Global Human Trafficking : Critical Issues and Contexts
Global Human Trafficking: Critical issues and contexts foregrounds recent empirical work on human trafficking from an interdisciplinary, critical perspective. The collection includes classroom-friendly features, such as introductory chapters that provide essential background for understanding the trafficking literature, textboxes explaining key concepts, discussion questions for each chapter, and lists of additional resources, including films, websites, and additional readings for each chapter.
The authors include both eminent and emerging scholars from around the world, drawn from law, anthropology, criminology, sociology, cultural studies, and political science and the book will be useful for undergraduate and graduate courses in these areas, as well as for scholars interested in trafficking.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 156 x 234 x 15.24mm | 340g
- 22 Dec 2014
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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Ronald Weitzer, Professor of Sociology, George Washington University, USA
'Global Human Trafficking is an essential resource for anyone interested in the study of human trafficking and anti-trafficking policies and practices. It challenges common assumptions about the problem by showcasing rich empirical studies from the global North and South and by providing critical insights into key debates about what is to be done about trafficking. An excellent volume on one of the most important socio-criminological topics of our time.'
Maggy Lee, Professor of Criminology, Department of Sociology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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