Sex Trafficking : A Global Perspective
This book targets sex trafficking within every geographic region and it provides a general profile of the geographic regions in terms of demographic characteristics and political conditions that may support the growth of sex trafficking. It is written on a basic information-supply-level to provide readers with a foundation on human trafficking throughout the world.
- Paperback | 194 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 15.24mm | 158.76g
- 30 Apr 2010
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction: Defining Sex Trafficking Part 2 Part I: Africa Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Sex Trafficking in the Horn of Africa Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Sex Trafficking in the Countries of South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe Part 5 Part II: East Asia and Pacific Chapter 6 Chapter 4: An Anatomy of Asian Gangs Involved in Sex Trafficking: An Application of Routine Activities Theory Chapter 7 Chapter 5: Taiwan's Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking Between 2001 and 2008 Part 8 Part III: Europe Chapter 9 Chapter 6: Mercenary Territory: A UK Perspective on Human Trafficking Chapter 10 Chapter 7: Human Trafficking in Austria, Poland, and Croatia Part 11 Part IV: Near East Chapter 12 Chapter 8: The Wretched of the Earth: Trafficking, the Maghreb and Europe Chapter 13 Chapter 9: Addicted to Cheap Labor: The Gulf States, the Near East, and Sex Trafficking Part 14 Part V: South Asia Chapter 15 Chapter 10: Trafficking in India Chapter 16 Chapter 11: Afghanistan and the Sex Trade Part 17 Part VI: Western Hemisphere Chapter 18 Chapter 12: Sex Traffic and Trafficking in the Caribbean Chapter 19 Chapter 13: Child Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Nicaragua: A Critical Globalization Perspective Part 20 Part VII: North America Chapter 21 Chapter 14: Sex Trafficking in the United States Chapter 22 Chapter 15: Sex Trafficking in Canada: Limited Efforts in Law Enforcement Chapter 23 Chapter 16: Sex Trafficking and Mexico Chapter 24 Chapter 17: Conclusion: Anti-Trafficking Efforts
This is a fantastic new book about an extremely important issue. Great information for students and faculty interested in solutions to the problem of human trafficking. -- James Michael Lampinen, University of Arkansas McCabe and Manian shed light on the crime of sex trafficking around the globe by looking closely at causes, incidence, and anti-trafficking efforts by country and region. This book will be an indispensable reference for all who care about ending sex trafficking. -- Mary Crawford, University of Connecticut, author of Sex Trafficking in South Asia: Telling Maya's Story
About Kimberly Ann McCabe
Kimberly A. McCabe is dean of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences and professor of criminology at Lynchburg College. Sabita Manian is professor of international relations at Lynchburg College.