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Menschenhandel: Wer ist Täter, wer ist Opfer? - Zur Konstruktion einer Politik


Uhl, B H; Vorheyer, C (2006). Menschenhandel: Wer ist Täter, wer ist Opfer? - Zur Konstruktion einer Politik. Osteuropa, 56(6):21-33.

Abstract

Numerous international state organisations have taken up human trafficking in recent years. They all claim to be protecting human rights. In fact, the political discourse of human trafficking is influenced above all by criminological thinking and revolves around strengthening and defending nation-state or supranational borders. As a result, the people affected by human trafficking are not helped, nor are the structural causes fought.

Abstract

Numerous international state organisations have taken up human trafficking in recent years. They all claim to be protecting human rights. In fact, the political discourse of human trafficking is influenced above all by criminological thinking and revolves around strengthening and defending nation-state or supranational borders. As a result, the people affected by human trafficking are not helped, nor are the structural causes fought.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Sociology
Dewey Decimal Classification:300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology
Language:German
Date:2006
Deposited On:12 Aug 2013 06:27
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 16:53
Publisher:BWV - Berliner Wissenschafts Verlag GmbH / Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde
ISSN:0030-6428
Additional Information:Alternativer Titel: Täterprofile und Opferbilder. Die Logik der internationalen Menschenhandelspolitik
Related URLs:http://www.osteuropa.dgo-online.org/issues/2006

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