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作者 Kaye, Julie, author
書名 Responding to human trafficking : dispossession, colonial violence, and resistance among indigenous and racialized women / Julie Kaye
出版項 Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, [2017]
©2017
國際標準書號 9781487501747 (hardcover)
9781487521615 (softcover)
1487501749 (hardcover)
1487521618 (softcover)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  HQ281 .K39 2017    在架上    30610020554218
說明 xxii, 279 pages ; 23 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-267) and index
"Responding to Human Trafficking is the first book to critically examine responses to the growing issue of human trafficking in Canada. Julie Kaye challenges the separation of trafficking debates into international versus domestic emphases and explores the tangled ways in which anti-trafficking policies reflect and reinforce the settler-colonial nation-building project of Canada. In doing so, Kaye reveals how some anti-trafficking measures create additional harms for the individuals they are trying to protect, particularly migrant and Indigenous women. The author's critical examination draws upon theories of post- and settler-colonialism, Indigenous feminist thought, and fifty-six interviews with people in counter-trafficking employment across Western Canada. Responding to Human Trafficking provides a new framework for critical analyses of anti-trafficking and other rights-based and anti-violence interventions. Kaye disrupts measures that contribute to the insecurity experienced by trafficked women and individuals affected by anti-trafficking responses by pointing to anti-colonial organizing and the possibilities of reciprocity in relationships of care"-- Provided by publisher
主題 Human trafficking -- Canada
Human trafficking -- Law and legislation -- Canada
Human trafficking victims -- Canada -- Social conditions
Human trafficking -- Social aspects -- Canada
Human trafficking -- Canada -- Prevention
Colonization -- Social aspects
Postcolonialism -- Social aspects
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