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An Integrated Theoretical Framework to Describe Human Trafficking of Young Women and Girls for Involuntary Prostitution

By Thozama Mandisa Lutya and Mark Lanier

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Thozama Mandisa Lutya and Mark Lanier (May 16th 2012). An Integrated Theoretical Framework to Describe Human Trafficking of Young Women and Girls for Involuntary Prostitution, Public Health Jay Maddock, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/37064. Available from:

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