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    I need help writing a paper on Human Trafficking in China. It should include 5 references within the last 10 years.

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    Human Trafficking and Smuggling in China. Academic Journal By: Yik-Yi Chu, Cindy. Journal of Contemporary China. Jan2011, Vol. 20 Issue 68, p39-52. 14p.

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    China has a serious human trafficking problem that is considered an ever-growing phenomena of human trafficking and smuggling in China. Many different causes exist to attempt to explain this phenomenon, and this summary will attempt to provide insight into one of the largest human trafficking countries in the world. Two of the hardest hit provinces in China are Fujian and Yunnan, and the hypothesis for why trafficking is so pronounced in China is predicated upon the one-child policy. In addition, individuals from poor villages are pressured to go abroad and earn money to send back home, which can gain them and their family status among Fujianese peers. Families and society within China have pressured many family members to earn money overseas and subsequently return become bosses at home. Neighborhood prestige contributes significantly to illegal smuggling

    China's human trafficking networks in the twenty-first century send many trafficked ...

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