Sex Trafficking Argumentative Essay by Quality Writers

Sex Trafficking
This paper is written in the form of a debate that covers both sides of the human sex trafficking issue.
# 104100 | 2,005 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Jun 02, 2008 in Criminology (Public and Crime) , Gender and Sexuality (General) , English (Argument)


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Description:

This paper presents the opening statement of the debate that human sex trafficking as an accepted part of society and human sex trafficking can be addressed with success in the social order. The author contends that, while the argument suggesting that sex trafficking cannot be addressed effectively in society does have merit, the strength of the argument supporting an end to sex trafficking is supported by greater evidence. The paper concludes that through government intervention, public participation and an aggressive approach to the issue, sex trafficking can be ended in society without question.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Statement Accepting the Issue
Statement in Opposition
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"According to Matthews, the sex trafficking business is supported by conditions in society that are detrimental to human existence (sec. 1). Poverty, homelessness and hunger are only a few of these conditions. These factors serve to support sex trafficking because often times children leave their homes and become part of the sex trafficking trade because they are promised a better life than they presently know. Parents sell their children to sex traffickers in many countries because the prices that are offered will provide food for the remaining siblings. "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • In fight to prevent abuse of women and children, researchers expand focus to include human trafficking. Harvard. 2007. 1 May 2007. <http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/now/20070427/silverman.html>Introduction. PBS. 1 May 2007. <http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/slaves/etc/synopsis.html>
  • Jonas, Susanne. "Reflections on the Great Immigration Battle of 2006 and the Future of the Americas". Social Justice. 33.1: 6+.
  • Landesman, Peter. "The Girls Next Door: How Sex Trafficking Works". The New York Times. 2004. 1 May 2007. <http://www3.baylor.edu/~Charles_Kemp/sex_trafficking_details.htm>
  • Link between prostitution and sex trafficking, The. Bureau of Public Affairs. 2004. 1 May 2007. <http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/rls/38790.htm>
  • Matthews, Stacy. "International trafficking in Children: Will New U.S. Legislation Provide an Ending to the Story?". Houston Journal of International Law. 27.3: 649+.

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