Human Trafficking Institution Author Research Question: What can be done in order to curb human trafficking? Research Topic: To evaluate the various ways that can be employed in order to curb human trafficking. ABSTRACT The study will examine the various ways in which trafficked persons are exploited and the effects it has on the individuals who are trafficked. The study will be used to find out the different types of human trafficking and the various ways that can be employed in order to curb human trafficking so as to promote equality among all human beings in the world. Some of the techniques that can be employed to curb human trafficking include the establishment of national referral center to refer victims of trafficking and presumed victims. Furnishing people with fast hand information about human trafficking and also raising campaigns against human trafficking. Parliamentary sub-committees against human trafficking should also be other victims and the chosen government officials represent the rest. Data collection instrument and procedure The study will adopt the following data collection methods. Questionnaire and secondary data. This will be a standard list of questions relating to the investigation. Questionnaires will be open and closed. Questionnaires will be very appropriate because they will cover the large group of respondents. The secondary data will be from the reports on how to curb human trafficking. References Hart J. (2009). Human trafficking. New York: Rosen Pub. DuPont K. (2009). Human trafficking. New York NY: Facts On File. Wylie G. & McRedmond P. (2010). Human trafficking in Europe: character causes and consequences. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Mishra V. (2015). Combating human trafficking: gaps in policy and law. New Delhi Thousand Oaks: SAGE. (2012). First annual report of the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking. London: Stationery Office. J Goodley (2008) Human trafficking [...]
Research proposal paper, 5-7 pages, at least 5 sources, apa format, an abstract. The proposal has to have a hypothesis, a research question, complete literature review, operational definitions, methodology (sampling, data collection, and data evaluation), potential limitations of the study and about 250 words for the abstract.