written by a variety of people, Child Labor and Sweatshops book journalists to teachers to human-rights activists, all of whom give different perspectives on this complex issue.5/5(1). Child labor and sweatshops.
Ann Manheimer. Greenhaven Press, - Juvenile Nonfiction - pages. 0 Reviews. Abuses of child and adult workers have led to protests, boycotts, and. Get this from a library. Child labor and sweatshops. [Ann Manheimer;] -- "Abuses of child and adult workers have led to protests, boycotts, and treaties to end child labor and sweatshops.
Everyone agrees the worst practices must be stopped. But debate rages over the. Child labor and sweatshops book - Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers editorially hand-picked children's books every 1, 2, or 3 months — at 40% off List Price.
Child labor and sweatshops - Ann Manheimer - Google книги/ Child labor and sweatshops book - Gr 9 UpIn a series of 17 articles, this book addresses child labor around the world and the use of sweatshops by industry.
The selections are written by a variety. Child Labor and Sweatshops - Ann Manheimer - Google книги/ "Abuses of child and adult workers have led to protests, boycotts, and treaties to end child labor and sweatshops.
Everyone agrees the worst practices must be stopped. But Child Labor and Sweatshops book rages over the underlying causes, and whether workplace exploitation is an inevitable step in economic development or an avoidable human rights violation."--JacketPages: 1.
Child Labor and Sweatshops: An Overview 10 Charles S. Clark 2. An Indictment of Sweatshops 21 Olivia Given 3. A Defense of Sweatshops 26 Murray Weidenbaum 4. Sweatshops Must Be Recognized as a Human Rights 29 Violation Timothy Ryan 5.
Sweatshops Often Benefit the Economies of Developing 32 Nations Allen R. Myerson 6. Child Labor Is Beneficial 36 Hannah Lapp 7. In The Guardian Larry Elliot has a look at a new book detailing the use of child labour in the garment trade sweatshops in Bangladesh.
At the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Child labor harms children / Foundation Intervida --Child labor causes more harm to girls than boys / International Labour Office --Legislation helps prevent child labor / Tom Harkin --Legislation does not prevent child labor / Christian Parenti --Child labor laws.
"Abuses of child and adult workers have led to protests, boycotts, and treaties to end child labor and sweatshops. Everyone agrees the worst practices must be stopped. But debate rages over the underlying causes, and whether workplace exploitation is an inevitable step in economic development or an avoidable human rights violation."--BOOK JACKET.
Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor Report: Assessing efforts to end child labor in over countries. Sweat & Toil: 1,+ pages of research in the palm of your hand. Research funded by the U.S. Department of Labor shows that over million children worked on cocoa farms in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana in In the year that it has taken to put Sweatshops in the Sun together I have had the time to reflect upon what I have seen and to fit these findings into the perspective I have formed over the I have been writing about farm labor for only a decade and a half, my first farm worker recollections date to the 's.
I was a native. Child labor is the employment of children under the age of physical maturity in jobs requiring long hours. In industrialized countries, where laws can be effectively enforced, few persons under the age of 15 are now permitted to work, except on farms or in family enterprises.
Anti-sweatshop groups almost universally condemn child labor and call for laws prohibiting child employment or boycotting products made with child labor.
In my recent book. The Fair Labor Standards Act of set a national minimum wage for the first time and a maximum number of hour for workers in interstate commerce—and also placed limitations on child labor. The first section discusses child labor as a social and economic problem in America from an historical and theoretical perspective.
The second part presents child labor as National Child Labor Committee investigators found it in major American industries and occupations, including coal mines, cotton textile mills, and sweatshops in the early s.5/5(2).
Child Labor and Sweatshops are a Current Problem in the Fashion Industry Many societies face the much overlooked problem of child labor and sweatshops in the fashion industry. Recently, Americans were stunned to learn that their apple pie sweetheart, Kathie Lee Gifford was associated with the exploitation of underage workers in Honduras.
Includes bibliographical references and index Child labor and sweatshops: an overview -- An indictment of sweatshops -- A defense of sweatshops -- Sweatshops must be recognized as a human rights violation -- Sweatshops often benefit the ceonomies of developing nations -- Child labor is beneficial -- The United States should ban imports of products made by children -- Efforts to ban goods made Pages: About this title Despite its decline throughout the advanced industrial nations, child labor remains one of the major social, political, and economic concerns of modern history, as witnessed by the many high-profile stories on child labor and sweatshops in the media today.
This work considers the issue in three parts.5/5(1). Sweatshop (or sweat factory) is a term for a workplace with very poor, socially unacceptable or illegal working conditions. The work may be difficult, dangerous, climatically challenging or underpaid.
Workers in sweatshops may work long hours with low pay, regardless of laws mandating overtime pay or a minimum wage; child labor laws may also be violated. With all the negative effects sweatshops and child labor can have on young people, an obvious question would be why they still exist.
The answer is simple, it’s all about the money.Although most European nations had child labor laws bythe material requirements necessary during World War II brought many children back into the labor market. Legislation concerning child labor in other than industrial pursuits, e.g., in agriculture, has lagged.
In the Eastern and Midwestern United States, child labor became a. Sweatshops, Child Labor, and the Global Economy. Should we be outraged by sweatshops and child labor? Matthew Fagerstrom. Follow. Sep 9, Author: Matthew Fagerstrom.