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Changes in rural children’s use of time: evidence from Ethiopia and Andhra Pradesh, India

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In recent decades, children’s time has become a global commodity, fought over by a range of national and international policymakers (Stephens 1995). Ambitious global social policies construct particular visions of childhood and, in doing so, shape how children spend their time. The Millennium Development Goals, the Education For All Dakar Goals, World Bank advocacy for early childhood education, and International Labour Organization campaigns to eliminate child labour, all combine to gene...

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10.1057/9781137404039_7

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University of Oxford
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
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University of Oxford
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
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Palgrave Macmillan Publisher's website
Pages:
139-159
Host title:
Growing Up in Poverty: Findings from Young Lives
Publication date:
2014-08-05
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9781137404039
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pubs:641665
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uri:8769e83c-e6fb-4c87-b1c4-4ba237245397
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uuid:8769e83c-e6fb-4c87-b1c4-4ba237245397
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pubs:641665
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9781349487165

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