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A Thesis Presented to the Department of Tourism

Institute of Arts and Sciences

ABE International Business College – Makati

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the

Degree of Bachelor of Science

Major in Tourism Management

By:

Tacder, Judy Anne

Atilares, Princess Mary Joy

Toreja, Dominique Jane

Gabinete, Christine Larah

Ardeño, Lucile Mae

March 2013

Table of Contents

Page

Acknowledgment i

Abstractii

Table of Contentsiii

Chapter I: The Problem and Its Setting

Introduction

Background of the Study

Statement of the Problem

Hypothesis

Significance of the Study

Theoretical Framework

Conceptual Framework/Research Paradigm

Scope and Limitations of the Study

Chapter II: Review of Related Literatures

Foreign Literature

Local Literature

Foreign Studies

Local Studies

Synthesis

Chapter III: Research Methodology

Research Design

Respondents of the Study

Research Locale

Instrumentation

Data Gathering Procedure

Statistical Treatment of Data

Chapter IV: Presentation, Analysis, and Interpretation of Data

Chapter V: Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations

Summary of Findings

Conclusions

Recommendations

Back Matters

References or Bibliography

Appendix

Curriculum Vitae or Biological Sketch

References

1.  "WTO Statement on the Prevention of Organized Sex Tourism". Adopted by the General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization at its eleventh session - Cairo (Egypt), 17–22 October 1995 (Resolution A/RES/338 (XI)). Cairo (Egypt): World Tourism Organization. 17–22 October 1995. Retrieved 20 December 2006. 2. ^ Hannum, Ann Barger (2002). "Sex Tourism in Latin America". ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: Harvard University) (winter). Retrieved 6 October 2011. 3. "La explotación sexual de menores en Kenia alcanza una dimensión horrible [The sexual exploitation of children in Kenya reaches a horrible dimension]" (in French) (PDF). Spain: Unicef España. 17 January 2007. Retrieved 6 October 2011. 4. Guzder, Deena (25 August 2009). "The Economics of Commercial Sexual Exploitation". Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Retrieved 6 October 2011. 5. "Brazil". The Protection Project. Archived from the original on 20 December 2006. Retrieved 20 December 2006. "Brazil is a major sex tourism destination. Foreigners come from Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Latin America, and North America ..." 6. Philippine Laws, Statutes And Codes - Chan Robles Virtual Law Library 7.  "Number of prostitutes in the Philippines".

8. http://72.14.205.104/search?q=cache:TIWkkRrf8S0J:www.childhope.org.ph/empowering.doc+prostitution+pasay+philippines&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=17 9. Martin Brass (2004). The Modern Scourge of Sex Slavery. Soldier of Fortune Magazine. 10. Lin Lean Lim (1998). The Sex Sector: The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia. International Labour Organization.ISBN 92-2-109522-3. 11.  Lauber, Sabina (1995). "Confronting Sexual Exploitation". Australian Law Reform Commission Reform BulletinWinter 1995 (67). Retrieved 2007-02-07. 12. http://www.hawaii.edu/hivandaids/Determinants%20of%20Extramarital%20Sex%20in%20the%20Philippines.pdf 13. "Sex industry assuming massive proportions in Southeast Asia" (Press release). International Labor Organization. 19 August 1998.

Judy Anne V. Tacder
1322 Filmore St. Palanan Makati City
Mobile Number: (0915) 3257064
lolz_xxd@yahoo.com
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JOB OBJECTIVE

To be able to develop my skills and knowledge and be a productive through an actual exposure and participation in the company’s various activities. [pic]

PERSONAL PROFILE

Age: 18
Civil Status:Single...
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