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    Speaker Analysis of Human Trafficking Rhonda Hendrickson, the director of the YWCA in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania visited Shippensburg University November 16th and gave a presentation about human trafficking. Ms. Hendrickson stated that although it is not seem to be a large problem in the United States, human tracking is now considered to be one of the fasted growing criminal industries. This is not only true in the United States, but for the entire world. The only illegal practice that has a…

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    Views on human trafficking range from bad to worse in all states. It is often evaluated as a world-wide crime and official sites suggest that there are at least 12.3 million victims of human trafficking in the world and 300,000 of them happen to be in the United States. Human trafficking, not only does it have personal and psychological effects on society and is illegal, enables the movement of immigrants across borders and provides easy income for organized crime group and even…

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    In an article entitled “Tessa’s Story: Human Trafficking in America,” Venus Rodriguez tells the story of Tessa, a seven year old girl who was raped by her father and survived by viewing her body as not a part of herself. When she was a teenager, she was befriended by a guy named Jared who flattered her, bought her gifts, and made her feel special. She had no idea he was a pimp and that she would soon be on the street selling her body. Jared would withhold food if she did not meet her quota.…

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    Human Trafficking: A Rapidly Growing Issue Maryam was 17 years old when she found herself living in Kazakhstan dreaming of a better life. Her family was not wealthy nor were they poor. But Maryam wanted to travel; she wanted to see the world. After months of coaxing, her parents gave in and let her take an employment position as a shop assistant, 1,190 miles away in Samara, Russia. The man recruiting Maryam to the new position was named Dastan. He paid her mother and father 300 dollars,…

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    Human trafficking has become one of the worlds most renowned national crimes that are increasingly being committed today. Since the year 2012 there have been over 40,000 cases of human trafficking that are reported (Miller and Wasileski 302). Those numbers do not include the number of human trafficking cases that goes unreported daily. Research supports the statistics that 21% of the 40,000 cases of human trafficking are of underage females. And of those 40,000 human trafficking cases, 13% of…

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    The topic of figuring out and understanding the determinants of human trafficking can be very difficult as well as extremely time consuming. Since human trafficking is an underground business, it is not easily accessed (Jac-Kucharski, 2012). Many victims of human trafficking do not come forth to discuss their victimization, due to the fear of the traffickers (Jac-Kucharski, 2012). Due to this, my research design will be of existing data research. I will examine the different cases that have…

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    A form of slavery that exists today is called human trafficking. This article describes human trafficking as the exploitation and forced labor of humans to provide sexual related services such as prostitution and pornography. A vast amount of human trafficking victims are women and girls while men and boys account to a smaller portion. The article states that in 2014 across the globe…

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    To encourage you to look beyond what just meets the eye and to help find, rescue and rehabilitate human trafficking victims. Human trafficking has become one of the most notorious human rights violations. Human trafficking is a modern day euphemism for slavery. It can be defined by the illegal trade or sale of human beings for sexual exploitation or forced labor through abduction, the use or threat of force, deception and fraud. It knows no gender, race,…

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    facilitates for any identified human trafficking victim to be able to expunge some enumerated criminal violations. This provision is subject to some requirements, including the alleged victim had committed these crimes while she was under the control of the alleged trafficker (Nova 2013.) Florida Statute 772.104 provides some civil remedies to the victims of human trafficking as well. The victims of this crime could ask in civil…

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    Introduction: I believe human trafficking is morally wrong, not only because it is another form of degrading a human, but also that it happens to children is something that is morally outrageous. In order to increase awareness of the major societal problem of human trafficking is focusing on the high demand and the need for the demand and stop blaming victims for putting them selves in situations victim find themselves in. As a society we need to ask ourselves who benefits from trafficking…

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