Sunday, 13 November 2016

The ethical dilemma of child labor : theories, ethics case studies

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 The ethical dilemma of child labor : theories, ethics case studies

A report from a maternity clinic says that at a time of giving birth, a mother feels pain similar to 20 bones getting fractured at a time. Could you imagine that pain? No one likes to go through pains,but every woman wants to go through birth pains. If birth pain is twenty times of bones getting fractured at the same time, who in her right minds would ever wish to go through it?
The ethical dilemma of child labor : theories, ethics case studies.


When a woman is in birth labor, every form of love and feeling is gone and forgotten but pains, as long as the baby is struggling to position and finding his way out. The pains a woman feels at this point is not the type that can make her cry,no,crying and tears bring relief! It is the type that can pierce the heart like an edge sword. Sometimes, child labor can take two,three days for some women, and to some others, it takes a whole night of birth cramps, humming pains, and gnashing of teeth for her.

Birth pains in some cases bring about death for delivering mothers,even making many to give up! Isn't this an injurious abuse!!!