1. Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts - An understanding of families and their relationships to other institutions, such as the educational, governmental, religious, healthcare, and occupational institutions in society. • Research Article 1 - The Social Problems of Today 's Family The article being reviewed discusses the inevitable tie between sociology and families, specifically those in Russia. This article points out how it is the science of sociology that imparts a generalizing character
economic, social and political conditions; and that these elements greatly assist in reducing poverty and encourage economic growth. This can be done by negotiating strategies and policies going forward seeking participation and involvement within reintegration processes, security sector reform processes and through the establishment of women’s protection mechanisms through state government and across civil-society to address and respond efficiently and effectively.
Introduction Child labour is a very real problem in the world today, and although it is declining, progress is happening at a slow and unequal pace. Child labour by the International Labour Organization is defined as “work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development (Diallo, Etienne, & Mehran, 2013, p. 2).” In the most extreme forms of child labour it could account for child enslavement, separation from their