Geography of Trafficking: From Drug Smuggling to Modern-Day Slavery

by
Fred M. Shelleyauthor
Reagan Metzauthor
Geography of Trafficking: From Drug Smuggling to Modern-Day Slavery

20171031

ABC-CLIO

Pages 384
Topics Geography and World Cultures

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Geography of Trafficking: From Drug Smuggling to Modern-Day Slavery

Author(s): Shelley, Fred; Metz, Reagan;
Contributors: Shelley, Fred; Metz, Reagan;
Abstract:

This important reference work examines trafficking from a geographic perspective and investigates the driving forces behind it and the powers that are trying to curtail the problem.


• Provides a comprehensive look at the geography of trafficking as a whole that highlights how different kinds of trafficking are often related

• Supplies a much-needed reference book on a topic that is of perennial interest and often mentioned in media

• Includes an appendix of primary documents that includes excerpts from anti-trafficking acts and policies, declarations, human rights campaigns, and other important sources, each with an introduction

SortTitle: geography of trafficking: from drug smuggling to modern-day slavery
Keyword(s): Geography and World Cultures
Author Info:
Fred M. Shelleyauthor
Reagan Metzauthor
eISBN-13: 9781440838231
Cover Image URL: ~~FreeAttachments/9781440838231.jpg
Print ISBN-13: 9781440838224
Imprint: ABC-CLIO
Pages: 384
Publication Date: 20171031