9780765601216

Generation in Jeopardy: Children at Risk in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union: Children at Risk in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union

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  • ISBN13:

    9780765601216

  • ISBN10:

    0765601214

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-03-31
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

This disturbing volume probes beneath the rhetoric about system change in the transition societies of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to examine the impact of political, social, and economic dislocation, ethnic conflict and civil war on the most population: children.

Table of Contents

LIST OF CHARTS, GRAPHS, AND TABLES
ix(4)
FOREWORD xiii(2)
Sir Peter Ustinov
PREFACE xv(2)
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xvii
PART ONE Social Conditions: Children's welfare and families' access to basic social services 3(54)
CHAPTER 1 The social and economic cost of transition
3(16)
CHAPTER 2 Child health
19(14)
CHAPTER 3 Environment
33(8)
CHAPTER 4 Nutrition
41(8)
CHAPTER 5 Education
49(8)
PART TWO Child protection: Children in especially difficult circumstances 57(32)
CHAPTER 6 Children on the front line: Child refugees and victims of war
57(10)
CHAPTER 7 Child neglect, abuse, and exploitation
67(8)
CHAPTER 8 Child labor
75(6)
CHAPTER 9 Juvenile crime
81(8)
PART THREE Different faces of the transition: Area highlights 89(82)
CHAPTER 10 Children in the republics of former Yugoslavia
89(8)
CHAPTER 11 Central Europe
97(8)
CHAPTER 12 Children of the Baltic countries
105(10)
CHAPTER 13 Southeastern Europe
115(12)
CHAPTER 14 Belarus, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine
127(14)
CHAPTER 15 The Caucasus countries
141(8)
CHAPTER 16 The Central Asian republics and Kazakhstan
149(8)
CHAPTER 17 The Aral Sea disaster zone
157(6)
CHAPTER 18 Minority groups
163(8)
AFTERWORD 171(4)
GLOSSARY 175(4)
REFERENCES 179(14)
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTES 193(3)
INDEX 196

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