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Sociology report
Child Labor

Assigned by Dr. Javed Husain

Group:

Abdullah Hashmi (18016)

Dedication:

I would like to dedicate this report to our parents. Without their love, efforts and support I had not been able to become what I am right now. They have supported me all the way from beginning. They had been the great source of motivation and inspiration.

Letter of acknowledgement:

This is to acknowledge that the research I conducted, under the supervision of “Dr. Javed Hussain”, was to understand the Sociology process. My teacher helped me a lot in the concerned research report. He guided me in every good and possible direction to gather the related data and information regarding the research. In addition to this, he explained how to approach such places in order to acquire information for the research. Sincerely,

Abdullah Hashmi (18016)

Basic Research Method:
The research method we are going with is survey, because our total population is 100, Survey is based on Questioners. Survey is going to give us idea about: * Seeking information from persons experienced in the area of study * Large samples

* Quantitative values
* Generalization
Research Models:
I. Selecting a topic:
Child Labor
II. Defining the Problem:
‘Why child labor is increasing day by day and how it can be stopped’ III. Literature Review:
The literature Review was taken by these research sites which are also included in www.iqra.edu.pk digital library. * Jstor
* Google Scholar
* Pakistan National Digital Library
IV. Formulation of Hypotheses:
Over population, unemployment, terrorism, lack of education and inflation are the root causes of an increase in child labor. There are many social problems which create other problems to occur. They interlink each other. If one problem arises, it creates other problem and if u wants to solve that problem another problem arises. This is natural phenomenon. It is believed that these factors lead to child labor, so it is important to understand these problems. V. Operational Definitions:

University, population, target population (student body), sample size (100)

VI. Data Collection:
* Survey – option polls:
This is the table of the answers which was carried out by questionnaires

Questions No.| Options|
| A| B| C| D| E|
1| 76| 18| 03| 04| 00|
2| 55| 29| 14| 02| 01|
3| 58| 26| 12| 03| 03|
4| 18| 18| 48| 13| 04|
5| 27| 31| 30| 09| 04|
6| 35| 30| 31| 02| 03|
7| 48| 23| 12| 14| 04|
8| 33| 25| 27| 12| 04|
9| 43| 24| 30| 03| 01|
10| 57| 16| 18| 65| 05|
11| 54| 24| 08| 12| 03|
12| 39| 30| 22| 08| 02|
13| 25| 24| 33| 12| 07|
14| 61| 17| 11| 06| 06|
15| 53| 22| 16| 07| 03|
16| 48| 28| 21| 04| 00|
17| 44| 25| 18| 07| 07|
18| 30| 32| 22| 14| 03|
19| 39| 29| 17| 10| 06|
20| 58| 19| 13| 02| 09|

Question No 1.

1. Government should impose rule that education should be necessary for everyone for up to 12th standard. It would help reducing rate of child labor.

Question asks that is it necessary for government to impose some regulations on education sector. It can be a minimum education for children till 12th standard or subsidy or some other benefits in the educational sector so that poor people can afford it easily. So the statistics show that 75% people agrees to it and 18% of the people partially agree to it. They might be thinking that it is not just the government who can force people to study; people themselves should try to get education. 3% people disagree to it and 4% people partially disagree.

Question No 2.

2. Work teaches skills and a sense of responsibility. Then children should work because it helps them to groom their personality for the future.

In this question we asked that job gives us skills. We can learn different skills. We can learn to...
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