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Tutor profile: Shivangi S.

Shivangi S.
UCLA Undergrad Student, Tutoring for 3 Years

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Subject: Writing

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Write a thesis statement

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Answer:

The depiction of human trafficking in Wallace’s Trafficked can be analyzed through the lens of scholars Janie Chuang and Jennifer K. Lobasz. When applying their written pieces to the film, it emphasizes the importance in types of representation, as it influences the perception of modern-day slavery to the public eye that in the end prompt solutions to combat the issue.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Question:

Write a passage that utilizes correct grammar

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Answer:

Considering that one in three women suffer from physical violence carried out by an intimate partner, but domestic violence statistics inform a higher number suggests that most experiences of domestic violence often go unreported, especially in the South Asian American community (New Hope). Many argue that motives behind the efforts to keep cases of domestic violence confidential between engaging parties is due to cultural stigma. However, when analyzing the challenges that domestic abuse survivors in the South Asian American community experience, it reveals that there are several other factors at play that keep victims silent.

Subject: English

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Question:

Analyze how human trafficking is represented in film/TV and utilize arguments from a scholar.

Shivangi S.
Answer:

She explains that due to the fact that the Palermo Protocol was formulated in the interest of halting international organized crime, protecting universal human rights were put on the back burner. Because of this, the Palermo Protocol focuses on prosecuting individual criminals who trafficked victims, taking action through the criminal justice system to make a change. The film Trafficked concludes with the FBI agents cracking down and arresting the individuals who trafficked girls, which Chuang alludes is an accurate representation of the current implemented solution to human trafficking. However, Chaung would also argue that the use of the criminal justice system is only part of the solution, and that nations should actually be focusing on a hybrid approach that utilizes both the criminal justice system and socioeconomic reform.

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