Constructions of Human Trafficking in the Australian Sex Industry: an International Relations Perspective
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I explore how the Australian Government constructs human trafficking in the Australian sex industry as a problem and who influences this construction; I do not assume it is a problem and simply look at the Government’s response. It is this subtle difference which forms the core of my research. This dissertation is significant in International Relations because it looks at a human security issue concerning a group of people whose voices are often ignored.