This book targets sex trafficking within every geographic region and it provides a general profile of the geographic regions in terms of demographic characteristics and political conditions that may support the growth of sex trafficking. It is written on a basic information-supply-level to provide readers with a foundation on human trafficking throughout the world.
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Kimberly A. McCabe is dean of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences and professor of criminology at Lynchburg College. Sabita Manian is professor of international relations at Lynchburg College.Review:
This is a fantastic new book about an extremely important issue. Great information for students and faculty interested in solutions to the problem of human trafficking. (James Michael Lampinen, University of Arkansas)
McCabe and Manian shed light on the crime of sex trafficking around the globe by looking closely at causes, incidence, and anti-trafficking efforts by country and region. This book will be an indispensable reference for all who care about ending sex trafficking. (Mary Crawford, University of Connecticut, author of Sex Trafficking in South Asia: Telling Maya's Story)
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