[ (Kids at Work ✓ ONLINE) ] Author Emir Estrada – doctorio.us

Winner 2020 Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award GIVEN BY THE CHILDREN AND YOUTH by the Children and Youth of the American Sociological Association How Latinx ids and their undocumented parents struggle in *the informal street food economy Street food markets have become wildly popular in Los Angeles and behind *informal street food economy Street food markets have become wildly popular in Los Angeles and behind scenes Latinx children have been instrumental in making these small informal businesses grow In Kids at Work Emir Estrada shines Light on the surprising labor of these young workers providing the first ethnography on the participation of Latinx children in street vendingDrawing on dozens on the participation of Latinx children in street vendingDrawing on dozens interviews with children and their undocumented parents as well as three years spent on the streets shadowing families at work Estrada brings attention to the uniue set of hardships Latinx youth the streets shadowing families at work Estrada brings attention to the uniue set of hardships Latinx youth in this occupation She also highlights how these hardships can se. Rve to cement family bonds develop empathy towards parents encourage hard work And Support Children And children and parents in their to make *a living together in the United States Kids at Work provides a compassionate up close portrait of Latinx children *living together in the United States Kids at Work provides a compassionate up close portrait of Latinx children the complexities and nuances of family relations when children help generate income for the household as they peddle the streets of LA alongside their immigrant parent. .
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