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  • Josephine Butler Josephine Butler
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    Josephine Butler Josephine Butler, the daughter of John and Hannah Grey, was born in 1828. Her father was a strong advocate of social reform, and played a significant role in the campaign for the 1832 reform act. Josephine grew up to share her father's religious and moral principles and his strong dislike of inequality and injustice. In 1852, Josephine married George Butler. George had similar views to that of Josephine. In there first five years of marriage they had four children. In 1863, Eva,...
  • Racial Profiling
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    Racial Profiling is the act to draw or shape or bring outside its original or aphis. Racial Profiling has been around for years and still is a subject that doesn't lose it structure. It should not be mixed in with Stereotyping, because they are two different things. This type of profiling includes many different areas where it can take place in. Thus as in the military, school, television, media, music and last of not least law enforcement. Racial Profiling does not just happen to black people b...
  • Person's View On Prostitution
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    Perspectives on Prostitution Beginning around 1910, many religious and civic organizations in the United States started to develop a nationwide campaign against the immorality of prostitution. Although the government and other organizations may view prostitution as an immoral act, depending on a person's social perspective, he or she may view prostitution as being acceptable in today's society. On the other hand, a person may see prostitution as an immoral display. This once again depends on the...
  • Data On Trafficking And Prostitution The
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    Trafficking in women is clearly a both a human rights and a development issue. Apart from the human, social and economic costs of the sex industry, the spread of venereal diseases and HIV / AIDS, prostitution deprives women of the opportunity to pursue education and to achieve their full potential. Therefore it deprives the nation of vital human resources for development. This should be a particular concern in a country such as Thailand, (with an adult population with comparatively low levels of...
  • Prostitution As A Self Contained Moral Act
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    Introduction The concept of prostitution is one that causes a visceral revulsion in conventional Western morality - a symptom of which is how the many colloquial terms for a prostitute, such as 'whore', or 'harlot', are commonly used as denigratory pejoratives towards women. Although a persistent phenomenon throughout human history, it remains difficult to view prostitution in an objective light - various cultures have alternately tried to ban it on religious or moralistic grounds, or stigmatize...
  • Social Problem Of Teenage Prostitution
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    Introduction Child prostitution in America is increasingly popular. It is necessary to change this situation, because it is immoral. Child prostitution is one of the most serious social problems in America. History Of Prostitution Beginning about 1910, religious and civic organizations in the U.S. developed a nationwide campaign against both the immorality of prostitution and its relationship to sexually transmitted disease. On the federal level, Congress passed the White Slave Traffic Act forbi...
  • Intensive Contact With Other Prostitutes
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    Prostitution Prostitution is defined as promiscuous and mercenary sexual behavior with emotional indifference between the partners. There isn't a more specific definition because people perceive it in different ways. Some view it as a dehumanizing act while others see it as an occupation that performs a useful service to society. Because people aren't always able to act out their sexual feelings how they want, prostitution allows them to express these desires. Most people think that the actual s...
  • Acts Of Prostitution And Other Activities
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    There are women who search for love, and there are those that search for money. Today, the term woman simply denotes ones sex. It does not define her character, morals and values, or even her profession. However, this was not always the case. At the end of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century, during the Progressive Era, there was a drive for reform. Various social problems became targets for investigation and intervention: child labour, juvenile delinquency, corruption ...
  • State Of Victoria Brothel Prostitution
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    There has been much debate over the last few decades about prostitute law reform. Prostitution is the act or practise of engaging in sex acts for hire. The act or an instance of offering or devoting one's talent to an unworthy use or cause. There is much difference between the states of Australia when it comes to the issue of decriminalizing prostitution. In the state of Victoria brothel prostitution was legalised in the 1980's and has subsequently been legalised in New South Wales, Australian C...

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