PEDIATRICS

Child Labor: A Child Development Perspective

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Major psychosocial hazards Major negative psychosocial effects Breakdown of social networks Disruptions to familiar surroundings Monotonous or inappropriate activities Delayed development, narrow range of cognitive, technical and communication skills maladaptive…

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Undefended Children in the Classroom? Looking at Textbooks, Cultural Difference, and Other Aspects of Indigenous Education in Mexico

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English Tojolabal I told you. I told. You listened. (Lenkersdorf, 1996, p. 30) This phrase in Tojolabal illustrates how the object disappears and a dual structure emerges. In it, two…

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Self-Perceptions of Relations with Parents, Attitudes Toward School, and Delinquency Among African-American, Caribbean American, and Ghanaian Adolescents

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Variable SA A D SD In general, I like school 39.9 (59) 45.9 (69) 10.1 (15)  4.1 (6) I try hard in school 52.7 (78) 38.5 (57)  6.1 (9)  2.7…

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Dilemmas of Rights-Based Approaches to Child Well-Being in an African Cultural Context

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Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga and Robert K. Hitchcock (eds.)Vulnerable Children2013Global Challenges in Education, Health, Well-Being, and Child Rights10.1007/978-1-4614-6780-9_2© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 2. Dilemmas of Rights-Based Approaches to Child Well-Being in an…

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Boodja Marr Karl: A Whole-Community Approach to Aboriginal Education—The Development of a Cultural Framework for Aboriginal Participation in Education and Schooling

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Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga and Robert K. Hitchcock (eds.)Vulnerable Children2013Global Challenges in Education, Health, Well-Being, and Child Rights10.1007/978-1-4614-6780-9_6© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 6.  Boodja Marr Karl: A Whole-Community Approach to Aboriginal…

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The Nyae Nyae Village Schools Project: Indigenous Community-Based Education in Namibia

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Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga and Robert K. Hitchcock (eds.)Vulnerable Children2013Global Challenges in Education, Health, Well-Being, and Child Rights10.1007/978-1-4614-6780-9_4© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 4. The Nyae Nyae Village Schools Project: Indigenous Community-Based Education…

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Vulnerable Childhood in a Global Context: Embracing the Sacred Trust

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Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga and Robert K. Hitchcock (eds.)Vulnerable Children2013Global Challenges in Education, Health, Well-Being, and Child Rights10.1007/978-1-4614-6780-9_1© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 1. Vulnerable Childhood in a Global Context: Embracing the Sacred…

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Pediatric Abdominal Surgery

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Complications, risks, and consequences Estimated frequency Most significant/serious complications Bleeding or hematoma formationa 1–5 % Hernia recurrencea (10 year)  For open surgery 0.1–1 %  For laparoscopic surgery 1–5 % Testicular…

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Pediatric Tumor Surgery

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Complications, risks, and consequences Estimated frequency Most significant/serious complications Mortalitya 1–5 % Failure to remove tumora 1–5 % Infectionb    Subcutaneous 1–5 %  Wound 1–5 %  Intra-abdominal 1–5 %  Late…

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