Sex trafficking: The dark side of the Australian sex industry?

Dianne McInnes, Paul R Wilson

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Abstract

Australia is a destination country for people trafficking, inparticular women to work in the sex industry. Most are desperate due to extreme poverty or debt. This book profiles real case studies collected by the authors from interviews and court records featuring appalling acts of kidnapping, fraud, deception, drug abuse and forced sex. Tragically, the deportation of the trafficking victims does not deter traffickers lured, as they are, by huge profits, and almost no fear of prosecution.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChatswood, N.S.W
PublisherNew Holland Publishers (Australia)
Number of pages207
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781742571584, 1742571581
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    McInnes, D., & Wilson, P. R. (2012). Sex trafficking: The dark side of the Australian sex industry? (1 ed.) New Holland Publishers (Australia).