This paper discusses a small but thriving industry of sex trafficking of women and children in Cambodia. Douglas examines the factors that contribute to trafficking, such as poverty, social disruption, and the sex tourism market in Southeast Asia. She explains how the practice continues, despite government and NGO attempts to stop it, and highlights the impact this industry has on its human cargo.
|Publisher:||Intl Specialized Book Service Inc|
|Series:||Centre of Southeast Asian Studies Working Papers Series , #122|
|Product dimensions:||9.16(w) x 12.32(h) x 0.24(d)|