1 Human Trafficking Armani Foster SOC-220
Human trafficking is still a huge problem that we have to deal with now in our society. Trafficking is something that needs to be confronted quickly and prevented as soon as possible. Not being able to stop the problem from the source only lets the trafficking continue until the root of the problem is ended. Human trafficking goes down as one of the more serious forms of human abuse through men, women and also children. Problem Statement Human trafficking is an epidemic that is bigger than people expect. This problem is global and an issue going around the world continuously growing because of the demand. The definition of human trafficking is the trading of humans without their consent being forced into extreme labor, sexual slavery or commercial. Human trafficking is taking someone free of will and forcing them to do things no normal person would want to do and is against the law. Statistics show that almost every country loses thousands of men, women, and children become they fall victim to human trafficking. When they are captured they are forced to have sex or to do labor the average person wouldn’t have to do. Many people don’t understand that after being kidnapped and tortured to do things that they didn’t want do messes with their mind. Psychological destruction causes these victims to move completely different making it harder for them to move around in the real world. Moving on, looking at the aspect of human trafficking it affects more than just people socially but also economically Looking at it through this perspective no one wants to live or work in an area that’s being known for trafficking. With it being so common around the world
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- Fall '14