Female sex tourism

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  • Sex Tourism Essay

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    TO5101: Tourism systems analysis Sai kumar Nalla Student ID- 12325398 Executive summary: In the recent years Sex tourism is the most attracting and increasing sector in terms of tourism studies. There are increased research, paper work, books, articles and several magazines released in the market related to sex tourism. Today there are many forces at work in the normalization of the international sex industry (Jeffeys, 1997). As sex industry

  • Globalization Has Created A Tremendous Impact On The Lives Of Women And Men Globally

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    Within the past decades, globalization has created a tremendous impact on the lives of women and men globally. Globalization denotes the process in which economic, financial, and technical transactions between different countries and communities throughout the world are becoming increasingly interconnected (Pearson). Yet in the beginning of the millennium, contemporary globalization has additionally taken more of a human form, as it has integrated and interconnected a collectivistic mass culture

  • Is Cuba The Oldest Profession?

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    the Island. Most people will agree with the fact that prostitution is found in every country and in every culture around the world. Prostitution is considered to be the oldest profession. In Cuba prostitutes are called Jineteras referring to the females and Jineteros referring to the male. “The word “jinetera” is derived from the Spanish noun “jinete” (“horse rider”) and refers to a group of uncommonly well-dressed women who offer sexual services in exchange for money”(Pixable July18 2015). In Cuba

  • Global Sex Work Different Connotations For Different People

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    Global sex work different connotations for different people. For some women, it is about charting your own course and improving your life and that of your family. For others, it is about becoming chattel, another body used by whomever has the money to pay for it. For yet others, it is about marriage and migration, creating a life in a country that they believe is better suited to what they want out of life. The men involved with these women are also looking for different things. Some are looking

  • The Sensational Murder Of Helen Jewett

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    In the past few decades, a new stream of research has emerged in American crime and criminality. It entails the study of sensationalized murder stories. Such an inquiry is critical to understand Americans past in crime and criminality. Case studies such as the murder of Jewett are riveting thus creating a nuanced portrait of a historical moment. Such study paints a picture on important changes in American culture and society over time. With this in mind, the paper details the sensational murder of

  • Global Sex Work : More Educated Overseas Brides And Low Wage U.s. Husbands

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    Global sex work contains different connotations for different people. For some women, it is about charting your own course and improving your life and that of your family. For others, it is about becoming chattel, another body used by whomever has the money to pay for it. For yet others, it is about marriage and migration, creating a family in a country that they hope is better suited to what they want out of life. What is certain is that globalization, and related changes in cultures and economies

  • Innocents and Hope of Children Corrupted

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    It is common knowledge that children represent innocence and hope for the future. Many individuals, unfortunately, take advantage of such innocence and corrupt it. This corruption has taken place around the world with no end in sight. The corruption of children can take place in many forms, such as emotionally and psychologically but the most gruesome method is for sexual exploitation and pornography. Child pornography is historically extremely difficult to define. The first brush occurrence of

  • Essay on Children Sexual Exploitation in Thailand

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    Children sexual exploitation in Thailand: From 1962 Thailand became a destination for sex tourism due to the affluence of American military personnel in the country. The military used to go there during the Vietnam War in order to rest and distract themselves. From then on Thailand became a land of origin, transit and destination for children trafficking. Nowadays the number of Thai children involved in the sex industry is decreasing as a result of legislation, economical and educational improvements

  • The Issue Of Child Prostitution

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    children are being forced to revert to selling their bodies for money to survive. Tourists specially come to Sri Lanka for the purpose of finding a young prostitute, male or female. The main issue involving this unfortunate situation is that practically nothing is being done to resolve these practices. One of the effects of sex trafficking for children is that young girls and boys are being forced to live a life they never imagined for themselves. They are either being tricked into believing that they

  • Child Prostitution Should Not Be Punished For Their Children

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    prostitution population (CNN, 2009). In most cases, children are kidnapped and forced into prostitution or take part in what is known as “survival sex” to provide basic needs for their family. But what happens when a child prostitute finally comes across a police officer whom they believe have come to their rescue? They get arrested. Children forced into the sex trade should not be punished for their actions, but instead, should be provided with assistance to cope with the severe mental trauma they face

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