Raymond, J.G., Hugues, D.M. (2001). Sex Trafficking of Women in the United States: International and Domestic Trends.

Coalition Against Trafficking Women. 141 p. This study describes the background of women in the sex industry in the US and the profile of the recruiters, traffickers and pimps. It explores the methods of recruitment, movement, initiation and control of the trafficked women. Then it describes connections between the supply of women trafficked from abroad and within the United States to the demand created by the sex industries and the social consequences of sex trafficking in terms of violence, crime, health and other human costs.

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