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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  not be determined for 13% (n=24) of the cases. Of the 167 that could, 42% (n=70) involved only females while 9% (n=15) involved only males. However, 44% (n=73) of incidents involved both males and females trafficked together. Children were involved in 13% (n=21) of cases, but are included in the aforementioned results if their gender was specified in the article. Five percent (n=9) of cases involved children of both genders and a variety of ages. Males were determined to be trafficked individuals in at least 53% (n=98) of incidents of human trafficking coded for this study (See Table 9). GENDER AND AGE OF TRAFFICKED PERSON N % Children (Variety of Ages Under 18) 9 5.4 Female (Adult 18-25) 3 1.8 Female (Adult 26-35) 1 0.6 Female (Adult 36+) 1 0.6 Female (Child 10-14) 4 2.4 Female (Child 15-17) 4 2.4 Female (Child Under 10) 2 1.2 Female (Unknown) 11 6.6 Females (Variety of Ages) 44 26.3 Male (Adult 18-25) 1 0.6 Male (Adult 26-35) 0 0.0 Male (Adult 36+) 0 0.0 Male (Child 10-14) 1 0.6 Male (Child 15-17) 0 0.0 Male (Child Under 10) 1 0.6 Male (Unknown) 1 0.6 Males (Variety of Ages) 11 6.6 Males and Females (Variety of Ages) 73 43.7 Totals 167 100.0 Table 9: Gender and Age of trafficked person (N of Missing Cases = 24, or 12.57%) Offender data. In 32% (n=61) of incidents the gender of the trafficker could not be determined. Of the 68% (n=130) of cases where this could be determined, 63% (n=82) of the incidents involved males (one or more) while 9% (n=12) involved females (one or more). The remaining 28% (n=36) of incidents 46

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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not be determined for 13% (n=24) of the cases.  Of the 167 that could, 42% 
(n=70) involved only females while 9% (n=15) involved only males.  However, 
44% (n=73) of incidents involved both males and females trafficked together. 
Children were involved in 13% (n=21) of cases, but are included in the 
aforementioned results if their gender was specified in the article.  Five percent 
(n=9) of cases involved children of both genders and a variety of ages.  Males 
were determined to be trafficked individuals in at least 53% (n=98) of incidents of 
human trafficking coded for this study (See Table 9). 
GENDER AND AGE OF TRAFFICKED PERSON
 
 
 
 
 
N
%
 
 
Children (Variety of Ages Under 18)
9
5.4
Female (Adult 18-25)
3
1.8
Female (Adult 26-35)
1
0.6
Female (Adult 36+)
1
0.6
Female (Child 10-14)
4
2.4
Female (Child 15-17)
4
2.4
Female (Child Under 10)
2
1.2
Female (Unknown)
11
6.6
Females (Variety of Ages)
44
26.3
Male (Adult 18-25)
1
0.6
Male (Adult 26-35)
0
0.0
Male (Adult 36+)
0
0.0
Male (Child 10-14)
1
0.6
Male (Child 15-17)
0
0.0
Male (Child Under 10)
1
0.6
Male (Unknown)
1
0.6
Males (Variety of Ages)
11
6.6
Males and Females (Variety of Ages)
73
43.7
Totals
167
100.0
Table 9: Gender and Age of trafficked person 
(N of Missing Cases = 24, or 12.57%)
Offender data. In 32% (n=61) of incidents the gender of the trafficker could 
not be determined.  Of the 68% (n=130) of cases where this could be 
determined, 63% (n=82) of the incidents involved males (one or more) while 9% 
(n=12) involved females (one or more).  The remaining 28% (n=36) of incidents 
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