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This plan builds a solid and sustainable foundation for a modern juvenile justice system in Cambodia and provides effective and positive impact to current and future children, who are in conflict with law.
This study sought to assess the combined effects of physical neglect, a major embodiment of the left-behind phenomenon, and the trauma of being left behind on subsequent behavioral problems of children in rural China.
This article examines how Cambodians view the causes and effects of child abuse and analyses its underlying cultural forces.
The purpose of this paper is to compare loneliness between the left-behind children of migrant workers and the non-left-behind ones, and identify the most significant predictors of loneliness among the left-behind children.
This article analyzes the impact of volunteer tourism on children’s wellbeing in residential care facilities in Cambodia by employing a child rights-based approach.
This paper examines the relationship between the migration of men from rural China and the educational attainment of their left‐behind children.
The authors of this study decided to perform two investigations to determine if university students with left-behind experience (USWL) might possess unique positive psychological capital factors.
In this article, Newslaundry investigates six orphanages that were shut down in the Kashmir Valley owing to abuse or poor facilities.
This study investigated the impact of parental migration on nutritional disorders of left-behind children (LBC) in Bangladesh.
Grounded in the framework of positive youth development (PYD), this study was designed to examine how ecological assets (i.e., neighborhood social cohesion and trusting relationships with caregivers) and individual strength (i.e., resilience) predict subjective well‐being among left‐behind children.