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pornography, it is increasing the access. As stated in Perry (2015), “Pornography consumption has become increasingly widespread among Americans, owing in large part to increase access and privacy provided by the internet” (Short et al., 2012, p.436). If people saw the wrong of the industry rather than seeing it as a free opportunity for their needs, the industry would lose money. The pornography industry is a multi-billion industry. The less demand will result in the less supply which could result in less victims of trafficking. Another way is having the knowledge to avoid getting persuade into act. People need to be educated on this problem. According to Majeed and Malik (2017), “victims are deceived by accepting the job offer, whole process from recruitment to reaching destination country is valid but they are deceived at destination” (p.454). Human traffickers know who to seek. They look for weak, helpless, easy people. Human traffickers persuade just as a kidnapper. We grow up taught about potential kidnaps and their tricks to avoid. We need to keep those cautions high. People need to be more aware on this situation and know the signs. There are many groups and organizations all around the world that are trying to help fight against human trafficking. Human trafficking cannot be over looked, it needs to be stopped. It starts with the people. According to Hernandez and Rudolph (2015) there are three main scenarios which facilitate the process of human trafficking. First, victims incur debt from the traffickers and when fail to repay after going abroad are exploited at destination country. Seconds, victims are deceived by accepting the job offer, whole process from recruitment to reaching destination country is valid but they are deceived at destination. Third, victims are kidnapped and exploited” (Majeed & Malik, 2017, p. 454). It is a persuasive act people fall for.
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