LEGAL PROTECTION TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS IN VICTIMOLOGY PERSPECTIVE (Study in Banyumas Region)Ω

Main Authors: Hendriana, Rani, Widyaningsih, Rindha, Sari, Dessi Perdani Yuris Puspita
Other Authors: funded by Dipa Universitas Jenderal Soedirman with contract Number 2378/UN.23.14/PN/2017, 1 Maret 2017
Format: Article info application/pdf eJournal
Bahasa: eng
Terbitan: Faculty of Law, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman , 2017
Online Access: http://dinamikahukum.fh.unsoed.ac.id/index.php/JDH/article/view/1200
http://dinamikahukum.fh.unsoed.ac.id/index.php/JDH/article/view/1200/516
Daftar Isi:
  • Legal protection to women and children as human trafficking victims in Banyumas, to date, has not been viewed in victimology perspective. Intriguing issues have been analyzed regarding legal protection and factors that tend to inhibit its implementation in victimology perspective. This study used a qualitative research method and sociological juridical approach. The results showed that the third goal of victimology has not been reached, in which the legal protection is not yet fully leads to the needs of victims. The main factor that tends to influence is the correlation between the victim’s fault in the occurrence of human trafficking and the victim's response to legal protection, while other inhibiting factors are the legal structure, legal substance, and society legal culture.Keywords: legal protection, women, children, human trafficking, victimology
  • Legal protection of women and children victims of human trafficking in Banyumas, has not been grounded in the perspective of victimology. Interesting issues regarding legal protection and examined the factors that tend to hinder their implementation in the victimology perspective. This study used a qualitative research method, the sociological juridical approach. The results showed that the third victimology goal has not been reached, in which the legal protection is not yet fully leads to the needs of victims. The main factor that tends to influence is the correlation between the victim error in the occurrence of human trafficking and the victim's response to legal protection, while other hindering factors is the legal structure, legal substance, and society legal culture.