This research is based on the hypothesis that the perception of the forms and modalities which characterise child labour and exploitation are strongly linked to the social representations given to us by the media and by the conditions of life in the developing countries, while other forms of child labour and exploitation, actually present in the industrialised countries, are not perceived.

Child work: attitudes, perceptions, evaluations and policies of buying goods made by children

DE CARLO, NICOLA
2002

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This research is based on the hypothesis that the perception of the forms and modalities which characterise child labour and exploitation are strongly linked to the social representations given to us by the media and by the conditions of life in the developing countries, while other forms of child labour and exploitation, actually present in the industrialised countries, are not perceived.
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