Sex Trafficking The Global Market in Women and Children
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Description: One million people are trafficked into the sex industry each year, and in this timely study Kathryn Farr documents the macro and micro impact of trafficking women and children into the industry on a global scale. Farr looks not only at the victims themselves, but also at the men and women who control the trade, organized crime, economic conditions that push it along, and the military’s role in perpetuating its demand. Sex Trafficking can be incorporated into a variety of courses in sociology, social problems, culture and sexuality, history, and women’s studies.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Worth Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/5/2004
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Size and Scope|
|Industry Profits and Debt Bondage, or How Traffickers Make Money from Modern-day Slavery|
|Criminal Networks and Corrupt Guardians: The Trafficking Industry|
|Sex Trafficking and the Changing Face(s) of Organized Crime|
|From Here to There: Sex Trafficking Flows and the Conditions that Drive Them|
|Militarized Rape and Other Patriarchal Hostilities: Fueling and Legitimating Male Demand for the Sex Trade|
|The Organization of Military Prostitution in Modern Times: Building a Sex Trade from Militarized Demand|
|Tackling Sex Trafficking and Enslaved Prostitution Now and into the Future|