Psychology & Human Trafficking; Are Some People More Prone To Break the Laws than Other

Authors

  • Jawed Aziz Masudi
  • Munnawar Sultana

Abstract

This study looked at the compulsive situations that victims of trafficking face in a context prone to delinquency. The researcher conducted a partially structured interview with 8 adult traffickers at home and / or sexually. Participants described health issues related to human trafficking practices and their perception of their health. Using the HR analysis method, we analyzed the topics using the Biderman framework. Participants reported feeling a sense of scale. Biedermann's non-physical coercive tactics, isolation, monopolization of perception, resulting debt or fatigue, risk, accidental display, power display, degradation, and compliance with trivial requirements. Our analysis shows that coercive tactics increase the transfer of victims of trafficking to traffickers, even if they do not have the physical strength or ability. Such psychological abuse can be acute and chronic, impairing physical and mental health. In addition, a person will be forced to do immoral things that he does not want to do. They can break the law and violate the rules.

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Published

2022-01-30

How to Cite

Jawed Aziz Masudi, & Munnawar Sultana. (2022). Psychology & Human Trafficking; Are Some People More Prone To Break the Laws than Other. International Journal of Social Science & Entrepreneurship, 2(1), 29–39. Retrieved from https://ijsse.salmaedusociety.com/index.php/ijsse/article/view/17