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|Description:||xix, 215 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction 2. Human trafficking: Assumptions, Claims, and Evidence 3. Slavery, Prostitution, and Human Trafficking in Cambodia: History and Contexts 4. The Socio-political construction of human trafficking 5. Responses to human trafficking 6. Prevalence of illegal migrations, prostitution, and human trafficking in Cambodia 7. The Cambodian criminal justice system 8. Finding and talking to traffickers 9. Human traffickers in Cambodia 10. Why do they do it and do they make much money? 11. The role of the Cambodian criminal justice system 12. The road to hell is paved with good intention|
|Series Title:||Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series, 64.|
"This groundbreaking book is a major contribution to our understanding of human trafficking and migration in Cambodia. Drawing from his interviews with a huge sample of participants, including