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Conclusion

  • Roos de Wildt
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Part of the Studies of Organized Crime book series (SOOC, volume 17)

Abstract

The various claims of the book are brought together in this concluding chapter. The purpose of this final chapter is threefold. First, it summarizes the main findings of this study. Next, it explores why simple narratives on prostitution in the context of peacekeeping missions tend to take the foreground in academic and popular discussions. Finally, it considers the main additions of this study to the contemporary debate on prostitution in the context of peacekeeping missions.

Keywords

Prostitution Human trafficking Sex trafficking Peacekeeping Kosovo Simple narratives Lived experiences Structure Agency 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roos de Wildt
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  1. 1.Verwey-Jonker InstituteUtrechtThe Netherlands

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