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Khmer Rouge & Cambodian Education
A review of the social impact of the Khmer Rouge and today's brutal reality for Cambodian children.
# 97003 | 2,099 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper reviews and discusses how Cambodian children suffer under the rule of the Khmer Rouge. According to the paper, education in Cambodia still suffers from the bloody political regimes of almost 30 years ago, and while education falters, tens of thousands of children are imprisoned in the Cambodian sex slave industry and working as child laborers.

Introduction / Hypothesis
Review of Literature
Murdering of Cambodian Teachers
Cambodian Children's Propaganda Song
Child Prostitution / Sex Slavery & Child Labor
Methods, Research Design & Analyses
Results, Discussion, Implications

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Ayers, David M. (1999). The Khmer rouge and education: beyond the discourse of Destruction. History of Education, 28(2), 205-218.
  • Ayers, David M. (2000). Tradition, Modernity, and the Development of Education in Cambodia. Comparative Education Review, 44(4), 440-463.
  • Derks, Annuska; Henke, Roger; & Vanna, Ly. (2006). Review of a Decade of Research On Trafficking in Persons, Cambodia. The Asia Foundation / Center for Advanced Study / U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
  • McNamara, Vincent. (2001). Education and the Politics of Language: Hegemony and Pragmatism in Cambodia 1979-1989. Comparative Education, 37(3), 385-389.
  • Reimer, J. K. (2006). "At what price, honour?" Research into domestic trafficking of Vietnamese (girl) children for sexual exploitation, from urban slums in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Chab Dai Coalition.

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