Toward a sustainable theory of human trafficking and contemporary slavery
Rosemead School of Psychology
Chapter p. 21-37
This definitive reference assembles the current knowledge base on the scope and phenomena of sex trafficking as well as best practices for treatment of its survivors. A global feminist framework reflects a profound understanding of the entrenched social inequities and ongoing world events that fuel trafficking, including in its lesser-known forms. Empirically sound insights shed salient light on who buyers and traffickers are, why some survivors become victimizers, and the experiences of victim subpopulations (men, boys, refugees, sexual minorities), as well as emerging trends in prevention and protection, resilience and rehabilitation. These powerful dispatches also challenge readers to consider complex questions found at the intersections of gender, race, socioeconomic status, and politics.
Human trafficking; Human trafficking victims
Handbook of sex trafficking : feminist transnational perspectives
Dryjanska, Laura (2019). Toward a sustainable theory of human trafficking and contemporary slavery. Handbook of sex trafficking : feminist transnational perspectives. 21-37. Chan: Springer.