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SOC 404/PSY 416 - Human Trafficking

In this guide you will find links to information to assist you with your Human Trafficking course. Information provided includes links to related databases, encyclopedias, journals and websites. In addition, there is also helpful information on evaluating

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Suggested eBooks

The War on Human Trafficking

The War on Human Trafficking covers the policy battles surrounding efforts to abolish human trafficking. Anthony M. DeStefano details events leading up to the creation of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000.

Human Trafficking, Smuggling and Illegal Immigration

Organized crime is not in retreat. Quite the reverse; it is spreading far and wide, and contrary to popular belief, it is much more damaging than terrorist activity.

Human Trafficking in Ohio

Wilson and Dalton explore the extent and characteristics of human trafficking in Ohio through both a content analysis of newspaper accounts and interviews with criminal justice officials and social service providers.

The Slave Next Door - Human Trafficking and Slavery in America Today

Human Trafficking in the United States --Weaving together a wealth of voices—from slaves, slaveholders, and traffickers as well as from experts, counselors, law enforcement officers, rescue and support groups, and others—this book is also a call to action, telling what we, as private citizens, can do to finally bring an end to this horrific crime.

Suggested Books in Print

Broadening the Scope of Human Trafficking Research (2017)

Broadening the Scope of Human Trafficking Research is an edited reader that not only discusses the myriad of types of human trafficking (e.g. sex trafficking, labor trafficking, adoption, child soldiers, organ trafficking, servile marriage) but also the diversity of victims, identities and the relationship to heightened trafficking risk (e.g. race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity). The book emphasizes the multiple types of human trafficking and exploitation evident worldwide, with a particular emphasis on identity-based vulnerabilities and those otherwise marginalized in the research literature...

Human Trafficking (2010)

"This book examines all forms of human trafficking globally, revealing the operations of the trafficking business and the nature of the traffickers themselves"-- Provided by publisher.

Walking Prey (2014)

Holly Austin Smith shows how middle class suburban communities are fast becoming the new epicenter of sex trafficking in America.

Nobody's Girl (2015)

Sexual abuse, human trafficking, drug addiction, rape, prison, and domestic violence--Barbara Amaya experienced it all on first on the streets of Washington DC and then New York City, most of it before her sixteenth birthday. In Nobody's Girl she shares her journey from trafficking victim to human rights advocate, weaving together a story of loss, pain, courage, and transformation.

The Anti-Slavery Project (2011)

Pt. 1. The British empire and the legal abolition of slavery --pt. 2. Linking the historical and contemporary: The limits of legal abolition ; Defining slavery in all its forms -- pt. 3. Contemporary forms of slavery: "Classical" slavery and descent-based discrimination ; Slaves to debt ; Trafficked into slavery -- Conclusion: Contemporary slavery in the shadow of history.

Confronting Global Gender Justice (2011)

An interdisciplinary collection of essays that address women’s rights as human rights.

Deviant Globalization (2011)

Deviant Globalization argues that, far from being marginal, illicit activities are a pervasive and integral part of globalization. Examining a wide range of underground industries, this unique reader explains why understanding deviant globalization, and the moral arbitrage that fuels it, is crucial for making decisions and enacting policies that will maximize the benefits of globalization and minimize its ill effects.

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