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Child Prostitution And Pornography In Southeast Asia - 1,741 words
Child pornography and prostitution are two of the most disturbing issues in the world today. Millions of children, in virtually every country in the world, become victims of sexual exploitation. Access to child pornography and prostitution in Southeast Asia has increased during the 1990s due to the lack of government legislation and enforcement protecting children. Japan is the worlds global leader of child pornography on the Internet, whereas Thailand is famous for its sex tourism industry. Most if the children who fall victims to this horrible industry are forced by their parents to help pay off the family debt. Child pornography is the consequence of the exploitation or sexual abuse again ...
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What Are The Problems Associated With Child Prostitution? - 604 words
Everyday millions of innocent children are forced to do jobs, not of their own free will but as a result of poverty especially in third world countries. These children often resort to options of labor or even more extreme prostitution. So what is one to do when one is poor, young and in a third world country? There are several options available to chose from ; asking for essentials materials a (food, shelter and clothing) from richer people/countries, suffering and struggling to survive or sell their bodies for a little money. Unfortunately many chose this last option, which could be dangerous and harmful to them. First world countries should assist in aiding third would countries to elimina ...
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The History Of The Internet - 1,191 words
... d a lot of samples for you to listen to easily. The Internet was made for everyone no matter what a person is interested in. It is possible for someone to buy clothing without leaving their home. Designers like Calvin Klein have webpages in which clothing can be purchased by just supplying a credit card number. The Internet can help with a lot of problems. If something were to go wrong with your computer, they're are chat rooms available that have many people in them to help fix the computer, as long as it is something within reason. Internet in the classroom is an excellent thing. The Internet is very colorful so it keeps students attention. It is very simple to use, so no special train ...
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Sex Tourism In Thailand - 1,408 words
... view, p. 2). The Manipulation of the Spread of Information by the Government: Despite the immeasurable damage that the sex trade has caused the people of Thailand the government has refused to take an active role in controlling it. In the name of prosperity the Thai government has reduced its focus on matters relating to tourism to exclude everything that is not strictly an economic function (Bishop, p. 66). In essence the Thai government feels justified in sacrificing an entire generation of women and children for economic development. THAI International, a government funded agency, addressed the problems associated with the AIDS epidemic and the sex trade, not as a threat to the nation ...
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Impact Of Child Abuse - 1,638 words
The impact of abuse reaches all levels of a childs emotions. The two most common emotions are confusion and guilt. Confusion is usually the initial reaction of the child. They will usually wonder what is going on or if this is right or wrong. For a young child these types of questions can be a huge burden on their physcological development. Once the abuse begins the victim experience a tremnedous conflict with their emotions. They feel pleasant due to the attention they are recieving from the parent, as well as the sensual pleasure. On the other hand they experience pain, guilt, and anger for what is being done to them. The questionif this is right or wrong is the greatest conflict within th ...
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Stop Child Abuse - 1,524 words
This article is one of the most awful veracity based and the most realistic researched based article, which I have ever written in my life. This article has created many hindrances in my personal matters too while working for it. Even the research has made me to lost some of my known people, because they think that it is wrong to find about the bitter realities. I worked on this article for the social cause and I damn care for others who didnt want me to write this awareness article in order to alert the young generation of our society about this abusive issue. I want to prepare youngsters for their future to deal which such incidents with dare. I have done 2 years of extensive research on t ...
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Child Porn - 383 words
The child sex trade has been traditionally identified with underdeveloped third-world countries; particularly in Southeast Asia, where the cheap prices, ready availability of underage prostitutes and lax law enforcement have attracted Western sex tourists. However, the child sex trade is ever present in even the most civilised and advanced countries, and is an age-old problem that has long been underestimated. Thomas Sancton, in his article Preying on the Young intends to expose the brutality of the child sex trade, bringing to the attention the reader the globularity of the pornography that exploits childrens innocence. He also expresses his disgust towards the crimes of Marc Dutroux, a man ...
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Human Nature In The Lord Of The Flies And Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde - 1,118 words
With reference to the title, this essay will attempt to demonstrate Goldings philosophy, that evil is a natural part of every human being. The origins of his work will be examined, such as his schoolteacher background, and the influences of his war time service. Similarly, Stevensons accusation that society is to blame for mans evil will be discussed. The influences on this author will be shown to include his own Calvinist upbringing, his own past experiences, such as his observations of Victorian society, and his own fascination with duplicity. Detailed analysis of characters, language, symbolism, location, and the historical and social context in which both stories take place, will be also ...
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Prostitution - 1,183 words
Historically, although prostitution has been viewed as a threat to the moral order and a danger to public health, the state has tended to legislate for the regulation of prostitution, rather than introducing measures focussed on its elimination. Even early Christian societies did not seek to eliminate prostitution, with the Church fathers justifying this stance by asserting that 'Sewers are necessary to guarantee the wholesomeness of palaces.' (quoted by de Beauvoir, 1974, 618). St Augustine was adamant that prostitution should be recognised as a necessary social evil, arguing, Suppress prostitution and capricious lusts will overthrow society. (cited in Roberts, 1992, 61). His stance was pre ...
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Prostitution - 1,155 words
... s resulted in a split, two-tiered sex industry evolving, with a tightly controlled legal sector operating alongside a large and often vulnerable illegal sector (Dobinson, 1992, cited in Sullivan, 1999). Thus one group of workers hold positions in the state-approved brothels, often claiming that they work in virtual slave-like conditions for the privilege of being 'state approved'. Those who cannot obtain employment in the licensed brothels work instead in the illicit underground sex industry where their insecure legal status renders them vulnerable to exploitation, harassment and organised crime (Arnot, 2002). Both the legal and illegal sectors are said to have expanded since the legisla ...
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Prostitution - 1,199 words
... 'very young, female, casually employed and thoroughly stigmatised by their work' (ibid., 12). Five years after the Act was introduced, the New South Wales Attorney General and the Minister for Urban Affairs and Planning established the Brothels Task Force. Its brief was to monitor the regulation of brothels by local councils and to assess the success of occupational health and safety programmes for sex workers, their clients and the public (Brothels Task Force, 2001). The Task Force was asked to review the success of the legislative changes made five years previously and assess the need for additional reforms. Membership of the Task Force appears to have been restricted to representativ ...
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