Failed Hospitality

Publication Date May 20, 2022


Human trafficking is doubtless a major crime – jointly with terrorism and child abuse. It is estimated that more than two billion people are missing in the world each year. These numbers associate to human trafficking as an illegal act—known as well as slavery—where the victims not only are deprived of their liberty but also forced to be enslaved or sexually exploited. Trafficking victims include women, men, and children of all ages and social classes. In the field of tourism, human trafficking leads to sexual activities. Human trafficking is certainly based on a much deeper process where the victim is under-humanised, which the victim lacks any basic right or legal protection during its captivity. This under-valorisation process centres on what specialists dubbed “desensitization dynamic.” The captor feels little empathy for the hosted victim or feels he or she should not be considered a human being. This process has been widely studied by clinical psychology, but little is known about the desensitization process in the fields of tourism and hospitality.

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