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|Title:||Russian labor protection legislation of women and children of XIX century|
|Authors:||Smolenskaya, O. A.|
Zaitseva, T. A.
Vlasova, E. A.
|Keywords:||Authors of BSTU|
labor of children and women
labor legislative regulation
|Publisher:||Published by Future Academy|
|Abstract:||This article is devoted to the study of exploiting women and children labor in the factory and plant industry. In second half of the XIX century in Russia, the government policy on working issues (where child and women labor was concerned) were inconsistent, selective and vague in nature. The authors consider the measures which have been undertaken by the Government in the connection with the involvement of children and women labor into the sphere of industrial production. The study of problems of legislative regulation of women and children labor and factory supervision activities protecting the work of this category of workers were undertaken. The causes and characteristics are considered; qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the employment of children and women in the factory industry in Russia are given. Under the impact of the crisis of overproduction and increasing competition among entrepreneurs and public pressure, the government was forced to issue legislation regulating the women and children labor. On the base of various sources, circumstances of the content of publication laws regulating the children and women labor are analyzed in detail. The strong and weak causes of adopted legislation aimed at the protection of women and children are discussed and analyzed.|
|Description:||Smolenskaya O. A. Russian labor protection legislation of women and children of XIX century / O. A. Smolenskaya, T. A. Zaitseva, E. A. Vlasova // International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences (RPTSS 2017). - 2017. - P. 1270-1280.|
|Appears in Collections:||Economical and human sciences|
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