Prostitution as a Political Social Human Behavior, and Educational Inequalities in Society
Education Journal
Volume 3, Issue 2, March 2014, Pages: 95-100
Received: Jan. 5, 2014; Published: Feb. 28, 2014
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Rodbari, R. J., Department of Sociology-DS, Islamic Azad University, Tehran-Iran
Jamshidi, A. L. C. L., Program of Post-Graduation in Chemical Engineering -PPGCE, Center for Technology and Geosciences -CTG/UFPE., Av. Moraes Rego, 1235 – Cidade Universitária, CEP: 50670-901, Recife – PE, Brazil
Nascimento, L., Department of Physics -DP/CCEN-UFPB., University City, CEP: 58059-900, João Pessoa– PB, Brazil
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Abstract
This present study is an analysis of the factors that strongly influence the way people choose prostitution as a choice of their own lives. But, there is a predominance of diversity of looks of a society with social concepts and principles coordinate human behaviors. Some sectors of society, consider prostitution an evil that should the control for social, health and moral Reasons, then incompatible with human dignity and the profession to other profitable activities, we would say with the right to citizenship. Prostitution has single and route and hazards for some people, who are conditioned to seek these situations by economic/emotional need or want to live strong adrenalin. But the end does not justify the practice of sexual exploitation Appears to one of these forms of exploitation, since women are transformed into product of money. It is necessary to put women in a vulnerable situation to profit from situations that accept on condition of low wages, involving the commercial sexual exploitation through trafficking. The numerous situations, social, cultural and educational designate behavioral levels, in different realities of material and moral misery, which depict great transgressions that contradict our notion of civilization. Nevertheless we believe that the disclosure of this “human condition can contribute to the production of knowledge as far as the investigation of other universes of the social world. In this article we describe some educational activities with the goals and awareness in relation to prostitution and sex education for young people and adults. In this process, education is to seek the fullness of the people implies the active participation of the subject in the process be done continuously. Providing the individual a good quality sex life, and physical, emotional, mental and social well being one regarding sexuality, and free from the shackles of discrimination and gender violence.
Keywords
Prostitution, Trafficking in Women, Social / Educational Inequalities
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Rodbari, R. J., Jamshidi, A. L. C. L., Nascimento, L., Prostitution as a Political Social Human Behavior, and Educational Inequalities in Society, Education Journal. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2014, pp. 95-100. doi: 10.11648/j.edu.20140302.19
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