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The paper states that slavery in the form of human sex trade trafficking still exists. The paper comments that the United States is the second most trafficked destination for women caught in the sex trade. The paper records that the problem of sex trafficking has called many non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments and researchers to discover the facts involved in the practice. This paper shows the extent and complexity of the problem, who is involved, where it happens, and what is being done. The paper proceeds by highlighting the extent that politics and regional conditions affect the sex trade. The paper questions the effect this trade has on government and what the government has done to curb this problem.This paper also identifies what information is available to answer these questions.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Schauer, E.J., and Elizabeth M. Wheaton. "Sex Trafficking Into the United States: A Literature Review." Criminal Justice Review 31.2(2006): 146-69.
- Soderlund, Gretchen. "Running from the Rescuers: New U.S. Crusades Against Sex Trafficking and the Rhetoric of Abolition." NWSA Journal 17.3(2005): 64-87.
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Sex Trafficking (2008, December 10) Retrieved April 07, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/sex-trafficking-109909/
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