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    is often due to parents who are physically and emotionally absent, as well as abusers that may be in the child’s life. “Among all CSEC victims, 90% had experienced some form of abuse – physical, sexual, or a combination of both – before their exploitation.” (Shapiro, 2014). Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children is often referred to as CSEC. As a result, children are often coerced by pimps and recruiters of sex trafficking by gaining their trust. This is a world-wide issue that reaches into

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    that the family will benefit from remitted income. But in practice, recruiters often indebt their victims with hefty recruitment and travel fees, and take advantage of victims ' unfamiliarity with foreign laws and culture. Thus the commercial sexual exploitation of children offers traffickers increasingly large profits with lessening risk. With human life valued at an all-time low in many countries as populations increase, internet grants greater access to children and previously unattainable profits

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    rise of instances in the exploitation of minors. The most widespread and upsetting of these is child sexual exploitation (hereafter "CSE"). However with greater power comes even greater responsibility, not only for individuals but the masses at large to help change and understand the phenomenon of juvenile prostitution, trafficking in children for sexual purposes and child pornography. This has emerged as increasingly significant social issues within the global

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    with the sexual exploitation of youth? R. v. Barabash, 2015 SCC 29 [Barabash] is a circumstantial case that centres on concerns of privacy rights involving private use, child pornography, as well as regarding the establishments of exploitation and consent. Barabash involved two fourteen year old girls who were runaways, dependant on drugs and involved in prostitution. According to Statistics Canada (2008) at the time of this case, youth aged 12 to 14 were twice as likely to experience sexual violence

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    Sexual Slavery in America Sex Slavery defined- Sexual slavery is slavery for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Sexual slavery may involve single-owner sexual slavery; ritual slavery, sometimes associated with certain religious practices, such as ritual servitude in Ghana, Togo and Benin. • Concubinage was a traditional form of sexual slavery in many cultures, in which women spent their lives in sexual servitude. In some cultures, concubines and their children had distinct rights and legitimate

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    The articles discuss the risk and protective factors of child human trafficking and child sexual exploitation, suggesting that child abuse assessments and treatments should be modified to reflect child trafficking victims due to the victim’s subjective experiences. According to Fong and Cardoso (2010), internationally, each year 1 to 2 million children are trafficked, with an average age of 13 to 14 years old. Children who are at higher risk for trafficking coupled with prostitution are likely

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    The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children proposed an international commitment to prevent the exploitation of children in pornography, trafficking, prostitution, and other crimes of a sexual nature. They suggested the commitment in late 2001, and they committed to improving local, regional, national, and international laws to help combat sexual crimes against minor children. They developed laws to coordinate agencies and push for laws that help prosecute anyone conducting illegal activities

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    Pacific has defined child sexual abuse as: “ Contacts or interactions between a child and an older or more knowledge child or adult ( a stranger, sibling or person in a position of authority, such as a parent or a caretaker) when the child is being used as an object of gratification for an older child's or adult's sexual needs. These contacts or interactions are carried out against the child using force, trickery, bribes, threats or pressure.” 1 Child sexual exploitation includes a variety of activities

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    Sexual exploitation is becoming more and more mainstream in advertisements. Everyone knows that sex sells. Especially Carl’s Jr. They have developed a reputation with their salacious ad campaigns, often depicting women in very revealing attires. In their recent advertisement for the 2015 Super Bowl, it features model Charlotte Mckinney where she is baring almost everything. There is more to the commercial than just boobs and burgers. The use of Mckinney’s body as a sexual object is discriminating

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    Sexual Exploitation Near You While researching sexual exploitation, I have learned that sexual exploitation occurs all throughout the United States frequently. The more I researched, the more occurrences of child sexual exploitation I found. I discovered that children are often tricked into being sexually exploited by predators. Predators trick children by showing affection, pretending to care about the victim, engaging in false relationships, or threatening the victim. Granted that when children

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