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Sociology of Crime: Measuring the Relationship between Family Aspect and Women Trafficking in District Peshawar, Pakistan

Imran1, Intikhab Alam2 & Shahid Iqbal3

Abstract
Women Trafficking is considered as one of the heinous crimes occurring
across the globe. Academicians from different discipline particularly sociologists and
criminologists tend to explore the probable causes and mechanisms for tackling this
issue. The main purpose of this study was to measure the knowledge of the sampled
respondents (84 in number) who are being convicted / involved in women trafficking.
The data was collected at central jail, Peshawar, Pakistan through snow ball sampling
technique and interview schedule with the aim to know the knowledge of the
respondents with family aspect leading to women trafficking.

Keywords: Knowledge on Women Trafficking, Perception, Family Aspect,
Relationship, and Measurement