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This journal article examines the issue of minor sex trafficking in the U.S and provides the reader with the results of the research that was conducted on the matter at hand. A data analysis consisting of 115 minor sex trafficking was thoroughly examined and studied. The information surrounding these cases was collected using two specific methods. One method included the reviewing of press releases of human trafficking cases issued by the Department of Justice. The second method was to obtain information via online searches of media reports.
This study examines the research that initially began on October 28, 2000 and spanned through to October 31, 2009. If a human trafficking case occurred in the US, with the victim being under the age of 18, and at least one arrested, indicted or convicted felon, their case would be filed in the data analysis report. This research resulted in the finding of 115 separate incidents of human trafficking, involving at least 153 victims and 215 felons or perpetrators, 117 (53.4%) of them being convicted of their heinous actions. Each individual case consisted of anywhere between 1 to 9 victims of trafficking. 90% of these victims were females between the ages of 5 to 17 years who were held captive from less than 6 months to 5 years. 25 (16.3%) of these minors were exploited through some type of false promise and 15 (9.8%) were kidnapped. 34 (22.2%) of the victims were abused through com...
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...ited book chapter provides the reader with an overview of the current anti-trafficking efforts in Japan. Human trafficking is seen as a dark stain on globalisation and it has vastly grown to become a problematic area of international organised criminal activity.
The Working Group on Contemporary Forms of Slavery monitors the application of slavery laws, conventions, and situations in each country. Each year, a theme was selected by the group in order promote awareness on the matter. Prevention of the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography was selected as a theme in 1989, followed by eradication of the exploitation of child labour and debt bondage in 1990, and prevention of trafficking in persons and exploitation of the prostitution of others in 1991.
The significance of this publication is to promote awareness on the issue of sex trafficking.
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