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Perceptions of Adolescent and Child Labor within the North American Agrarian Community

    PROF, AST TEACH - Susanna Donaldson

    Contact Detail
    Dr. Susanna Donaldson


    This project explores the way farm families perceive adolescent and child farm labor. The methodologies employed by this project involve (1) the collection and textual analysis of social media posts, (2) the collection and textual analysis of online news articles, (3) interviews and focus groups.

    UMKC. May involve travel to rural communities in Missouri and Kansas.

    A deep interest cultural anthropology or sociology and an interest in learning ethnographic research methodologies.

    Last Updated
    Mar 4, 2024

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