Tag Archives: Human trafficking

On SAGE Insight: Population geography I: Human trafficking

From Progress in Human Geography This first report explores how understandings of human trafficking have progressed within population Geography. Migration studies have been intensified within human geography by the so-called ‘migration crisis’ sparking countless recent discussions of smuggling, asylum seeking, … Continue reading

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The complexity of the pimp-prostitute relationship: Challenging conventional stereotypes

Conflict and Agency among Sex Workers and Pimps From The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science This article presents data collected from active pimps, underage prostitutes, and young adult sex workers to demonstrate the complexity of … Continue reading

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Human Traffic–Past and Present

Special issue From Cultural Dynamics The essays in this issue are animated by the conference “Human traffic: Past and present,” sponsored by the Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAR) at Duke University in the fall of 2011. In engaging with … Continue reading

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