Back to Before (Animorphs: Megamorphs, Book 4) by K. A. Applegate

By K. A. Applegate

What may you do in case you had the chance to alter your lifestyles? not only the place you reside or who you hang around with, yet your earlier, current, and destiny? seems like it'd be beautiful cool, correct? good, that's what Jake notion. He proposal it would be more straightforward if the Animorphs had by no means existed. If they'd by no means met Elfangor. in the event that they all had the opportunity to be "normal" kids.     

Jake will get his wish.     

But issues aren't particularly so simple as they appear. simply because the Animorphs now not exist doesn't suggest the Yeerks not exist. other than now Jake, Rachel, Tobias, Cassie, and Marco can't morph. They don't even understand the Yeerks are in the market. And it's no longer one of these marvelous existence. . . .

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Lack of systematic research; Differing definitions of the problems investigated; The illegal and clandestine nature of trafficking; Official neglect because prostitution is often considered illegal or immoral and marriage and domestic work are considered private issues; 5. Lack of statistical documentation, especially in the informal sectors such as domestic work and prostitution (1999: 18). Dramatic statistics abound with a wide range of estimated numbers of Indonesian victims of trafficking, from 74,616 people (Susilo, 2002) to 1 million (US State Department, 2001).

Migrants also incur large debts to agents, often from illegal fees and high interest rates. Salaries are cut to pay back these debts, and in extreme cases, workers find themselves in a situation of debt bondage from which they can never escape. Conditions of work often violate local labor laws with migrants working long hours, having no days off, and being housed and fed in unsanitary conditions. Workers who may wish to return home, either for personal reasons, due to the conditions of work, or for fear of sexual harassment and abuse, are commonly forced to continue working in order to repay agents for the cost of their recruitment and transportation.

KOPBUMI includes undocumented migrant workers in their estimates, though how they estimate that Table 9: Number of Indonesian Overseas Workers Processed by the Ministry of Manpower Year 2000 1999 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 Total % change over previous year 435,219 427,619 404,523 411,609 235,275 517,269* 120,896 176,187 159,995 172,157 149,777 86,264 84,074 61,419 61,092 68,360 54,297 46,014 29,291 21,152 17,604 16,186 10,378 +2 -2 +75 -55 +328 -31 +10 -7 +15 74 3 37 1 11 23 21 57 38 18 11 56 Sex Ratio Males / 100 Females 46 41 44 28 20 79 48 32 36 54 48 73 35 29 35 61 44 79 141 Source: Suyono, 1981; Singhanetra-Renard, 1986; Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 1986; AKAN Offices, Bandung and Jakarta; AKAN; Departemen Tenaga Kerja, RI, 1998 as cited in Hugo, 2001: 109 *In 1996-97, 300,000 labor migrants in Malaysia were “regularized” – undocumented workers were given amnesty and officially registered as migrant workers, thus causing a large increase in the official numbers of migrants for that year.

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