Life interrupted trafficking into forced labor in the united states denise brennan on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers life interrupted introduces us to survivors of human trafficking who are struggling to get by and make homes for themselves in the united states having spent nearly a decade following the lives of formerly trafficked men and women. Life interrupted is a well written and useful examination of the experiences of individuals who have gone through a situation of trafficking into forced labour the book shows the problems that economic insecurity pose to formerly trafficked people. Her new book life interrupted trafficking into forced labor in the united states follows the lives of survivors of trafficking to the united states it documents the ordinary tasks of denise brennan is an anthropologist who writes about migration trafficking into forced labor and womens labor. Drawing on interviews with individuals who have been trafficked for forced labour into the united states brennan explores this post contractual phase in the victims experience of human trafficking in doing so brennan examines what it means to be exploited and what it means to be a victim of human trafficking for forced labour. In life interrupted trafficking into forced labor in the united states anthropologist denise brennan not only aims to set the record straight about sex trafficking she provides an insight into the human side of trafficking by focusing on the daily lives of forced laborers thereby de mythologizing their experience referring to the resilient
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