Child Trafficking, Youth Labour Mobility and the Politics of Protection


To Benin and Back in Search of How and WhyTheoretical BearingsStructure of the BookNotesBibliographyThe Dominant Paradigm: Child Trafficking and the Fight Against ItThe Problem of Child TraffickingThe ‘Pathological Paradigm’: What Causes Child Trafficking?‘Placement’ as TraffickingProblem ParentsCriminal Deviance: ‘Wily’ Traffickers and ‘Tricky’ IntermediariesThe Naive (Non-Agentive) ChildPovertyState WeaknessAnti-trafficking PolicyThe Legal FrameworkThe State at the BorderThe State in the VillageSensitisation and ‘Responsibilisation’School PromotionFamily Planning and Birth RegistrationThe Fight Against PovertyDiscourse and Policy: Expressing IdeologyWestern ChildhoodNeoliberalismThe Ideal StateConclusionNotesBibliographyChallenging the Paradigm: Young People at Work and on the MoveNon-Western Childhood(s), Work and MobilityBeninPerceptions of Work and Labour MigrationThe Zou-Abeokuta Case StudyThe Anti-Trafficking Take on AbeokutaBenin’s Child Slaves Working Nigeria’s QuarriesMy Research Along the Zou-Abeokuta CorridorA Sociological OverviewWhat the Work Is LikeHow and Why Migratory Decisions Are MadeParental DecisionsMigration History: PlacideMigration History: JulianAdolescent DecisionsMigration History: JackMigration History: ZezeMigration History: ZackAlternative Policies Please?Migration History: TrevorConclusionNotesBibliographyExplaining the Paradigm: Inside the Anti-trafficking FieldInternalisationSystems of IgnorancePlacement as Trafficking in Benin?2The Politics of Silence: Dynamics of Stability and StabilisationDiscursive DisciplineSelf-Discipline‘Playing the Game’The Politics of RepresentationThe Symbolic and Economic Capital Trade-OffBy Way of a Conclusion: ‘Children on the Move... Plus Qa ChangeNotesBibliographyBibliography
 
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