關於Children in the past 的翻譯
Children in the past were regarded, in legal terms, as the property of their parents rather than as having individual entitlements to protection or rights. Their legal status was thus largely defined by family law. Child law seeking to challenge this developed during the nineteenth century in highly incoherent fashion in different areas of law. Legal restrictions upon child labour, for example, began to emerge, such as theFactories Act 1833 which prohibited employment in factories for children under the age of 9. There has historically been remarkably little consistency between laws regulating the age at which various acts become legal for young people. The law regulating young people’s involvement in sexual activity therefore developed largely independently of law regulating their other activities, tending to be governed by specific attitudes towards gender and sexuality.
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