Global Human Smuggling Comparative Perspectives

ISBN-10: 1421401983
ISBN-13: 9781421401980
Edition: 2nd 2011
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Description: Ten years ago the topic of human smuggling and trafficking was relatively new for academic researchers, though the practice itself is very old. Since the first edition of this volume was published, much has changed globally, directly impacting the  More...

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List price: $38.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Publication date: 10/18/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.254
Language: English

Ten years ago the topic of human smuggling and trafficking was relatively new for academic researchers, though the practice itself is very old. Since the first edition of this volume was published, much has changed globally, directly impacting the phenomenon of human smuggling. Migrant smuggling and human trafficking are now more entrenched than ever in many regions, with efforts to combat both largely unsuccessful and often counterproductive. This book explores the global dimensions of human smuggling in several forms and regions, examining its deep historic, social, economic, and cultural roots and its broad political consequences. Contributors to the updated and expanded edition consider the trends and events of the past several years, especially in light of developments after 9/11 and the creation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. They also reflect on the moral economy of human smuggling and trafficking, the increasing percentage of the world's asylum seekers who escape political violence only by being smuggled, and the implications for human smuggling in a warming world. Praise for the first edition "The book's wide comparative breadth, the authors' theoretical sophistication, the up-to-date references and especially the contemporary and intensifying topic of the worldwide political struggle about migration (both legal and illegal), make this book a notable accomplishment." -- International Migration Review "The book is significant because it challenges and reassesses many widely held views on controversial issues and it should change current thinking on the topic... Stimulating, informative, and informed." -- Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Introduction
The Global Comparative Perspective
Smuggling the State Back In: Agents of Human Smuggling Reconsidered
Economic Globalization, Human Smuggling, and Global Governance
Historical Perspective
Trafficking Human Subjects in the Malay World, 1850-1910
Pre-Cold War Traffic in Sexual Labor and Its Foes: Some Contemporary Lessons
Smuggling from Mexico and China
The Transformation of Migrant Smuggling across the U.S.-Mexican Border
Global Apartheid, Coyotaje, and the Discourse of Clandestine Migration: Distinctions between Personal, Structural, and Cultural Violence
The Social Organization of Chinese Human Smuggling
From Fujian to New York: Understanding the New Chinese Immigration
The Many Dimensions of Human Smuggling and Trafficking
Have Documents, Will Travel
The Smuggling of Refugees
Uncovering the Legal Cachet of Labor Migration to Israel
Russian Transnational Organized Crime and Human Trafficking
Migrant Smuggling and Threats to Social Order in Japan
The Law at a Crossroads: The Construction of Migrant Women Trafficked into Prostitution
List of Contributors
Index

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