ISBN-10:
1409448894
ISBN-13:
9781409448891
Pub. Date:
10/28/2013
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Human Trafficking / Edition 1

Human Trafficking / Edition 1

by Marie Segrave
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ISBN-13: 9781409448891
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/28/2013
Series: Library of Essays on Transnational Crime Series
Pages: 592
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.70(h) x 1.70(d)

About the Author

Marie Segrave is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology in the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University, Australia.

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Part I Analysing the Framework: (Un)popular strangers and crises (un)bounded: discourses of sex-trafficking, the European political community and the panicked state of the modern state, Jacqueline Berman; The perverse politics of four-letter words: risk and pity in the securitisation of human trafficking, Claudia Aradau; Child trafficking or teenage migration? Bolivian migrants in Argentina, Tanja Bastia; Trafficking and transnational organised crime, Maggie Lee. Part II Data on Human Trafficking: What We Know, How We Know It and Implications: The illusiveness of counting ’victims’ and the concreteness of ranking countries: trafficking in persons from Colombia to Japan, Kay B. Warren; Data on human trafficking: challenges and policy context, Jo Goodey; Images and evidence: human trafficking, auditing and the production of illicit markets in Southeast Asia and beyond, Johan Lindquist; Representing trafficking: media in the United States, Great Britain, and Canada, Giris J. 'Jeff' Gulati; Comparative models of reporting mechanisms on the status of trafficking in human beings, Mohamed Y. Mattar. Part III Implementing Counter-Trafficking Strategies: Human trafficking, information campaigns, and strategies of migration control, Céline Nieuwenhuys and Antoine Pécoud; Where are all the victims? Understanding the determinants of official identification of human trafficking incidents, Amy Farrell, Jack McDevitt and Stephanie Fahy; Human trafficking and legal culture, David Nelken; Repatriation: returning women home, Marie Segrave, Sanja Milivojevic and Sharon Pickering. Part IV Alternative Frameworks: Beyond a snapshot: preventing human trafficking in the global economy, Janie Chuang; The human rights quagmire of ’human trafficking’, James C. Hathaway; Human rights and human trafficking: Quagmire or firm ground? A response to James Hathaway, Anne T. Gallagher; Name index.

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