Dancing across Borders: ‘Exotic Dancers,’ Trafficking, and Canadian Immigration Policy

@article{Macklin2003DancingAB,
  title={Dancing across Borders: ‘Exotic Dancers,’ Trafficking, and Canadian Immigration Policy},
  author={Audrey Macklin},
  journal={International Migration Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={464 - 500}
}
This article analyzes a Canadian immigration program that authorizes issuance of temporary work visas to ‘exotic dancers.’ In response to public criticism that the government was thereby implicated in the transnational trafficking of women into sexual exploitation, Citizenship and Immigration Canada retained the visa program de jure but eliminated it de facto. Using a legal and discursive analysis that focuses on the production of female labor migrants variously as workers, as criminals and as… Expand
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