Unit 6 Assignment

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In your Unit 6 Assignment, you will identify a potential misconception or opposition related to your argument and then use evidence from two reliable sources to address the misconception or opposition. The thesis statement for this Assignment is likely to be different from the thesis statement used for your Final Project since this assignment is only focused on one aspect of your argument--a misconception or opposing point. A misconception that your potential audience may be based on faulty information or a lack of understanding of the facts about the topic. You will want to clearly identify the misconception in your thesis statement for the Unit 6 Assignment, along with briefly noting the truth the reader needs to recognize. An example of a thesis statement related to bullying might be, “While some believe that bullies are only boys who are physically larger than their peers, physical size in fact is not a dictating factor for who is a bully in schools.” Your body paragraphs will need

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Unit Six AssignmentNameClassDateProfessor Misconceptions on Human Trafficking in United States Human trafficking is a rapidly growing problem in the United States that is not being adequately addressed by law enforcement. Instead of the trafficked victim being treated like a victim they are instead treating like criminals. Not only are the victims treated like criminals the public turns a blind eye to the plight of these victims due to a misconception that sex industry workers are not traffic victims. This misconception has led to innocent women, children, and men being exploited for sex or forced to into labor with no hope for rescue. Human trafficked victims do not chose to become slaves but instead are forced into slavery by traffickers. Many human trafficked victims are taken from their home or coerced through ploys used by traffickers to convince the victim they are a legitimate employer. Once the victim is under the control of the trafficker they are no longer free to leave. Sex trafficked victims are forced into the sex industry while other slaves are forced into hard labor. Once the victim is in the clutches of the trafficker it is difficult for them to escape. The trafficker will threaten the family of the trafficked victim or they will use bodily force to ensure the victim complies. Many sex trafficked victims are put on drugs to ensure they will be more compliant and to make it harder for them to escape the sex industry. Th

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