MOTHERS PRACTICING PROSTITUTION AND CHILDREN'S RIGHTS

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Ana-Maria MANDIUC;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence
  • Journal: SEA: Practical Application of Science,issue 2 April,pages319-326 (issn: 2360-2554)
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  • Subject: A | Prostitution | Rights | Prostitution, sex worker, Child, Rights | sex worker | General Works | Child
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A large number of women who practice prostitution get pregnant and have the child. When a mother continues practicing prostitution, while at the same time trying to fulfill parental responsibilities, the child’s rights could end up being violated because of the characte... View more
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