Sex Trafficking In China

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International Sex Trafficking Of Chinese Women Demand Wonders and Michalowski (2001) carefully defined sex tourism as “the convergence between prostitution and tourism. It links the global and the local and draws attention to both the production and consumption of sexual service. These women are often promised lucrative, legitimate jobs in Asia that fail to materialize and are subsequently enslaved and trafficked by international organized crime to various destinations around the world. For example, the high demand for ethnic Chinese women in sex work causes a large number of Chinese girls to be trafficked from China to Netherlands and Germany. It occur when male are traveling to watch match, at the same time they use a temporary prostitute…show more content…
According to government standards, the number of poor people in China accounted for over 82 million people by the end of 2013. But according to international standards, there are still over 200 million people suffer from poverty China. Poverty is one factor in china. Poverty encompasses various dimensions which includes lack of access to basic services, insecurity in daily life, disempowerment as human agency, and the inability to speak out with dignity. Furthermore, lack of education limits the women from getting better earning opportunities, making them even more vulnerable to exploitation. This because the population cause they have to compete with each other to get a better life. Based on data, Unemployment Rate in China remained unchanged at 4.10 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014 from 4.10 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014. Unemployment Rate in China averaged 4.13 percent from 2002 until 2014, reaching an all time high of 4.30 percent in the fourth quarter of 2003 and a record low of 3.90 percent in the third quarter of 2002. Unemployment Rate in China is reported by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the PRC. (Trading economic ,…show more content…
These migrants are often without documents because they are unable to legally migrate within China. This leaves many unidentifiable women vulnerable to sex trafficking (Conoway, 2010). This show that women, in desperate situations jobless. The economic liberalization and the jobless that followed ultimately contributed to a large surge in sex trafficking as another source of income for unemployed men (Conoway ,2010). Poverty among people also make women in desperate to find the job to survive in daily life. Through the hardship of living, they began to migrate to other countries. They are also willing to migrate to another country without permission. They entered through illegal means. Through undocumented status, various parties like the trafficker try to use opportunity to the women and sell them into sex work. This show that, how poverty can increasing sex exploitation of
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