ABSTRACT. Human trafficking has become a globally prominent issue which attracts the attention of different countries worldwide because of its devastating consequences to human beings. Is human trafficking a gender issue? If yes, we need to have gender-based anti-trafficking initiatives that help eliminate gender causes and con- sequences of human trafficking. This paper turns around human trafficking situation in Vietnam and anti-trafficking politics of the state to examine gender aspects of human trafficking in globalization; to see if the commitments are gender specific or gender-sensitive; and the state ideologies that inform anti-trafficking politics in globalization. pp. 48–65

Keywords: human trafficking, state, ideology, gender, globalization

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