Dignity is a scholarly journal dedicated to creating a publishing space for all members of the community—survivors, activists, legal advocates, service providers, researchers, theorists, and scholars—who write about exploitation and violence. Frontline Reports put Dignity on the leading edge of naming, describing, and analyzing topics relevant to our work of ending exploitation and violence. Each report teaches us about the immediate topic and opens up new horizons for future scholarship. By bringing all together, we facilitate the exchange of information and enhance the development of scholarship in the field.
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Hughes, Donna M.
"Frontline Reports: Emergent Topics for Scholarly Development,"
Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence:
1, Article 13.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/dignity/vol2/iss1/13
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