Globalization’s Siren Call: Perpetuating Sex Trafficking of Women in the Third World
AbstractThis current wave of globalization is perpetuating the sex trade in the form of human trafficking by providing new, cheaper and easier methods for enabling the movement of humans across borders and markets. Examines the the causes and consequences of human trafficking as well as the specific movements that have taken action against this ever-growing and changing market.
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