One Million People Are Trafficked Into The Sex Industry Each Year In This Timely And Provocative Study, Kathryn Farr Documents The Macro And Micro Impact Of Trafficking Women And Children Into This Industry On A Global Scale Farr Looks Not Only At The Victims Themselves, But Also At The Sex Trade S Main Players, Organized Crime Structure, Economic Conditions, And Role In Which Various Militaries Perpetuate Its Demand Sex Trafficking Can Be Incorporated Into A Variety Of Courses In Sociology, Social Problems, Culture And Sexuality, History, And Women S Studies. Got it because I thought I might need it for this paper, but I ended up not needing it and will probably never read it. Farr opened up my eyes evento the extensive problem of sex trafficking that exists in our society This topic has always enraged me and I have even thought about obtaining a career combating this epidemic Farr was able to provide eveninformation, such as the militarized prostitution camps and
waste of time Every chapter is the same stats and almost identical stories. Farr has obviously done her research This book is frustrating and jarring, but worth reading.
- 262 pages
- Sex Trafficking
- Kathryn Farr
- 09 September 2018 Kathryn Farr