WOMEN TRAFFICKING HATED IN INDONESIA: A CASE STUDY AT SOLUS PER AQUA (SPA) CENTERS IN JAKARTA, BOGOR, DEPOK, TANGERANG AND BEKASI (JABODETABEK)
This study aims to describe the working patterns of the actors trafficking action for prostitution that include: the form of social networking used by actors to trap victims and the factors that encourage victims into the trap. This study used qualitative research and phenomenological research. Data collection techniques are in-depth interviews and literature studies. Subjects of research were victims of human trafficking that became commercial sex workers (CSWs) in the cities of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi (Jabodetabek), Indonesia. Based on the data of the result showed that the traffickers trapped the victims by offering work that high salary without skill and without certificates. The form of social networks that actors use in trapping victims used partial social networks and social interest networks. Originality / values: the factors that drive victims into the human trafficking trap are: First, poverty factors. Second, the difficulty reason in accessing work. Third, education factors. Fourth, family problem factors. Fifth, the culture of young marriage and divorce.
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