Zemiology and Human Trafficking

Author:   Avi Boukli
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9781138238848


Pages:   182
Publication Date:   05 December 2023
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Avi Boukli
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.517kg
ISBN:  

9781138238848


ISBN 10:   1138238848
Pages:   182
Publication Date:   05 December 2023
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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'Theoretically sophisticated, empirically rich and conceptually ground-breaking, while replete with intellectual and political challenges, Zemiology and Human Trafficking develops the zemiological lens as Boukli superbly dissects how ‘anti-trafficking’ inevitably fails to address trafficking harms whilst obscuring the normalised and necessary exploitation of all workers as the ‘freed slaves’ of capitalism.' Steve Tombs, Emeritus Professor, The Open University 'This exceptional book takes a multidimensional view to expose the nature of trafficking-related harms, including processes of criminalisation purportedly established to mitigate them. Its social harm lens offers a complex, yet nuanced, way of understanding antitrafficking and allows us to reimagine ways of seeing and analysing the social world.' Deborah H. Drake, Senior Lecturer, Criminology, The Open University 'Stemming from a critical and original standpoint, Zemiology and Human Trafficking is a must read for anyone with an interest in antitrafficking efforts and preventable institutional harms. By offering a rich historical and socio-legal account, Dr Boukli's latest book uniquely captures the multidimensional nature of trafficking related harms, while devising new possibilities for their reduction.' Anita Lavorgna, Associate Professor, University of Bologna 'This book develops a critical and challenging analysis of the discourses of trafficking illustrating a key component of Zemiology: the role of discursive power in the production of harm. It is an authoritative contribution to the growing discipline of Zemiology.' Paddy Hillyard, Emeritus Professor, Queen's University Belfast


'Theoretically sophisticated, empirically rich and conceptually ground-breaking, while replete with intellectual and political challenges, Zemiology and Human Trafficking develops the zemiological lens as Boukli superbly dissects how ‘anti-trafficking’ inevitably fails to address trafficking harms whilst obscuring the normalised and necessary exploitation of all workers as the ‘freed slaves’ of capitalism.' Steve Tombs, Emeritus Professor, The Open University 'This exceptional book takes a multidimensional view to expose the nature of trafficking-related harms, including processes of criminalisation purportedly established to mitigate them. Its social harm lens offers a complex, yet nuanced, way of understanding antitrafficking and allows us to reimagine ways of seeing and analysing the social world.' Deborah H. Drake, Senior Lecturer, Criminology, The Open University 'Stemming from a critical and original standpoint, Zemiology and Human Trafficking is a must read for anyone with an interest in antitrafficking efforts and preventable institutional harms. By offering a rich historical and socio-legal account, Dr Boukli's latest book uniquely captures the multidimensional nature of trafficking related harms, while devising new possibilities for their reduction.' Anita Lavorgna, Associate Professor, University of Bologna


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Avi Boukli is an Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Southampton.

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