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From the Publisher"O'Connell Davidson moves us beyond the horror and outrage of children in the global children in the global sex trade to ask some more fundamental questions about children's relationsips with adults. Challenging popular conceptions of sex abuse and victimisation, this brave, intelligent and thought-provoking book demands our attention and concern."
Allison James, University of Sheffield
"This is a brave and powerful book, sizzling with brilliant insights and analysis. Avoiding easy moral and criticisms and challenging feminist views that rigidly separate children and adults, sex and work, O'Connell Davidson offers an original re-examination of the empirical, political and moral meaning of a global sex trade industry. Children in the Global Sex Trade is a must-read for scholars, activists, sex workers and policy-makers."
Steven Seidman, State University of New York at Albany