Children’s Work in Nigeria: Exploring the Implications of Gender, Urban–Rural Residence, and Household Socioeconomic Status

@article{Kazeem2012ChildrensWI,
  title={Children’s Work in Nigeria: Exploring the Implications of Gender, Urban–Rural Residence, and Household Socioeconomic Status},
  author={A. Kazeem},
  journal={The Review of Black Political Economy},
  year={2012},
  volume={39},
  pages={187-201}
}
  • A. Kazeem
  • Published 2012
  • Geography
  • The Review of Black Political Economy
Child labor in developing countries continues to be a topic of policy and academic concern, particularly in Africa where there are more working children than in any other region. Scholarly attention has been drawn in part to gender, place of residence, and socioeconomic status as factors that shape the type of work that children perform and whether it impacts educational attainment. I explore these issues in the context of Nigeria through analysis of data from the 2004 Nigeria Demographic and… Expand
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