• Dwangmiddelen
Resultaten 1 - 3 van totaal 3 resultaten
  1. Taal Engels Abstract: 'This study explored the psychological coercion of trafficking in human person, antecedents such as causes, psychological coercion and processes and psychosocial consequences. We adopted Victimological paradigm wh ...

    Abstract:'This study explored the psychological coercion of trafficking in human person, antecedents such as causes, psychological coercion and processes and psychosocial consequences. We adopted Victimological paradigm which explains why some people are more vulnerable to victimization than others through victim-trafficker relationship, repeat victimization and role of lifestyle in victimization risk. The study presented causes of trafficking in human persons as the desire to migrate. The tendency to migrate may be precipitated by poverty, oppression, lack of human rights, lack of social or economic opportunity, dangers from conflict or instability. Political instability, militarism, civil unrest, internal armed conflict and natural disasters could result to desire to migrate. We presented psychological coercion as the means of obtaining initial victim and posited that this instills psychological disorders, for example depression, absence of emotional reactions, anxiety disorder, self-blame, helplessness or hopelessness, nightmare, suicidal ideation, paranoia, anger and rage control problems, psychoactive substance and alcohol abuse, dissociative disorders and host of others (Kornzinski, 2013). The psychological processes involve recruitment, initiation and indoctrination and were applied to obtain, maintain and gain control over the victims. Trafficking in human person has negative psychosocial consequences in its entirety. Psychosocial consequences of trafficking in human persons varied with undermining the extended family ties, and in many cases, the forced absence of women leads to the breakdown of families and neglect of children and the aged (Danailova-Trainor & Laczko 2010). The study concluded that the traffickers and the victim of trafficking need rehabilitation and recommended cognitive therapy for necessary rehabilitation.'

    Publicaties

    • Artikelen
    • Verenigde Staten van Amerika
    • Dwangmiddelen
    • Trauma
    • Psychische situatie
    • Slachtofferschap
    • Dwangmiddelen
    • Engels
  2. Polaris Project Taal Engels 'The following document outlines a wide variety of both physical and psychological reasons why trafficked  persons cannot or will not leave a trafficking situation. The list is inclusive of both sex and labo ...

    'The following document outlines a wide variety of both physical and psychological reasons why trafficked persons cannot or will not leave a trafficking situation. The list is inclusive of both sex and labor trafficking operations, as well as foreign-born and U.S. citizen victims. Items on this list are not meant to be interpreted as present in all trafficking cases, neither is this list intended to be exhaustive.'

    Publicaties

    • Werkdocumenten/handleidingen
    • United States of America
    • Polaris Project
    • Dwangmiddelen
    • Victimization
    • Victims' perspective
    • Coercive measures
    • Engels
  3. Taal Engels This paper attempts to show how psychological coercion can be as effective as physical violence in exerting control over a person. It will describe research on psychological control and manipulation, provides examples of psychol ...

    This paper attempts to show how psychological coercion can be as effective as physical violence in exerting control over a person. It will describe research on psychological control and manipulation, provides examples of psychological coercion used in conditions of modern day slavery, and provide a biologically-based framework for understanding psychological coercion.

    Publicaties

    • Artikelen
    • Internationaal
    • Trauma
    • Dwangmiddelen
    • Dwangmiddelen
    • Psychologisch onderzoek
    • Gevolgen mensenhandel
    • Engels