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What is Conduct Problems

Civic Engagement Frameworks and Strategic Leadership Practices for Organization Development
Are related to temper tantrums or hot tempers, disobedience, fights, often cheats and lies, stealing.
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Social Conduct: Major Impact of Child Labour on Children in the Slums of Delhi
Daman Ahuja (School of Public Health, SRM University, India), B. Kalpana (School of Public Health, SRM University, India), and Susheel Chhabra (Periyar Management and Computer College, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2372-8.ch009
A descriptive cross-sectional study of children between 7-14 years was conducted in Delhi, India. Child labour and school-going children (n=1000) of the same socioeconomic background were selected to know the impact of child labour on the behavior patterns of the children. The convenience sampling technique was adopted across Delhi slums to select the children. Children were subjected to strength and difficult questionnaire (SDQ). Results indicated that total difficulty is more prevalent in child labor (45.2%) as compared to school-going children (36%). Social conduct problem is the most prevalent behavioral problem (43.2%) found in child labor. The association between working status and higher conduct problems were found to be statistically significant. A strong positive association was found between working status and difficulty score.
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