Global Human Trafficking: Critical Issues and Contexts by Molly Dragiewicz

By Molly Dragiewicz

Human trafficking has moved from relative obscurity to a massive sector of study, coverage and educating during the last ten years. learn has sprung from criminology, public coverage, women’s and gender experiences, sociology, anthropology, and legislations, yet has been just a little hindered through the failure of students to have interaction past their very own disciplines and favoured methodologies. contemporary learn has all started to enhance efforts to appreciate the factors of the matter, the stories of sufferers, coverage efforts, and their effects in particular cultural and ancient contexts.

Global Human Trafficking: serious concerns and contexts foregrounds contemporary empirical paintings on human trafficking from an interdisciplinary, serious point of view. the gathering contains classroom-friendly good points, corresponding to introductory chapters that supply crucial history for knowing the trafficking literature, textboxes explaining key innovations, dialogue questions for every bankruptcy, and lists of extra assets, together with motion pictures, web content, and extra readings for every bankruptcy.

The authors contain either eminent and rising students from around the globe, drawn from legislations, anthropology, criminology, sociology, cultural experiences, and political technology and the publication may be helpful for undergraduate and graduate classes in those components, in addition to for students drawn to trafficking.

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