Sex trafficking in Latin America: dominant discourse, empirical paucity, and promising research

@article{Zhang2012SexTI,
  title={Sex trafficking in Latin America: dominant discourse, empirical paucity, and promising research},
  author={Sheldon X. Zhang and Rodrigo Pacheco-McEvoy and Roxanna Campos},
  journal={Global Crime},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={22 - 41}
}
Much has been written in the English-speaking world on the topic of sex trafficking, but little is known about what researchers elsewhere have produced on this topic. An exhaustive literature search was conducted to locate publications on this topic from Latin America. A total of 74 publications were located and put through a systematic content analysis. Four main discernible patterns were noticed: (1) the vast majority of the publications were produced by individuals affiliated with… Expand
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