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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  involved males and females (See Table 10). GENDER OF TRAFFICKER N % Male 82 63.1 Female 12 9.2 Male & FemaleTotals 36 130 27.9 100.0 Table 10: Gender of trafficker(N of missing cases = 61, or 31.9%) Of the incidents involving only female traffickers (n=12), 83% (n=10) were cases where the female involved in the trafficking act in order to exploit the trafficked individual. Of those 10 incidents of exploitation, 90% (n=9) were sexually exploitative. Incidents (n=36) involving men and women were exploitative 58% (n=21) of the time, and in cases where the traffickers were only male (n=82), the men involved were usually middleman involved in the transportation of trafficked individuals. OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT/ COMMUNITY POSITION N % Civilian 101 80.8 Government (Aid Worker) 0 0.0 Government (Military) 2 1.6 Government (Police) 9 7.2 Government (Politician) 5 4.0 Illegal ImmigrantTotals 8 125 6.4 100.0 Table 11: Offender(s) community position and employment(N of missing cases = 66 or 34.6%) The trafficker’s position in the community of residence was undetermined in 35% (n=66) of the incidents. Of the 125 incidents where community position could be determined, 81% (n=101) involved civilians while 13% (n=16) involved 47

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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involved males and females (See Table 10). 
GENDER OF TRAFFICKER
 
 
 
 
N
%
Male
82
63.1
Female
12
9.2
Male & Female
Totals
36
130
27.9
100.0
Table 10: Gender of trafficker
(N of missing cases = 61, or 31.9%)
Of the incidents involving only female traffickers (n=12), 83% (n=10) were cases 
where the female involved in the trafficking act in order to exploit the trafficked 
individual.  Of those 10 incidents of exploitation, 90% (n=9) were sexually 
exploitative.  Incidents (n=36) involving men and women were exploitative 58% 
(n=21) of the time, and in cases where the traffickers were only male (n=82), the 
men involved were usually middleman involved in the transportation of trafficked 
individuals.
OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT/ COMMUNITY POSITION
 
 
 
 
N
%
Civilian
101
80.8
Government (Aid Worker)
0
0.0
Government (Military)
2
1.6
Government (Police)
9
7.2
Government (Politician)
5
4.0
Illegal Immigrant
Totals
8
125
6.4
100.0
Table 11: Offender(s) community position and employment
(N of missing cases = 66 or 34.6%)
The trafficker’s position in the community of residence was undetermined 
in 35% (n=66) of the incidents.  Of the 125 incidents where community position 
could be determined, 81% (n=101) involved civilians while 13% (n=16) involved 
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