1 edition of Street children. found in the catalog.
|Series||ISMA paper ;, no. 40, ISMA publication =, ISMA uitgawe|
|Contributions||Institute for the Study of Man in Africa.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 93/03697 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||88189472|
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This book is a useful addition to other work on street children in Africa, stressing the difficult lives of street children but also normalizing them ; it is a book in which living on the street becomes an alternative path to moral personhood and social adulthood." -- Prof.
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The conceptual difference between children of the street and children on the street was determined in a meeting on the issue. Children of the street were described as youth under the age of 18 living in urban areas and who call the street their principal home, assuming they no longer live in their familial residence.
The reasons children go to the streets are unique to their individual situations. Often there isn’t one simple reason why a child is on the streets.
Rather, a combination of multiple factors drive children to a life on the streets, including poverty, neglect, the breakdown of the family, losing one or both parents to HIV/AIDS Continue reading "Why there are Street Children".
Street Child is a powerful and intimate depiction into these homeless children’s actual lives during their most desperate times of survival.
Author Justin Reed Early cultivates hope while bringing new life to his childhood friends. The children portrayed are real and these stories are authentic.
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