College of Contemporary Liberal Studies
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Child sex tourism is a transnational issue that has grown over the past 30-years. The international community has taken numerous steps in the prevention of child sex tourism; however, there is a severe lack of statistics, research, and empirically driven data that could help deter the problem. This exploratory study will use random probability selection in an online survey to explore whether a certain level of deterrence can affect an individual’s rational choice in practicing child sex tourism. By utilizing a quantitative methodology this study will identify whether an individual’s knowledge of the legality of child sex tourism affects their awareness of the risks
Date of Award
© Ian Voelkel
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Voelkel, Ian, "Child Sex Tourism and the Lack of Deterrence that Drives the Problem" (2017). Student Publications. 844.