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Paradoxes of Integration: Female Migrants in Europe
This chapter analyses the changing construction of trafficking as a global issue. It considers amongst other factors the first international conferences and conventions which introduced a new perspective to trafficking compared with the early twentieth century idea of "White trade", which linked it strictly to prostitution. It looks at the definitions of trafficking, their core assumptions as well as how these inform the guidelines for legislation and social intervention. The chapter alsodoi:10.1007/978-94-007-4842-2_10 fatcat:3hwctuq6n5a6vnuc3vdvo4wkhm