Youth

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Last seen on: The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 30,018 – Jun 20 2022s

Random information on the term “Youth”:

The Child Labor Deterrence Act was created by Senator Tom Harkin (Democrat – Iowa), and was first proposed in the United States Congress in 1992, with subsequent propositions in 1993, 1995, 1997 and 1999. According to Harkin’s website, “This bill would prohibit the importation of products that have been produced by child labor, and included civil and criminal penalties for violators.”

The final proposal for the bill, called “Child Labor Deterrence Act of 1999”, was bill number S. 1551 in the U.S. Senate. Harkin was the lead sponsor calling for a bill that would prohibit the importation of manufactured and mined goods into the U.S. which are produced by children under the age of 15. The original wording of Senate Bill 706 in 1995 included the purpose of, “prohng] the importation of goods produced abroad with child labor and for other purposes.” It included civil and criminal punishments for anyone or business that defies the act.

Harkin’s original proposal in 1992 is attributed for inciting concrete responses to the global issue of child labor by the U.S. Congress. Harkin is involved in several other anti-child labor and anti-sweatshop movements. According to Harkin, “I was able to amend the Trade Act of 2000 to ensure that the statute also applied to goods made with forced or indentured child labor.” While the original bill was not passed in Congress in 1999, in 2006 Harkin reported that he would reintroduce the bill.

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Random information on the term “LAD”:

Lad culture (also laddish culture and laddism) was a media-driven, principally British and Irish subculture of the 1990s and early 2000s. The image of the “lad”—or “new lad”—was that of a generally middle class figure espousing attitudes typically attributed to the working classes. The subculture involved heterosexual young men assuming an anti-intellectual position, shunning cultural pursuits and sensitivity in favour of drinking, sport, sex and sexism. Principally understood at the time as representing male opposition to feminism, the discourse around the “new lad” represented some of the earliest mass public discussion of how heterosexual masculinity is constructed.

Lad culture peaked around the turn of the millennium and can be seen as going into decline as the market for lad mags collapsed in the early 2000s, driven by the rise of Internet. Nonetheless, the stereotype of the lad continued to be exploited in advertising and marketing as late as the mid-2010s and the term “lad culture” is still occasionally used to refer to collective, boorish or misogynistic behaviour by young heterosexual men, particularly university students.

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