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Human Trafficking

Author : Wendy Stickle
ISBN : 9781544378466
Genre : Social Science
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Human Trafficking: A Comprehensive Exploration into Modern Day Slavery examines the legal, socio-cultural, historical, and political aspects of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. While most texts only cover sex trafficking and labor trafficking, this text takes a more inclusive approach, provide coverage of what is currently known about organ trafficking, child marriage, and child soldiers as well. These topics are explored within the borders of the United States as well as across the world. The reality is that this problem is not limited to one country or, even, one continent. Technology and globalization have made this an international crisis that requires a collaborative and cooperative international response. The goal of this text is to provide an accurate understanding of all forms of human trafficking and current responses to this crime. You can find additional author-created digital resources to accompany this text at https://sagehtbook.weebly.com/
Category: Social Science

Human Trafficking

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Homeland Security. Subcommittee on Border, Maritime, and Global Counterterrorism
ISBN : UOM:39015090378301
Genre : Child prostitution
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Category: Child prostitution

Human Trafficking

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs
ISBN : PURD:32754077967424
Genre : Emigration and immigration law
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Category: Emigration and immigration law

Combating Human Trafficking

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights, and International Operations
ISBN : PURD:32754077533036
Genre : Children
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Category: Children

Combating Human Trafficking

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
ISBN : MINN:31951D038047754
Genre : Child prostitution
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Category: Child prostitution

China And Human Trafficking

Author : United States. Congressional-Executive Commission on China
ISBN : MINN:31951D03456579S
Genre : Forced labor
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Category: Forced labor

Human Trafficking

Author : Courtney Hillhouse
ISBN : OCLC:173175721
Genre : Slavery
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Category: Slavery

The Trade In Human Beings

Author : House of Commons
ISBN : OCLC:1154817226
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This report examines the nature and extent of human trafficking in modern Britain. Topics covered include: sex trade; women and children, domestic servants and the modern 'slave trade'. It considers how trafficking can be prevented and policed and examines current practices for identifying and protecting victims.
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Human Trafficking

Author : Kathryn Cullen-DuPont
ISBN : 9781438119007
Genre : Child labor
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"Despite the United Nations having officially abolished slavery and the slave trade more than 60 years ago, millions of human beings continue to be enslaved. Human trafficking - the official term for the modern-day slave trade - consists of buying and selling people with the intent of exploiting them through forced labor or sexual acts. Human Trafficking provides a thorough examination of this issue. It describes the suffering caused by human trafficking as well as the financial and cultural conditions that make modern slavery possible, both within and beyond national borders. The efforts of the United Nations, national governments, and nongovernmental organizations to combat human trafficking are thoroughly discussed, as are those to provide direct aid to the individual victims. Human Trafficking is an eye-opening account that examines how the trade is conducted in the United States, the Netherlands, Nigeria, India, and Belize. Each case study analyzes the patterns of trade, the types of exploitation, why countries have failed to halt the practice, and the unrelenting efforts to eradicate human trafficking"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Child labor

Human Trafficking Smuggling And Illegal Immigration

Author : Myrianne Coen
ISBN : 9781607507239
Genre : Political Science
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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. The success of any initiative to combat the wide-ranging effects of organized crime depends on a thorough understanding of its geographical, historical and political aspects. Without careful, well informed strategic planning, there is a danger that the problem will only be dealt with piecemeal; individual actors may be apprehended, but the organization as a whole will shift and mutate, never losing its criminal character. All too.
Category: Political Science

Human Trafficking

Author : Noël Bridget Busch-Armendariz
ISBN : 9781506305738
Genre : Social Science
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Human Trafficking: Applying Research, Theory, and Case Studies is a practical, interdisciplinary text that draws from empirically grounded scholarship, survivor-centered practices, and an ecological perspective to help readers develop an understanding of the meaning and scope of human trafficking. Throughout the book, authors Noël Bridget Busch-Armendariz , Maura Nsonwu, and Laurie Cook Heffron address the specific vulnerabilities of human trafficking victims, their medical-psycho-social needs, and issues related to direct service delivery. They also address the identification of human trafficking crimes, traffickers, and the impact of this crime on the global economy. Using detailed case studies to illuminate real situations, the book covers national and international anti-trafficking policies, prevention and intervention strategies, promising practices to combat human trafficking, responses of law enforcement and service providers, organizational challenges, and the cost of trafficking to human wellbeing.
Category: Social Science

Human Trafficking

Author : John Winterdyk
ISBN : 9781439820377
Genre : Computers
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Human trafficking is a crime that undermines fundamental human rights and a broader sense of global order. It is an atrocity that transcends borderswith some regions known as exporters of trafficking victims and others recognized as destination countries. Edited by three global experts and composed of the work of an esteemed panel of contributors,
Category: Computers

Human Trafficking

Author : Maria De Angelis
ISBN : 9781443887700
Genre : Political Science
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This book explores women’s stories of agency in a lived experience of trafficking. The idea of agency is a difficult concept to fathom, given the unscrupulous acts and exploitative practices which define trafficking. In response to the ‘3-P’ anti-trafficking paradigm – to prevent and protect victims and prosecute traffickers – official discourse constructs agency in singular opposition to victimhood. The ‘true’ victim of trafficking is reified in attributes of passivity and worthiness, whereas signs of women’s agency are read as consent in their own predicament or as culpability in criminal justice and immigration rule-breaking. Moving beyond the official lack or criminal fact of agency, this collection of stories adds knowledge on agency constructed with, on, and by, women possessing a trafficking experience. Based on the stories of twenty-six women, agency is seen to exist in relationship to women’s victimisation under trafficking. Exploring well-being agency (women’s physical safety and economic needs), and agency freedom (women’s capacity to construct choices and the conditions affecting choice), women demonstrate agency in their identity, decision making, and actions. Acknowledging the existence of a migration-crime-security nexus in contemporary human trafficking, the narratives of fifteen anti-trafficking professionals highlight how official actions mediate women’s achievement of well-being and agency freedoms. This book will be of interest to students undertaking courses in modern slavery, human trafficking, human geography, police studies, social work, and criminology.
Category: Political Science