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Trafficking and the Global Sex Industry.


Trafficking and the global sex industry.

Ed. by Karen Beeks and Delila Amir.

Lexington Books


239 pages



Program in migration and refugee studies


Beeks (founder/executive director, Global Partnerships for Humanity, Colorado) and Amir (emeritus, sociology, Tel-Aviv U.) introduce trends in, and feminist perspectives on, the booming transnational trade in the exploitation of women and girls. In a collection of 13 essays based on a conference held in 2003 titled "Trafficking and Trade: The Impact of Globalization on Women," scholars and advocates present case studies, legal initiatives, model programs and recommendations for helping victims.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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