Redirecting the Debate Over Trafficking in Women: Definitions, Paradigms, and Contexts by Janie Chuang
As evidenced by international treaties dating back to the early twentieth century, the problem of trafficking in women is by no means a new phenomenon. However, it has only been in recent years that the problem of trafficking has again drawn world-wide concern, partly in response to reports of the sexual enslavement of Muslim women in Serbian brothels during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, and partly in response to the increasing prevalence of the trafficking of children for sexual purposes.
Redirecting the Debate over Trafficking in Women- Definitions, Paradigms, and Contexts
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- Achieving Accountability for Migrant Domestic Worker Abuse by Janie Chuang
- Muckraking and Stories Untold: Ethnography Meets Journalism on Trafficked Women in the U.S. Military by Sea-Ling Cheng
- Women Work, Men Sponge, and Everyone Gossips: Macho Men and Stigmatized/ing Women in a Sex Tourist Town by Denise Brennan
- Protecting HIV-positive women’s human rights: recommendations for the United States National HIV/AIDS Strategy by Aziza Ahmed with Catherine Hanssens and Brook Kelly