alexa Abstract | Criminological Explanation of Trafficking in Women and Children in India
ISSN: 2375-4435

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access
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Abstract

Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of transfer, commercial sexual exploitation, forced labour and it is known as a modern-day form of slavery. Trafficking violates all known standards of human rights and dignity of human. It violates the right to health, right to liberty, right to equality and security of person. The findings indicate poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, urbanisation and weak legislation as factors behind human trafficking.

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Author(s): Avanish Bhai Patel

Keywords

Poverty, Unemployment, Illiteracy, Urbanization, Trafficking, Child and Family Protection, Community Based Corrections, Conflict Resolution, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Developmental Theories of Crime, Environmental Sociology, Organized Crime,Racial Discrimination, Restorative Justice, Sex Offending,Social Movements, Social Policy, Sociology, Women and Crime, Women Harassment, Analytical Sociology, Popular culture, Secondary socialisation, Economics, Social and global media

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