Childhood in the Past: an International Journal • Vol/Iss. 8(2) • Oxbow Books • Oxford, England • Published In • Pages: 87-103 •
Cross-cultural variation in children's degree of economic work (ages 6-10) is linked to predominant subsistence strategy.
Children in hunter-gatherer societies generally do the least, pastoralists the most. Significant differences when comparing boys and girls separately. Girls usually do more work than boys.
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