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Contents Introduction: From Moral Panic to Global Justice: Changing Perspectives on Trafficking, Kamala Kempadoo PART I. Shifting Paradigms: Globalization, Labor Migration and Human Rights 1. Unpacking the Trafficking Discourse, Jyoti Sanghera 2. Cross-Border Movements and the Law: Renegotiating the Boundaries of Difference, Ratna Kapur 3. Miles Away: The Trouble with Prevention in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, Phil Marshall and Susu Thatun 4. Reflections by an Anti-trafficking Activist, by Lin Chew PART II. Complicating the ?Problem? of Sex Work 5. From Anti-trafficking to Social Discipline; Or, The Changing Role of ?Women?s? NGOs in Taiwan, Josephine Ho 6. Trafficking in Lives: How Ideology Shapes Policy, Melissa Ditmore 7. The Myth of Nepal-to-India Sex Trafficking: Its Creation, Its Maintenance, and Its Influence on Anti-trafficking Interventions, John Frederick 8. Sex Worker Rights Organizations and Anti-trafficking Campaigns, edited by Kamala Kempadoo PART III. Reports from the Field: Participation, Research, and Action 9. Migration, Trafficking, and Sites of Work: Rights and Vulnerabilities, Jagori 10. Feminist Participatory Action Research in the Mekong Region, Jan Boontinand, for the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women 11. Using a Dynamic, Interactive, and Participatory Process to Develop and Redefine the Human Trafficking Paradigm in Bangladesh, Aftab Ahmed 12. Trafficked Persons or Economic Migrants? Bangladeshis in India, Natasha Ahmad Index About the Editors and Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Human smuggling -- Asia.
Prostitution -- Asia.
Forced labor -- Asia.
Asia -- Emigration and immigration.