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Human trafficking victims risk factor

It is a popular belief, both in media and politics, that the victims of human trafficking are a specific group of especially vulnerable and defenceless girls (e.g. Snajdr, 2013; Weitzer, 2007; 2013). However, both literature and our own investigation at the very least nuanced this view on victims of human trafficking f...

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CYBERBULLYING VICTIMS RISK FACTORS

Cyberbullying is a type of aggression that takes place intentionally through different technological devices, specifically through cell phones and the Internet (Slonje & Smith, 2008). Bullying, on the other hand, is an aggressive act carried out deliberately by one or more persons against a victim who is less able ...

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Online grooming victims risk factors

The first thing to consider when discussing online grooming is that there is nothing such a victim profile. We may find some precipitant factors, but in words of most of the experts in the field: Any kid can become a victim. Nevertheless, risk and protective factors that have emerged through the research will be discus...

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Human trafficking: Modus Operandi

On the level of definitions of human trafficking, there is considerable disagreement between how various governments, NGO’s, and academics define human trafficking for the purpose of sex work (see further). The definition adhered to by Europe in the CoE Convention against trafficking in human beings is: Trafficking i...

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Online grooming: Modus Operandi

Online grooming (OG) is a process through which an adult uses new technologies to establish a dynamic of sexual persuasion and victimization through online contacts in order to obtain sexual content from the child (Webster et al., 2012, see Barber & Bettez, 2020 for a review on OG definitions). This phenomenon is a...

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Cyberbullying: Modus Operandi

Cyberbullying is a type of aggression that takes place intentionally through different technological devices, specifically through cell phones and the Internet (Slonje & Smith, 2008). Bullying, on the other hand, is an aggressive act carried out deliberately by one or more persons against a victim who is less able ...

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Rayuela in Numbers

First infographic on the RAYUELA project! It's full of interesting numbers that you need to know before you subscribe to this amazing project!

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