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Muhannad Muhammad Hamid


The research topic focuses on examining the geographical distribution of child labor in the Kirkuk District for the year 2021. This topic is currently of great importance due to its focus on a crucial age group - children who are not yet of working age. It directly relates to the economic and social conditions of society, as the study specifically examines geographical distribution. The occurrence of child labor in Kirkuk District, along with its statistical and proportional distribution, etc. The study also examined the key social, economic, and psychological characteristics of this group, as well as the factors that impact it. Information was gathered using a questionnaire form. The study also examined the social and psychological characteristics of the families associated with this group and how it can sometimes have a detrimental effect on the lives of these children.


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Hamid, M. M. (2024). Spatial variation in the geographical distribution of the phenomenon of child labor in Kirkuk District for the year (2021). Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 31(6), 271–288.


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