C131+Z08+SEX+TRAFFICKING

C131+Z08+SEX+TRAFFICKING - 1. 2. SEX TRAFFICKING 1. Supply...

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1. 2. SEX TRAFFICKING 3. Sex trafficking industry. 5. Macroeconomic factors. 7. Military involvement. 8. Societal consequences. 3. SEX TRAFFICKING: THE SUPPLY. trafficking. Example: the former Soviet states. 4. For some countries, the sex trade is a significant part of the national economy. Philippines. • Estimated annual profits: Cambodia, $511M; Japan, $400M; Israel, $ $450M. • Estimated annual gross income in Japan from Thai sex workers: $3.3B. 5. THE TRAFFICKING INDUSTRY gangs to smuggling rings to loosely associated networks. 6. Not likely to have rigid structure. Participation for some might be sporadic. Participants might not be affiliated with an identifiable organization. Participants might not have any criminal record. 7. NETWORKS ARE WELL SUITED FOR GLOBAL BUSINESS. Trafficking operations: • Maneuver readily across those differences.
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2008 for the course CRM LAW SC 131 taught by Professor Bickford during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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C131+Z08+SEX+TRAFFICKING - 1. 2. SEX TRAFFICKING 1. Supply...

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