There are few attempts to link human rights discourses and child poverty debates, though the field is expanding. Within sociology, both the study of rights and of childhood are marginal. This paper utilises a sociological approach to bridge rights and poverty debates in relation to children and explore why there are barriers to implementing children’s rights in specific instances. Drawing on Young Lives research, a longitudinal study of children growing up in poverty, the paper explores ho...Expand abstract
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Morrow, Virginia and Kirrily Pells (2012) “ Integrating Children’s Human Rights and Child
Poverty Debates: Examples from Young Lives in Ethiopia and India”, Sociology 46: 906-920.
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