The Newsletter 61 Autumn 2012

Internal child trafficking in China

Anqi ShenGeorgios A. AntonopoulosGeorgios Papanicolaou

Although transnational trafficking in children has attracted worldwide attention in the last two decades, internal trafficking has been relatively ignored. A number of geographical contexts have been largely neglected by the academic community and one of them has been China; a country with a remarkably long history of the phenomenon and one in which the particular practice is culturally embedded, to the point that it is viewed simply as tradition.

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