Assignment 3 Minor Research Paper
Weighting: 25% of final grade
Length: 1500 words (approximately 7 pages. Do NOT include the title page or reference list as part of the word count.)
Due: After Unit 4
Read Paola Monzinis (2005) book, Sex Traffic: Prostitution, Crime and Exploitation, which is included in your course package. Using this book as the primary source for your analysis, discuss the relationship between prostitution and sex trafficking. Your analysis should examine causes, consequences, and prevalence rates as well as factors such as the impact of globalization on the sex industry, the effects of poverty on womens migration choices, and the mechanics and evolution of the sex industry. Conclude with a discussion of the ways in which a human rights perspective might translate into positive action to eliminate the trafficking of girls and women.
In addition to Monzini (2005), your minor research paper must include references to 5-7 other resources that support your arguments. You will also incorporate additional required readings from the course as well as additional resources, which may come from the References and Supplementary Readings list at the end of each unit. If you choose to go beyond these items, ensure that the references you select are drawn from reputable resources. Reputable resources include articles from refereed academic journals (see AUs online journal database or print-based journals), published books or book chapters, and/or reputable online resources such as Statistics Canada, United Nations, and/or World Health Organization websites.
You must use the APA style of documentation. See the link on the course site for information on APA style guidelines.
Before beginning this assignment, take a few minutes to review the Evaluation Guidelines for Womens and Gender Studies 422 Assignments, Remarking Womens and Gender Studies 422 Assignments, Tips on Writing Essays and Research Papers, and the Plagiarism and Academic Misconduct sections in Course Information. If you have any difficulties preparing this assignment, contact your tutor immediately.
When you have completed your research paper, ensure that you make or keep a copy for your records. Upload your completed work and retrieve the graded file with feedback from your tutor.
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****Please do use the simple sentence structure, do not use too many Complex Sentence. and also please read the unit 1-4 i uploaded.
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Required Readings Available Online
Heise, L., Ellsberg, M., & Gottmoeller, M. (2002). A global overview of gender-based violence. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 78(Supplement 1), S5-S14.
Bunch, C. (1990). Womens rights as human rights: Toward a re-vision of human rights. Human Rights Quarterly, 12(4), 486-498.
Amirthalingam, K. (2005). Womens rights, international norms, and domestic violence: Asian perspectives. Human Rights Quarterly, 27, 683-708.
Lawoko, S. (2006). Factors associated with attitudes toward intimate partner violence: A study of women in Zambia. Violence and Victims, 21(5), 645-656.
Casey, E. A., & Nurius, P. S. (2006). Trends in the prevalence and characteristics of sexual violence: A cohort analysis. Violence and Victims, 21(5), 629-644.
Bergen, R. K. (2004). Studying Wife Rape: Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future. Violence Against Women, 10(12), 1407-1416.
Lee, J., Pomeroy, E. C., Yoo, S-K., & Rheinboldt, K. T. (2005). Attitudes toward rape: A comparison between Asian and Caucasian college students. Violence Against Women, 11(2), 177-196.
Martin, K., Vieraitis, L. M., & Britto, S. (2006). Gender equality and womens absolute status: A test of the feminist models of rape. Violence Against Women, 12(4), 321-339.
Viki, G. T., Chiroro, P., & Abrams, D. (2006). Hostile sexism, type of rape, and self-reported rape proclivity within a sample of Zimbabwean males. Violence Against Women, 12(8), 789-800.
Messerschmidt, J. (2006). The forgotten victims of World War II: Masculinities and rape in Berlin, 1945. Violence Against Women, 12(7), 706-712.
Farley, M. (2004). Bad for the body, bad for the heart: Prostitution harms women even if legalized or decriminalized. Violence Against Women, 10(10), 1087-1125.
Farley, M. (2005). Prostitution harms women even if indoors: Reply to Weitzer. Violence Against Women, 11(7), 950-964.
Weitzer, R. (2005). Flawed theory and method in studies of prostitution. Violence Against Women, 11(7), 934-949.