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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 3737-3747

A Qualitative Study Of Child Labor For Bangalore’s Underprivileged Children

Nandini Jaganath, Dr. Sathi Roy Mondal.


The current state of society and the economic climate in many nations contribute significantly to the severity of the problem of child labour, which is a global concern. Labor performed by children does not contribute to the alleviation of poverty; rather, it ensures that future generations will be even more impoverished than their parents and grandparents were. Many individuals are of the opinion that the most significant contributors to the phenomenon of child labour include things like illiteracy, ignorance, low earnings, unemployment, and a lack of social support. This line of reasoning is supported by a significant amount of evidence. The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors that contribute to low-income parents' involvement in their children's criminal activity, including the financial challenges they confront as a result of their children's work in such settings. Because of the choices their parents have made, their children are going to have a life that is deplorable and brutal. This is going to be the primary emphasis of the study. the Bangalore District are struggling with a myriad of problems, such as a rapidly expanding population, increasing levels of poverty, an increase in unemployment, a lack of development, and a general lack of modernity. Another illustration of this dilemma is seen in the practise of hiring young people to do manual labour.

Key words: Child Labor, Underprivileged Children, Qualitative Study.

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