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  • Summary: The Decriminalization Of Prostitution

    legalized prostitution from the year 2003 to 2009, it gave criminologists, and sociologist the opportunity to study the effect of having prostitution be legal (Hong, 2014). Studies done by Scott Cunningham and Manish Shah showed that there were 824, about 31%, decrease of reported rapes (Decriminalizing Indoor Prostitution: Implications for Sexual Violence and Public Health,…

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  • Legalizing Prostitution Persuasive Essay

    people believe prostitution is a fountainhead of vice that leads to crimes like rape and adultery. However, prostitution is grounded in vital freedoms, and there will always be a market for it, thus prostitution legislation is necessary for our new colony. Our new colony should permit and regulate voluntary prostitution because legalizing prostitution requires the freedom of jurisdiction over your own body, freedom of privacy, and the right to attain justice. Voluntary prostitution is a…

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  • Legalizing Prostitution Case Study

    legalizing prostitution, Jake and I take the stance on keeping the current laws on the matter. Stricter laws need to be put in place which prevent prostitution. Prostitution can lead to many different types of crimes. Human trafficking can result from the legalization, which in turn could lead to the rise of organized crimes. Over 60% of abuse towards prostitutes comes from the clients, with 20% coming from police and another 20 coming from abusive relationships. One possible route for…

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  • Legalization Of Prostitution Case Study

    Jane Dowe was a girl from Lorain County-suburb in Ohio who became addicted to heroin and forced into prostitution because of car accident when she was 14. In the accident her arm was shattered and she had six surgeries to fix it. She spent two weeks on morphine. Due to her pain, the hospital prescribed pain killers. She would take the pills until she needed a refill. When the prescription ended, she turned to the streets to support her addiction. When she could no longer afford the pills, she…

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  • Legalizing Prostitution Debate Summary

    Science department at the University of Texas of the Permain Basin located in Odessa, Texas wrote the article "Legalization of Prostitution is a Violation of Human Rights". This article was written on June 1, 2011 and was published by the National Lawyers Guild Review. The intended audience is for the people who are looking to be enlightened on the subject matter of prostitution and trafficking around the world. There is evidence in this article that supports the interpretations made by the…

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  • Sex Trafficking Research Papers

    force more new girls into prostitution to fulfill johns demand as Joan said. Johns are really selfish because they just care about their own protection only without even caring about the victims. “Due to the greater likelihood of younger…

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  • Decriminalization Of Prostitution

    profession for that matter is Prostitution. Prostitution is the practice or occupation of engaging in a sexual activity with someone for money or other valuable things. Although there are many different forms of prostitution, the two main categories are indoor and street prostitution. An indoor prostitution includes, conducting sexual activity at the client’s house, hotel room, or any other indoor places. Where the other form of prostitution is called street prostitution, where customers are…

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  • Human Trafficking In Asian Countries

    “Bangladesh is a source and transit country for forced labor and prostitution to India, Pakistan, and the Middle East” ( Most of the people crossing the border into Bangladesh are looking for work that doesn’t even exist and are tricked by traffickers who have paid off the border guards. Girls that find…

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  • Nefarious: Merchant Of Souls: Documentary Analysis

    their identity in Christ. The film crew traveled to different countries documenting numerous of trafficking, prostitution, and corruption. In certain countries human trafficking is a common thing and numerous of girls and women are sold into sex slavery. In the film, it showed a range of social problems that included women being abused or prostitution. It was a social norm to see child prostitution in certain countries where families sold their own child into. This film brought awareness of the…

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  • Essay On Underage Prostitution

    Many people are willing to take the risk to fight underage prostitution, so they can rescue victims and provide them safe environment. In the same article, Kimberly states, “One of the most obvious necessities, and a struggle encountered by victim service providers across the country, is finding appropriate, safe housing for victims, because simply too few protective shelters exist to fully meet the needs of this population” (184). In addition to the lack of shelters as Kimberly says, there are…

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