Street Children, hotel boys and children of pavement dwellers and construction workers in Bombay - how they meet their daily needs

@article{Patel1990StreetCH,
  title={Street Children, hotel boys and children of pavement dwellers and construction workers in Bombay - how they meet their daily needs},
  author={Sheela Patel},
  journal={Environment \& Urbanization},
  year={1990},
  volume={2},
  pages={26 - 9}
}
  • Sheela Patel
  • Published 1 October 1990
  • Psychology
  • Environment & Urbanization
Street children, hotel boys and children of pavement dwellers and construction workers in Bombay-how they meet their daily needs describes their situation. For instance, where they wash, defecate, sleep and who helps them when they are ill. It describes the circumstances which lead to children being in such a situation and the inadequacies of public provision in meeting their needs; and how involving these children in the survey became a means of establishing better contact between them and the… 
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