Items where Kingston Author is "Mai, Nicola"

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Macioti, P. G., Aroney, Eurydice, Bennachie, Calum, Fehrenbacher, Anne E., Giametta, Calogero, Hoefinger, Heidi, Mai, Nicola and Musto, Jennifer (2020) Framing the Mother Tac : the racialised, sexualised and gendered politics of modern slavery in Australia. Social Sciences, 9(11), e192. ISSN (print) 2076-0760

Fehrenbacher, Anne E., Musto, Jennifer, Hoefinger, Heidi, Mai, Nicola, Macioti, Paola, Giametta, Calogero and Bennachie, Calum (2020) Transgender people and human trafficking : intersectional exclusion of transgender migrants and people of color from anti-trafficking protection in the United States. Journal of Human Trafficking, 6(2), pp. 182-194. ISSN (print) 2332-2705

Hoefinger, Heidi, Musto, Jennifer, Macioti, P.G., Fehrenbacher, Anne E., Mai, Nicola, Bennachie, Calum and Giametta, Calogero (2020) Community-based responses to negative health impacts of sexual humanitarian anti-trafficking policies and the criminalization of sex work and migration in the US. Social Sciences, 9(1), ISSN (online) 2076-0760

Mai, Nicola (2017) Mobile orientations : an autoethnography of Tunisian professional boyfriends. Sexualities, 20(4), pp. 482-496. ISSN (print) 1363-4607

Mai, Nicola (2016) 'Too much suffering' : understanding the interplay between migration, bounded exploitation and trafficking through Nigerian sex workers' experiences. Sociological Research Online, 21(4), ISSN (online) 1360-7804

Hickman, Mary J. and Mai, Nicola (2015) Migration and social cohesion : appraising the resilience of place in London. Population, Space and Place, 21(5), pp. 421-432. ISSN (print) 1544-8444

Book

Mai, Nicola (2018) Mobile orientations : an intimate autoethnography of migration, sex work, and humanitarian Borders. Chicago, U.S. : University of Chicago Press. 256p. ISBN 9780226584959

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