"In recent times some scholars have begun to question some commonly held beliefs on the relation between sex trafficking and prostitution. Along this path of inquiry, Selling Sex Overseas: Chinese Women and the Realities of Prostitution and Global Sex Trafficking is a meaningful and interesting contribution, which challenges the conventional wisdom about sex trafficking that guides national and international regulatory frameworks. [...] The book will certainly be of interest to readers of this Journal. It is well written and suitable to both an experienced and non-specialist audience. It should be valuable not only to scholars in the fields of criminology, sociology, and gender studies, but also to all those interested in the complex relation between sex trafficking and prostitution such as policy-makers and social activists." -"Trends in Organized Crime"Rezension:
"[The authors'] work thus has implications for national and international public policies. I highly recommend this book for scholars in fields of sociology, gender studies, and area studies."-Shu-Ju Ada Cheng, Associate Professor in Sociology, DePaul University
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