Presenter Information

Freddreika YoungerFollow

Location

Schewel 215

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 10:00 AM

Department

Criminology

Abstract

Human trafficking is affecting countries all over the globe. Research suggest that source countries of human trafficking are those that have high levels of poverty, which provides an environment of vulnerability for children. For clarity, child vulnerability in this research is operationalized as child soldering. The research design for this project is retrospective with data collected from the CIA World Factbook and the Department of State’s Human Trafficking in Persons Report. Results of this research may help to determine countries that are vulnerable for the trafficking of children.

Faculty Mentor

Kimberly McCabe

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Apr 4th, 10:00 AM

Exploring Demographics of Countries Related to Child Soldiering

Schewel 215

Human trafficking is affecting countries all over the globe. Research suggest that source countries of human trafficking are those that have high levels of poverty, which provides an environment of vulnerability for children. For clarity, child vulnerability in this research is operationalized as child soldering. The research design for this project is retrospective with data collected from the CIA World Factbook and the Department of State’s Human Trafficking in Persons Report. Results of this research may help to determine countries that are vulnerable for the trafficking of children.