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Human Trafficking Reconsidered is a unique collection of original essays that investigates the issue of sex and labor trafficking. The book has three main objectives: (1) to examine the definition of trafficking; (2) to analyze the effectiveness of current anti-trafficking regimes; and (3) to discuss the challenges faced by anti-trafficking advocates on the ground. The volume reconsiders the problem of human trafficking by rethinking the zealous focus on sex work and by drawing on the current structural regimes that render people legally vulnerable to abuse. This analysis offers readers the critical tools necessary to begin envisioning new solutions to the problem of human trafficking. Three thematic sections address: The definitional confusion of human trafficking with respect to sex and labor The ways legal and social institutions leave people vulnerable to trafficking Life stories from advocates working on the ground
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Kimberly Kay Hoang is an assistant professor in the department of sociology and international studies at Boston College. Her research examines the connections between shifting political economies and new hierarchies of global sex work in Vietnam. Rhacel Salazar Parreņas is professor of sociology and gender studies and chair of the department of sociology at the University of Southern California. Her research examines the interface of human trafficking and labor migration in economic globalization
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Book Description International Debate Education, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111617700916