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    better life. Traffickers are slowly luring them into the illegal business of human trafficking. Traffickers uses their sex slaves as bait to recruit younger girls into the business. There are about 27 million adults and 13 million children who are victims of human trafficking. A pimp can earn 20 times what they paid for a girl and sell her again for a greater price. A sex slave can usually cost $90-100. Human trafficking involves sex and labor but people…

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    To This Day Analysis

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    Brian Jimenez Ms.Cheyenne ELA(2nd) 10/24/17 “To This Day” The video “To this day” by Shane koyczan, based on the poem by the same name, reveals the permanence of the emotional damage bullying cause the victims. In addition, two interviews with the poet reveal his personal experience with bullying. Koyczan talks about how his nickname pork chop was first given to him by the kids at his school because of the reason that he thought pork chops and karate chops were the same thing. In the…

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    Cyberbullying, the practice of distressing people online by the use of technology, is the extension of human nature itself because the endeavor to purge cyberbullying is to deal with the human’s negativity. We cannot sever that negativities regardless how much effort we apply; however, we need to recognize that negativity will always mask itself in insults to online humiliation. The idea to extinguish cyberbullying would be idyllic if we could; however, our nature did not program us to become…

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    One of the sources used is The Guardian’s Mental health of children and young people ‘at risk in digital age’. This article discusses how social media has developed to revolve around individuals’ lives, specifically adolescents. The article further discusses the increase of self-harm, stress, and mental health issues; factors discussed in the article that potentially leads to cyberbullying include “sexting,” violent video games, harassment, and threats of violence. I will merge this source in my…

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    The New Slavery Summary

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    The New Slavery and disposal people in Europe and America I was wondering when I read the title “The New Slavery” chapter from the book of “Disposal People” by Kevin Style. The story reputation was on the circle life of young girl called Seba from Mali, working as home slave in France, Paris families. The first interesting article, which is, I read the freedom of seba by helping of her neighbor’s. Seba after realized becomes a freewoman and she able to write and to read after long…

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    Cyber Bullying is the use of an electronic device in order to bully, by sending threatening or even intimidating messages. In this modern age where all teenagers have access to technology it is now fairly common that bullying takes place even outside of school and into the digital world. Bullying and Cyber Bullying is no different than each other because the end result is harming the victim’s self-esteem or even their own character. Examples of cyber bullying include mean text messages or emails…

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    If the individual was the victim, the person might feel angry, spiteful or betrayed, which could impact the response. If the person is the offender, this individual might be trying to control the victim’s emotions by faking a sincere response. Potential statements craft the survey…

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    Jeomerial Case Study

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    REPORTER: The reporter/paternal grandmother (Mrs. Johnson) called with concerns for the victims, Daysha, Jasmine, and Jemerial. According to the reporter, the house is roach infested. There are roaches and maggots in the sink, roaches in the microwave and refrigerator, and mold, roaches, and dishes piled up in the garage. A couple of months ago, the reporter saw Jasmine, and she had a rash on her wrist and it looked like someone had burned half of her wrist off (around her fingers). Also, the…

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    Dangers Of Online Dating

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    seems like the perfect significant other, when they decided to meet, the other party turns out to be a murder, who has found their next victim. People cannot always trust a person online, since it’s so easy to construct a trusting and innocent image that can lead them to their death; by seeming like the perfect partner, rapists and murders have their pickings of victims just from online dating websites. Another danger in online dating is that personal information is online for many people to…

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    findings suggested that there was no difference in the levels of four fundamental needs after inclusion, regardless of the source of inclusion. In other words, they concluded that it does not matter who included the victim of ostracism, as the pain of exclusion tends to be healed if the victim senses social…

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