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Human Trafficking and Society
A look at human trafficking and it's impact on society.
# 113329 | 2,914 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Mar 27, 2009 in Political Science (General) , Criminology (General)

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This paper examines the history of human trafficking as well as the moral and legal obligations and the impact of human trafficking on the global community and its impact on the United States' foreign policy. The author discusses the difficulties that these immigrants endure and how they are victimized because of their poverty, lack of language fluency and misperceptions of laws. In closing, the paper examines the impact that human trafficking has on members of society and the solutions to the issue from a criminal justice standpoint.

History of Human Trafficking
New Drivers of Human Trafficking Crimes
Societal and Health Implications
Examination of the Demand and Supply
Solutions for Coping with Human Trafficking Crimes
The Three P's Of Anti-Trafficking Responses
Summary and Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Human trafficking crimes are as old as mankind itself however as the world has become more globalized so has too the trafficking of human beings. This work examines the history of human trafficking and the moral and legal obligations of society in addressing these crimes. Furthermore, this work examines the impact of human trafficking on the global community; the impact that human trafficking has on U.S. foreign policy and the impact that human trafficking has on the criminal justice system and possible solutions for addressing trafficking of human beings."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Plant, Roger (2003) Economic and Social Dimensions of Human Trafficking: Broadening the Perspective. Second Preparatory Seminar for the Eleventh OSCE Economic Forum, 17-18 Feb 2003. International Labour Office.
  • Clawson, H.J., Dutch, N. and Cumming, M (2006) Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking and the Implications for Victims: Current Practices and Lessons Learned. December 2006. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC
  • International Conference on Measuring Human Trafficking Complexities and Pitfalls (2005) International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations and the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Program in cooperation with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime/UNODC Vienna. Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy 2-4 December 2005. Online available at:
  • The Human and National Security Implications of Climate Change (2007) Center for Unconventional Security Affairs at the University of California Irvine. Environmental Security. Online available at:
  • Nakache, Delphine (nd) Challenge Paper on Justice and the Intersections of Diversity. Online available at:

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