Child labour in Egypt. I. Occupational and socio-economic aspects.

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The present study comprised 1000 child and young workers in small and medium-size industries in Alexandria, as well as 250 control subjects. Almost all young workers work for more than 40 hours/week and suffer from fatigue. Workers' family needs rather than the lack of family care is the responsible factor for sending the child to work, and the economic… (More)

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@article{Noweir1993ChildLI, title={Child labour in Egypt. I. Occupational and socio-economic aspects.}, author={Mohamed E. H. Noweir and Hans Oman and Farouk Abbas and A M Abou-Taleb and Tamer A. Mansour}, journal={The Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association}, year={1993}, volume={68 3-4}, pages={405-42} }