• Corpus ID: 26246252

Sex Trafficking and the Sex Industry: The Need for Evidence-Based Theory and Legislation

  title={Sex Trafficking and the Sex Industry: The Need for Evidence-Based Theory and Legislation},
  author={Ronald Weitzer},
  journal={Journal of Criminal Law \& Criminology},
  • Ronald Weitzer
  • Published 2012
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology
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