2 edition of Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation found in the catalog.
Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation
William F. Ogburn
|Series||Studies in history, economics, and public law, v. 48, no. 2; whole no. 121, Columbia studies in the social sciences -- 121.|
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|Pagination||219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
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4 For an overview of U.S. child labor laws, see Ogburn, William F., Progress and Uniformity in Child-Labor Legislation: A Study in Statistical Measurement (New York, ), and Loughran, Miriam E., “The Historical Development of Child-Labor Legislation in the United States” (Ph.D.
diss., Catholic University of America, ).Cited by: Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation: a study in statistical measurement / by William F. Ogburn.
HD U5 O5 Sweatshops in the sun: child labor on the farm / foreword by Carey McWilliams. Ogburn's main books and brochures included Progress and Uniformity in Child-Labor Legislation: A Study in Statistical Measurement, published as his Ph.D.
thesis, ; Social Change with Respect to Culture and Original Nature, ; The Social Sciences and Their Inter-relations, edited jointly by Ogburn and Alexander Goldenweiser, This paper explores the relationship between the state-specific child labor legislation and the decline in child labor that occurred in the U.S.
between and Author: Federico Bugni. The careful workplace: seeking psychological safety at work in the era of Canada's national standard / The careful workplace: seeking psychological safety at work in the era of Canada's national standard / Martin Shain.
Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation: a study in statistical measurement. Full text of "The historical development of child-labor legislation in the United States" See other formats.
The American Association for Labor Legislation was formed to promote uniformity of labor legislation and to encourage the study of labor conditions with a view toward promoting desirable legislation. The Association was founded as a branch of. Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation: a study in statistical measurement Ogburn, William Fielding, [ Book: ].
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principles of labor legislation dentuied service, and apprenticeship the laborer lived on the premises of his master. The most complete survival of these systems in modem industry is known in England as "living in," where the employee receives part payment in board tad lodging at his place of employment.
the child-labor amendment are saying 4 Why bother about child 4 labor, since it has been abolished by the codes. ” One obvious an swer is that the codes, so far as we know, are temporary, so that we have need for child-labor legislation after the N.R.A.
goes out of business. The same general need holds in regard to minimum-wage legislation. HC72 Progress and uniformity in child-labor legislation; a study in statistical measurement by Ogburn, William Fielding, HC72 The province of New Jersey, by Tanner, Edwin Platt, Compacts, Conventions, and Codes: Initiatives for Higher International Labor Standards In the U.S.
the first child-labor legislation was enacted by the state of Massachusetts in Thereafter, different states brought in different leg- competition is transparent from the following account in her book: For lack of uniformity, progress. Child-Labor Legislation.—Friends of the children have tried to stop abuses.
Trade-unions, consumers' leagues, and State bureaus have taken the initiative. Voluntary organizations, like the National Child Labor Committee, make the regulation of child labor their special object. The work was an attempt to comparatively analyzed a national and international approaches and acuities of child labour within UK, USA, India and Pakistan because legislative authority or legislation helps to a significant range and fundamental raison prevent is convicted for the child labour problem.
It was a qualitative study and through thematic analysis and purposive Author: Fozia Fatima.Compulsory Schooling Legislation and School Attendance in Turn-of-the Century America: A 'Natural Experiment' ().
History of Child Labor Legislation in Wisconsin and Attempts by the U.S. Government to Regulate Child Labor, 19 Marquette Law Review Author: Sonja Fagernäs.Among the challenges of Wilson’s two terms were passing legislation on antitrust and child labor and managing America’s entry and participation in the first World War.
After the Armistice ended the war inWilson unsuccessfully pushed for American participation in .