Published in March 2019
This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are recommended for students interested in exploring the topics of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module:
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- Bélanger, Danièle (2014). Labor Migration and Trafficking among Vietnamese Migrants in Asia. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. vol. 653, pp. 87-106.
- Chuang, Janie (1998). Redirecting the Debate over Trafficking in Women: Definitions, Paradigms, and Contexts. Harvard Human Rights Journal, vol. 11, pp. 65-107.
- Dunne, Joseph L. (2012). Hijacked: How Efforts to Redefine the International Definition of Human Trafficking Threaten Its Purpose. Willamette Law Review, vol. 48, pp.403-521.
- Ezell, Laura (2016). Human trafficking in multinational supply chains: a corporate director's fiduciary duty to monitor and eliminate human trafficking violations. Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 69, pp. 499-544.
- Fouladvand, Shahrzad (2018). Decentering the prosecution-oriented approach: Tackling both supply and demand in the struggle against human trafficking. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, vol. 52, pp. 129-143.
- Gallagher, Anne (2015). Exploitation in Migration: Unacceptable but Inevitable. Journal of International Affairs, vol. 68, pp. 56-74.
- Houston-Kolnik, Jaclyn, Soibatian, Christina and Shattell, Mona (2017). Advocates' Experiences With Media and the Impact of Media on Human Trafficking Advocacy. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 32, pp. 1-25.
- Jones, Samuel V. (2010). The Invisible Man: The Conscious Neglect of Men and Boys in the War on Human Trafficking. Seattle Journal for Social Justice, vol. 9, pp.1143-1188.
- Kara, Sidharth (2011). Supply and Demand: Human Trafficking in the Global Economy, Harvard International Review, vol. 33, pp. 66-71.
- Kelemen, Katalin and Johansson, Märta (2013). Still Neglecting the Demand that Fuels Human Trafficking: A Study Comparing the Criminal Laws and Practice of Five European States on Human Trafficking, Purchasing Sex from Trafficked Adults and from Minors. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. vol. 21, pp. 247-289.
- Korsell, Lars (2018). Regulating Organized Crime. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. vol. 679, pp. 158-177.
- Koser, Khalid (2010). Dimensions and Dynamics of Irregular Migration. Population, Space, and Place. vol. 16, pp. 181-193.
- McCarthy, Lauren (2018). Life after Trafficking in Azerbaijan: Reintegration experiences of survivors. Anti-Trafficking Review, vol. 10, pp. 105-122.
- Niemi, Johanna and Aaltonen, Jussi (2017). Tackling Trafficking by Targeting Sex Buyers: Can It Work? Violence against Women, vol. 23, pp. 1228-1248.
- Pajnik, Mojca (2010). Media Framing of Trafficking. International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 12, pp. 45-64.
- Planitzer, Julia (2016). Trafficking in Human Beings for the Purpose of Labour Exploitation: Can Obligatory Reporting by Corporations Prevent Trafficking? Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 34, pp. 318-339.
- Sheldon-Sherman, Jennifer A. L. (2012). The Missing "P": Prosecution, Prevention, Protection, and Partnership in the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Penn State Law Review, vol. 117 443-501.
- Studnicka, Andrea C. S. (2010). Corruption and Human Trafficking in Brazil: Findings from a Multi-Modal Approach. European Journal of Criminology, vol. 7, pp. 29-43.
- Tyldum, Guri (2010). Limitations in Research on Human Trafficking. International Migration,vol. 48, pp. 1-13
- Wheaton, Elizabeth, Schauer, Edward and Galli, Thomas (2010). Economics of Human Trafficking. International Migration, vol. 48, pp. 114-141.
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