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The following readings are recommended for students interested in exploring the topics of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module:

  • Bagaric, Mirko and Alexander, Theo (2012). The capacity of criminal sanctions to shape the behaviour of offenders: Specific deterrence doesn't work, rehabilitation might and the implications for sentencing, Criminal Law Journal, vol. 36, pp. 159-172
  • Bewley, Elizabeth (2014). A New Form of Ideological Capture: Abortion Politics and The Trafficking Victims Protection Act, Harvard Law Policy Review, vol. 8, pp. 229-253
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (1979). Identifying, Explaining and Predicting Deterrence, The British Journal of Criminology, vol. 19, pp. 205-224
  • Broad, Rose (2015). A Vile and Violent Thing': Female Traffickers and the Criminal Justice Response, British Journal of Criminology, vol. 55, pp. 1058-1075 
  • Clancy, Shannon E. (2017). Immigration and Modern Slavery: How the Law of One Fail to Provide Justice t Victims of the Other, University of Baltimore Law Review Spring, vol. 46, pp. 335-353
  • David, Fiona (2010). Building the infrastructure of anti-trafficking: Information, funding, responses, Criminology & Public Policy, vol. 9, pp. 235-243
  • David, Fiona (2008). Prosecuting trafficking in persons: known issues, emerging responses, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, vol. 358, pp. 1-6
  • Davy, Deanna (2017). Justice for victims of human trafficking in Australia? Issues associated with Australia's criminal justice response to trafficking in persons, Contemporary Justice Review, vol. 20, pp. 115-131
  • Elysse, Stolpe, K. (2014). Ms-13 and Domestic Juvenile Sex Trafficking: Causes, Correlates, and Solutions, Virginia Journal of Social Policy the Law, vol. 21, pp. 341-372
  • Farrell, Amy, Owens, Coleen and McDevitt, Jack (2014). New laws but few cases: understanding the challenges to the investigation and prosecution of human trafficking cases, Crime, Law and Social Change, vol. 61, pp. 139-168
  • Fish, Caroline A. (2017). Extraterritorial Human Trafficking Prosecutions: Eliminating Zones of Impunity within Limits of International Law and Due Process, Saint John's Law Review Summer, vol. 91, pp. 529-557
  • Franco, Melanie (2015). Human Sex Trafficking: An International Problem with an International Solution Requiring National Implementation, Florida Journal of International Law December, vol. 27, pp. 421-439
  • Gallagher, Anne and Paul, Holmes (2008). Developing an Effective Criminal Justice Response to Human Trafficking, International Criminal Justice Review, vol. 18, pp. 318-343
  • George, Emma, McNaughton, Darlene and Tsourtos George (2017). An Interpretive Analysis of Australia's Approach to Human Trafficking and Its Focus on Criminal Justice Over Public Health, Journal of Human Trafficking, vol. 3, pp. 81-92
  • Hacker, Daphna (2015). Strategic Compliance in the Shadow of Transnational Anti-trafficking Law, Harvard Human Rights Journal Spring, vol. 28, pp. 11-64
  • Harkins, Benjamin (2017). Constraints to a Robust Evidence Base for Anti-Trafficking Interventions, Anti-Trafficking Review, vol. 8, pp. 113-130
  • Loughran, Thomas, Paternoster, Ray and Weiss, Douglas B. (2016). Deterrence. In Piquero and Alex R. The Handbook of Criminological Theory. New Jersey: Wiley
  • McNeill, Maggie (2014). Mind-Witness Testimony: The Unreliability of First-Person Accounts in Sex Trafficking Discourse, Albany Government Law Review, vol. 7, pp. 56-90
  • McSherry, Bernadette and Cullen, Miriam (2007). The Criminal Justice Response to Trafficking in Persons: Practical Problems with Enforcement in the Asia-Pacific Region, Global Change, Peace & Security, vol. 19, pp. 205-220
  • Muftic, Lisa R., and Mary A. Finn. (2013). Health Outcomes Among Women Trafficked for Sex in The United States: A Closer Look, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 28, pp. 1859-1885. 
  • Nagin, Daniel S. (1998). Criminal Deterrence Research at the Outset of the Twenty-First Century, Crime and Justice, vol. 23, pp. 1-42
  • Schaffner, Jessica E. (2014). Optimal Deterrence: A Law and Economics Assessment of Sex and Labor Trafficking Law in The United States, Houston Law Review, vol. 51, pp. 1519-1548
  • Small, Alexa (2018). Big Picture Thinking: Judges Enforcement of International Treaties, Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law, vol. 18, pp. 1
  • Todres, Jonathan (2013). Assessing Public Health Strategies for Advancing Child Protection: Human Trafficking as a Case Study, Journal of Law and Policy, vol. 21, pp. 93-112 . 
  • Tomes, Michelle (2013). A Child Is Not A Commodity: Stopping Domestic Child Sex Trafficking, University of Florida Journal of Law Public Policy, vol. 24, pp. 213-234. 
  • Turner-Moss, Eleanor, Cathy Zimmerman, Louise M. Howard, and Siân Oram. (2014). Labour Exploitation and Health: A Case Series of Men and Women Seeking Post-Trafficking Services, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, vol. 16, pp. 473-480
  • Velado, Elizete D. (2012-2013). Shifting Gears: Improving Anti-Trafficking Efforts Through A Shift in Policy Focus, Seattle Journal for Social Justice, vol. 22, pp. 187-211

 

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