western european attitudes towards children

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February 20, 2013

 

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That later it created the act of 1833, called English factory act. It for bided the employment of children under the age of nine or below. It also limited the workday of children in the age of nine through the age of thirteen by nine hours. It was required that children should be able to take two hours of education a day and it would be paid by the factory owners...
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It was required that children should be able to take two hours of education a day and it would be paid by the factory owners. It later divided the time of work and home life, which the children often worked for four to six hours. The education of the children was then required to remove nurturing from the home and family...
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