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Title: Contexts and Complexities
Authors: Malloch, Margaret
Rigby, Paul
Contact Email: m.s.malloch@stir.ac.uk
Editors: Malloch, M
Rigby, P
Citation: Malloch M & Rigby P (2016) Contexts and Complexities. In: Malloch M, Rigby P (ed.). Human Trafficking: The Complexities of Exploitation, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1-16.
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: First paragraph: Human Trafficking: The Complexities of Exploitation is a collaborative endeavour by practitioners and academics working in the field of ‘human trafficking’; a term that does little to convey the myriad acts that underpin the forced movement, exploitation and enslavement of men, women and children across the world. Specifically, the book sets out to locate this trade in human lives within a wider context of exploitative practices and to focus attention on the issues facing victims and survivors.
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