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    interactions with civilian women led to a vast amount of prostitution throughout South Vietnam that proved difficult…

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    Drug Use And Prostitution

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    “pathway” from needle to prostitution. Research has however found different results every time an attempt has been to determine the exact role of drug use in prostitution. Is the use of drugs a causal factor or a consequence of the profession? In this paper, my intent is to try to show that though there exists undeniable link between drug use and prostitution, there simply is not enough evidence to generally explain the use of drugs by prostitutes whether it be pre or post prostitution.…

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    Prostitution is an occupation that has always existed and always will exist. It is something that starts in the street and ends at the cheapest hotel. This is also one of the oldest professions to exist, known more commonly in the past as escorting. Escorts were not very uncommon in the past, the police did not enforce the law as much either, making it easier for prostitute to openly be out in public. Interpretations of prostitution have affected a wide range of people; from those needing a…

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    There are many effects prejudices have on both historical and modern societies. These prejudices are apparent in Price of Love and La Traviata, where the female protagonists are each harshly judged by society for their professions. Montaigne thoroughly addressed such prejudices and decoded societal perceptions of “barbarous” acts. Modern societies as a whole, however, are often quick to place judgements without offering resolutions. In both Price of Love and La Traviata, the female protagonists…

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    Tal Usvyatsky Period 2 Therapist Report Holden Caulfield’s Problems In the juxtaposition of Holden Caulfield and the average adolescent, many of Holden’s prominent traits are abnormal and rather disconcerting. Holden’s depression and fixation on innocence are byproducts of the loss of his brother, Allie. Additionally, Holden’s dislike for social standards fuels his nonconformist attitude and ultimately furthers his feelings of depression. Equally as troublesome is Holden’s difficulty in…

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    Effects Of Sex Trafficking

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    The Internet: And Its Effects On The Sex Trafficking Industry. “Aija is a young, attractive Latvian who desires to earn a living and escape the difficulties of her life at home. She finds an internet Cafe and posts a job application expressing a desire for work as a dancer in Denmark. Almost immediately, she receives a reply reading, "Hey Aija! You need no experience. If you wish, you can come this week.” She is given additional information to fly to Copenhagen, pose as a tourist, and take…

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    Human Trafficking Summary

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    Human Trafficking is a problem that is present everywhere including in the United States. Indeed, Logan, Walker, and Hunt (2009) affirm that human trafficking is prevalent and exist in the United States by analyzing nine cases of human trafficking in the United States. Human trafficking is presented in different forms including labor trafficking and sex trafficking. The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 defines sex trafficking as “a commercial sex act is induced by force…

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    In the work Trying Neaira by Debra Hamel she delivers the story of Neaira. Neaira was a prostitute in a Greek brothel around the 4th century BC. During her life she moved up in the ranks and became a courtesan for the powerful men in Greek society. She later gained the fancy of a wealthy Athenian man named Stephanos, and had an almost thirty year relationship with him. This however was not approved of by Athenian society and she is taken to court being accused of breaking Athens marriage laws at…

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    Exploration and analysis of the topic Sex trafficking Introduction Sex trafficking has been known to be a complex situation driven or created by economic, social and cultural factors found within a given society. Some of these factors are meant for specific patterns exercised in sex trafficking. There are various patterns that are generally found in sex trafficking in varied regions. The major factor is the victim 's desire to migrate and this eventually leads to exploitation (Bernat, 2011).…

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    Media Rape Culture

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    THE MEDIA AND RAPE CULTURE The lines of sexual assault and rape have become blurred through the media. While the drive for sex may come from hormones and other biological factors, the entitlement that male college students have derives from social cues and media representation of masculinity. In her book Fraternity Gang Rape, author Peggy Sandy comments that “those men who object to this kind of behavior run the risk of being labeled as ‘wimps’ or, even worse in their eyes, ‘gays’ or ‘faggots’.…

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