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Trade in Human Beings for Sex in Southeast Asia, The
   


ISBN :   9789744801630
WL Order Code :    E22644
Price :    US$25.00
Print :   Bangkok 2010,
Size :   512 pp., 150 x 210 mm pbk. Weight  0.680 kg
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  Le Roux, Pierre & Jean Baffie & Gilles Beullier (Eds)
Trade in Human Beings for Sex in Southeast Asia, The

:A General Statement of Prostitution and Trafficked Women and Children
     
   
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This collection of papers brings together 28 senior scholars and experts hailing from all over the world in various disciplines: ethnology and social anthropology, sociology, geography, political science, psychology, pscho-criminology, medicine, law, economics, history as well as humanitarian assistance providers to provide a general statement on slavery, prostitution and trafficking in persons in the region. In recent years prostitution and trafficking in women and children for the purpose of sexual exploitation has been steadily increasing at an alarming rate. Underlying reasons are not only the ongoing processes of globalization and the lagging behind of the concerned emerging countries, but also a number of cultural factors specific to this region. The problem’s background is given in Part 1: A at the past; Part 2 provides the data from field studies in human trafficking and prostitution; Part 3 deals with additional related problems and suggests possible responses. This indispensable work covers all aspects of a complex social problem and offers some suggestions on how to deal with it. The book was published in cooperation with the Research Institute on Contemporary Studies (IRASEC).
 

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