A STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL FACTORS IMPACT ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Keywords:Human Trafficking, Psychological and Behavioural factors, Trafficking of women and girls, Kadiri Revenue Division, Demographic factors, Human Exploitation
The present study has been focused on the psychological and behavioural factors impact on the human trafficking in the kadiri revenue division of Andhra Pradesh. The primary data has been considered and collected the information from the human trafficking victims. The chi-square test has been applied to know the association between the human trafficking victims’ demographic factors with the psychological and behavioural factors. The structure equation model has been framed and the result indicated that the behavioural factors influence is observed higher than the psychological factors. This paper is useful to the stake holders of various government organizations and NGO’s.
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