They Are Not Romeo Pimps, They Are Traffickers: Overcoming the Socially Dominant Discourse to Prevent the Sex Trafficking of Youth

@article{Merodio2020TheyAN,
  title={They Are Not Romeo Pimps, They Are Traffickers: Overcoming the Socially Dominant Discourse to Prevent the Sex Trafficking of Youth},
  author={Guiomar Merodio and Elena Duque and Juan Carlos Axt Pe{\~n}a},
  journal={Qualitative Inquiry},
  year={2020},
  volume={26},
  pages={1010 - 1018}
}
Innovative research on sex trafficking is increasingly focusing on the relevance of social relationships in the process of recruitment of young women into sex trafficking. Within the dimension of social interactions, concern is growing about coercive and deceptive intimate relationship–based strategies that traffickers use to recruit young women. To research this recruitment process, the analysis and background on the Language of Desire has allowed us to identify, through qualitative… 
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