Human Trafficking by Maggy Lee

By Maggy Lee

Human Trafficking presents a severe engagement with the foremost debates on human exchange. It addresses the topic in the broader context of world crime and the internationalisation of crime keep an eye on. The booklet takes a greatly discursive process and attracts on historic, comparative in addition to the most recent empirical fabric to demonstrate and tell the dialogue of the most important traits in human trafficking. The ebook is helping to enhance clean theoretical insights into globalisation, exclusion and governance, and identifies a brand new study time table that might make sure the ebook is of curiosity to complicated point scholars in addition to educational scholars.

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Human Trafficking

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