Street Boys and Girls: A Case Study in Mauritania

Abstract : The phenomenon of street children could have gender‐specific aspects. The cultural hypothesis emphasises the fact that the social roles assigned to boys and girls lead to gender‐based differences in the way that the process of migration onto the street is viewed. The validity of this hypothesis is tested using data on street children in Mauritania. Our study analyses the family background of the children. The results support this hypothesis.
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Child Abuse Review, Wiley, 2013, 22 (6), pp.398 - 407. 〈10.1002/car.2196〉
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Jérôme Ballet, Augendra Bhukuth, Katia Radja. Street Boys and Girls: A Case Study in Mauritania. Child Abuse Review, Wiley, 2013, 22 (6), pp.398 - 407. 〈10.1002/car.2196〉. 〈hal-01871455〉

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