Human trafficking cannot be over looked it needs to be stopped Society needs to

Human trafficking cannot be over looked it needs to

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made aware of the facts and the dangers that are out there to prevent human trafficking. We need to learn what signs to look for in order to identify human trafficking, so that we can help prevent it. We need to be educated on this problem. We need to know more about human trafficking, howit works, and the dangers that are out there for the victims of this crime. Working with our youth,as well as adults, can help stop human trafficking because it will be informed to many on how to avoid the act and how to save someone in the act. We need to educate each other on the strive to stop human trafficking. Stricter laws around prostitution may be the answer, but that is debatable.“One approach to these forms of sexual behavior, then, would be to attempt to rid society of them by criminalizing them. This has been tried with prostitution and, to a lesser extent, pornography. It has not worked—both behaviors flourish. In addition, many people are hurt unfairly by punishment for their choice of a sexual outlet with another consenting adult. Furthermore, such criminalization seems unjustified because these sexual behaviors involve few negative consequences for society (Sullivan, 2015, p. 338).” In my view, putting more focus on the human trafficking is where we need to impose stricter laws and harsher punishment, for thosecaught working in this industry, for those that our found to be taking advantage of women, children, and even men for us in slavery, prostitution, and other areas where human trafficking is popular. References6
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Social Problem Analytic Framework: Human TraffickingDictionary.com. (2018). Retrieved from Reese, B. (2015). Holding on to clarity: reconciling the federal kidnapping statute with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Michigan Law Review, (2), 275. ?direct=true&db=edsgao&AN=edsgcl.434320905&site=eds-live&scope=siteRichmond, J. C. (2017). Federal human trafficking review: An analysis & recommendations from the 2016 legal developments. Wake Forest Law Review, 52(2), 293-358. ?direct=true&db=bth&AN=124408255&site=eds-live&scope=siteShigekane, R. (2007). Rehabilitation and community integration of trafficking survivors in the united states. Human Rights Quarterly, 29(1), 112-0_2. doi: Sullivan, T. J. (2015). Introduction to Social Problems (10th ed.). Retrieved From: Pearson 2015 Academic. ISBN1-32-58744-6: Grand Canyon University: -problems_ebook_10e.php7
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