Bibliography of Research-Based Literature on
Human Trafcking: 2008-2014
By Elżbieta M. Goździak, PhD
Sarah Graveline, Whitney Skippings, and Minna Song
Preparation of bibliographies is an arduous and often thankless task, but it can also be rewarding and
can lead to new discoveries of unknown research and exciting authors. At the Institute for the Study
of International Migration (ISIM) we have undertaken preparation of bibliographies and analyses of
empirical research on human trafcking several times. The bibliography in front of you is our latest
attempt to compile research-based articles, reports, and books on various aspects of trafcking of per-
sons—adults and children—across international borders. We hope that you will nd it useful in design-
ing and conducting your own empirical studies on human trafcking.
We wish to thank warmly the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) that has been supporting ISIM’s re-
search on human trafcking since 2005. NIJ supported the preparation of the rst bibliography and
inspired us to continue updating the bibliography without additional funding.
We also wish to thank Fiona David of the Walk Free Foundation who shared with us her own literature
compilations. Many thanks Fiona!
Thank you to C. Timothy McKeown for cover photo photography.
About the Authors
Elżbieta M. Goździak is the Director of Research at the Institute
for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and Editor of
International Migration. Formerly, she held a senior position with
the Ofce of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and the Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in the
US Department of Health and Human Services. She taught at the
Howard University’s School of Social Work in the Social Work with
Displaced Populations Program, and managed a program area on
admissions and resettlement of refugees in industrialized countries
for the Refugee Policy Group. Prior to immigrating to the US, she
was an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Adam Mickiewicz
University in Poznań, Poland.
Dr. Goździak has managed several research activities related to issues of human trafcking for labor
and sexual exploitation. Currently, she directs a two-year project, funded by the National Institute
of Justice (NIJ), to present a prole of adult survivors of human trafcking assisted by the Ofce of
Refugee Resettlement’s (ORR) Anti-Trafcking Services Programs and to evaluate the effectiveness
of interventions to stabilize, rehabilitate, and integrate survivors into the wider society. With funding
from Humanity United, she evaluated an anti-trafcking program—Stop Girl Trafcking—in Nepal.
Under grants from NIJ, she conducted an assessment of research-based literature on human trafcking
according to its methodological merit and compiled a comprehensive annotated bibliography of existing
English-language publications on trafcking in persons, and an a study of children and youth trafcked
to the US to examine patterns of abuse, analyze challenges service providers face in assisting child
victims, and identify best practices and treatment modalities used to facilitate rehabilitation of child
victims of trafcking. Dr. Goździak has published several articles on research on human trafcking and
on child victimsof trafcking for labor and sexual exploitation. She also edited (with Frank Laczko)
a special issue of International Migration on Improving Data and Research on Human Trafcking.
Currently, she is working on a book manuscript on children trafcked to the United States.
Sarah Graveline is a Research Assistant at the Institute for the Study of
International Migration. Previously she studied Swahili and conducted
research in Kenya and Tanzania as a David L. Boren Fellow. She holds
an MA from Georgetown University and a BA from Emory University.
Whitney Skippings is a 2014 graduate of Georgetown University’s
Security Studies Program, with a concentration in international secu-
rity. During this time, she traveled to Uganda and Rwanda, to research
women’s post conict reintegration. Prior to attending Georgetown, she
graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Spelman College with degrees in Inter-
national Studies and Philosophy. While her family is from Cat Island,
Bahamas, Whitney was born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Minna Song is a Women’s and Gender Studies student at Georgetown
University. As a senior, she joined Dr. Gozdziak’s team at ISIM as a
research asssistant. She has also conducted research at the Lombardi
Comprehensive Cancer Center with Dr. Sheppard on racial breast can-
cer disparities. After Georgetown, she plans to pursue a Master’s in
Data and Research on Human Trafcking:
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About the Authors 2
Bibliography of Researched-Based Literature 6
On Human Trafcking: 2008-2014
Journal Articles 12
Table of Contents
Human trafcking continues to capture the imagination of the global public. Popular books about
trafcking, especially books on sex trafcking sell well in commercial and university bookstores alike.
Gut wrenching narratives about women kept as sexual slaves and children sold into domestic servitude
appear on front pages of major international newspapers and in academic journals. There are a lot of
writings about human trafcking, but there is signicantly less literature based on empirical research.
Critical observations about the state of research-based knowledge about human trafcking are of import
to policy discussions about trafcking in persons and to programming for trafcked victims. In order
to leave the empirical vacuum within which human trafcking is so often debated, we need solid and
systematic empirical studies. At the Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM), we have
periodically undertaken the task of compiling and evaluating existing literature on human trafcking.
In 2005, Dr. Elzbieta M. Gozdziak (with Frank Laczko of the International Organization for Migration)
edited a special issue of International Migration on Improving Data and Research on Human Trafck-
ing. Two years later, with funding from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Dr. Gozdziak and Micah
N. Bump compiled a comprehensive bibliography of English language research-based literature on
human trafcking using EndNote, an electronic bibliographic management program, developed a tax-
onomy to categorize the identied references according to a set of criteria devised in consultation with
the NIJ, and analyzed the compiled bibliography to assess the state of the English language research
literature on trafcking in persons. The report resulting from this exercise—Data and Research on Hu-
man Trafcking: Bibliography of Research-Based Literature—is available for download at http://issuu.
The present bibliography builds on the earlier effort. It includes a listing of journal articles, reports,
and books on various aspects of human trafcking, based on empirical research and published between
the years of 2008 and 2014. The bibliography covers international cross-border trafcking of adults
and children. It does not include readings on domestic minor sex trafcking (DMST). As scholars of
international migration we focus on mobility across international borders.
The bibliography is based on an interactive EndNote database that includes all the journal articles and
reports listed here.
Bibliography of Research-Based Literature on Human Trafcking:
Ahmad, Ali Nobil. Masculinity, Sexuality, and Illegal Migration: Human Smuggling from Pakistan
to Europe. Studies in Migration and Diaspora. Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate,
Allain, Jean. Slavery in International Law: Of Human Exploitation and Trafcking. Leiden : Boston:
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
Arhin, Antonela, Ato Quayson, eds. Labour Migration, Human Trafcking and Multinational Corpo-
rations: The Commodication of Illicit Flows. New York: Routledge, 2012.
Andrees, Beate, and Patrick Belser. Forced Labor: Coercion and Exploitation in the Private Econo-
my. Boulder, Colo: Lynne Rienner Pub, 2009.
Aoyama, Kaoru. Thai Migrant Sexworkers: From Modernisation to Globalisation. New York: Pal-
grave Macmillan, 2009.
Aronowitz, Alexis A. Human Trafcking, Human Misery: The Global Trade in Human Beings. Global
Crime and Justice. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2009.
Bang, Brandy. Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. Springerbriefs in Psychology, Behavioral
Criminology. New York: Springer, 2014.
Batstone, David. Not for Sale. HarperCollins e-books, 2009.
Beate, Andrees and Patrick Belser Boulder, eds. Forced Labor: Coercion and Exploitation in the Pri-
vate Economy. Colo: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009.
Behnke, Alison Marie. Up for Sale: Human Trafcking and Modern Slavery. Minneapolis: 21st Cen-
tury Books, 2014.
Bolkovac, Kathryn, and Cari Lynn. The Whistleblower: Sex Trafcking, Military Contractors, and
One Woman’s Fight for Justice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Trade, 2011.
Bokhari, Farhat, and Emma Kelly London, eds. Safeguarding Children from Abroad: Refugee, Asylum
Seeking and Trafcked Children in the UK. Best Practice in Working with Children. Philadel-
phia: Jessica Kingsley, 2012.
Bowley, Mary Frances. The White Umbrella: Walking with Survivors of Sex Trafcking. Moody Pub-
Brennan, Denise. Life Interrupted: Trafcking into Forced Labor in the United States. Durham: Duke
University Press, 2014.
Burke, Mary C. Human Trafcking: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York, NY: Routledge, 2013.
Cameron, Sally, and Edward Newman. Trafcking in Humans: Social, Cultural, and Political Di-
mensions. Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2008.
Chandran, Parosha, ed. Human Trafcking Handbook: Recognising Trafcking and Modern-Day
Slavery in the UK. London: LexisNexis, 2011.
Chin, Ko-lin. Selling Sex Overseas: Chinese Women and the Realities of Prostitution and Global Sex
Trafcking. New York: New York University Press, 2012.
Clayton, Ellen Wright, Richard D. Krugman, and Patti Simon, eds. Confronting Commercial Sexual
Exploitation and Sex Trafcking of Minors in the United States. Washington, D.C: National
Academies Press, 2013.
Cullen-DuPont, Kathryn. Human Trafcking. Global Issues. New York, NY: Facts On File, 2009.
Dalla Lanham, Rochelle L., ed. Global Perspectives on Prostitution and Sex Trafcking: Africa, Asia,
Middle East and Oceania. Md: Lexington Books, 2011.
Davies, Jennifer. Sex Slaves: Human Trafcking. RW Press, 2013.
De Chesnay, Mary, ed. Sex Trafcking: A Clinical Guide for Nurses. New York: Springer, 2013.
DeStefano, Anthony. The War on Human Trafcking: U.S. Policy Assessed. New Brunswick, N.J.:
Rutgers University Press, 2008.
Di Nicola, Andrea, Andrea Cauduro, Marco Lombardi, and Paolo Ruspini. Prostitution and Human
Trafcking: Focus on Clients. New York: Springer, 2008.
Ebbe, Obi N.I. , and Dilip K. Das. Global Trafcking in Women and Children Boca Raton: Taylor and
Enloe, Cynthia Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics. 2nd
ed. Berkeley: University of California Press., 2014. 2000.
Falls, Abraham. Human Trafcking: A Global Perspective of Modern Day Human Trafcking and Sex
Fisanick, Christina, ed. Human Trafcking: Current Controversies. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2010.
Fox, Carron, and Ofce International Labour. Investigating Forced Labour and Trafcking: Do They
Exist in Zambia? Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Ofce, Special Action Pro-
gramme to Combat Forced Labour, 2008.
Gallagher, Anne T. The International Law of Human Trafcking. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2012.
Gebreegziabher, Shewit. Modern Slavery in African Land. Hamburg: Diplomica Verlag, 2014.
Gould, Chandre, and Nicole Fick. Selling Sex in Cape Town: Sex Work and Human Trafcking in a
South African City. Institute for Security Studies, 2008.
Goździak, Elżbieta M. “Empirical Vacuum: In Search of Research on Human Trafcking.” In
Gartner, Rosemary, and William McCarthy (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Sex, Gender, and
Crime. Oxford University Press, 2014.
Haker, Hille, Lisa Sowle Cahill, and Elaine Mary Wainwright, eds. Human Trafcking. Concilium.
London: SCM Press, 2011.
Heil, Erin C. Sex Slaves and Serfs: The Dynamics of Human Trafcking in a Small Florida Town.
Boulder, Colo: FirstForumPress, 2012.
Hepburn, Stephanie. Human Trafcking around the World: Hidden in Plain Sight. New York: Colum-
bia University Press, 2013.
Hoang, Kimberly Kay. Human Traffcking Reconsidered: Rethinking the Problem, Envisoning New
Solutions. New York ; London: International Debate Education Association, 2014.
Jonsson, Anna, ed. Human Trafcking and Human Security. Routledge Transnational Crime and Cor-
ruption Series. New York: Routledge, 2009.
Kara, Siddharth Ashok. Sex Trafcking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery. New York: Columbia
University Press, 2009.
Kempadoo, Kamala, Jyoti Sanghera, and Bandana Pattanaik. Trafcking and Prostitution Reconsid-
ered, Second Edition: New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work, and Human Rights. Boul-
der, Colo: Paradigm Publishers, 2011.
Kendall, Virginia M. Child Exploitation and Trafcking: Examining the Global Challenges and U.S.
Responses. Lanham: Rowman & Littleeld, 2012
Keo, Chenda. Human Trafcking in Cambodia. Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series. Lon-
don ; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
Kneebone, Susan , and Julie Debeljak. Transnational Crime and Human Rights: Responses to Hu-
man Trafcking in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Vol. 20, New York: Routledge, 2012.
Kyle, David and Rey Koslowski, eds. Global Human Smuggling: Comparative Perspectives. Balti-
more: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011.
Lawrence, Benjamin N., and Richard L. Roberts, eds. Trafcking in Slavery’s Wake: Law and the
Experience of Women and Children. New African Histories Series. Athens: Ohio University
Lee, Maggy. Trafcking and Global Crime Control. London: SAGE, 2010.
Liu, Min. Migration, Prostitution, and Human Trafcking: The Voice of Chinese Women. New Bruns-
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Mahdavi, Pardis. Gridlock: Labor, Migration, and Human Trafcking in Dubai. Stanford University
———. From Trafcking to Terror: Constructing a Global Social Problem. New York: Routledge,
Malarek, Victor. The Natashas: The Horric inside Story of Slavery, Rape, and Murder in the Global
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Malekian, Farhad. Prohibition of Sexual Exploitation of Children Constituting Obligation Erga
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Mallia, Patricia. Migrant Smuggling by Sea: Combating a Current Threat to Maritime Security
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Melrose, Margaret, Jenny J. Pearce Houndmills, eds. Critical Perspectives on Child Sexual Exploita-
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Mishra, Veerendra. Human Trafcking: The Stakeholders’ Perspective. Los Angeles: SAGE Publica-
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Nato Advanced Research Workshop on: The Role of Transnational Criminal Organisations in the
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Newton, Harold J., ed. Human Trafcking: Scope and Response Efforts. Law, Crime and Law En-
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O’Brien, Erin. The Politics of Sex Trafcking: A Moral Geography. Critical Criminological Perspec-
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Parruca, Etion. Eu and Member States Facing Modern-Day Slavery in Children: Positive Efforts and
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Parvulescu, Anca. The Trafc in Women’s Work East European Migration and the Making of Europe.
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Penttinen, Elina. Globalization, Prostitution and Sex Trafcking: Corporeal Politics London ; New
York: Routledge, 2008.
Perrin, Benjamin. Invisible Chains: Canada’s Underground World of Human Trafcking. New York:
Viking Canada, 2010.
Perrin, Benjamin, Philip L. Reichel, and John Winterdyk, eds. Human Trafcking: Exploring the In-
ternational Nature, Concerns, and Complexities. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2012.
Quayson, Ato, and Antonela Arhin. Labour Migration, Human Trafcking and Multinational Corpo-
rations: The Commodication of Illicit Flows. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge,
Rao, Sunil Salankey. Trafcking of Children for Sexual Exploitation: Public International Law 1864-
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Raymond, Janice G. Not a Choice, Not a Job. Potomac Books Inc., 2013.
Reisen, Mirjam van. Human Trafcking in the Sinai: Refugees between Life and Death. Oisterwijk:
Wolf Legal Publishers, 2012.
Samarasinghe, Vidyamali, and Barbara Burton. Female Sex Trafcking in Asia: The Resilience of
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Schrover, Marlou, Joanne Van Der Leun, Leo Lucassen, & Chris Quispel, ed. Illegal Migration and
Gender in a Global and Historical Perspective. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press,
Shelley, Louise. Human Trafcking: A Global Perspective. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Shelley, Louise I., and Shirō Ōkubo Milton Park, eds. Human Security, Transnational Crime and Hu-
man Trafcking: Asian and Western Perspectives. Routledge Transnational Crime and Corrup-
tion Series. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2011.
Skinner, E. Benjamin. A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery. Free Press,
Smith, Holly Austin. Walking Prey: How America’s Youth Are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery. New York,
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Soderlund, Gretchen. Sex Trafcking, Scandal, and the Transformation of Journalism, 1885-1917.
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Tiano, Susan, Moira Murphy-Aguilar, and Brianne Bigej Farnham, eds. Borderline Slavery: Mexico,
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Triandafyllidou, Anna. Migrant Smuggling: Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe.
Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York:
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Ventrella, Matilde. The Control of People Smuggling and Trafcking in the EU: Experiences from the
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Wylie, Gillian, and Penny McRedmond. Human Trafcking in Europe: Character, Causes and Conse-
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Yea, Sallie, ed. Human Trafcking in Asia: Forcing Issues. New York: Routledge, 2014.
Zhao, Linda. Financing Illegal Migration: Chinese Underground Banks and Human Smuggling in
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Zimmerman, Yvonne C. Other Dreams of Freedom: Religion, Sex, and Human Trafcking. Academy
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Abdul, Mohammad, Munim Joarder, and Paul W. Miller. “The Experiences of Migrants Trafcked
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Abdulraheem, S., and A. R. Oladipo. “Trafcking in Women and Children: A Hidden Health and
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Abunimah, Ali, and Sarah Blower. “The Circumstances and Needs of Separated Children Seeking
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Acharya, Arun Kumar. “Sexual Violence and Proximate Risks: A Study on Trafcked Women in
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———. “Forced Labour, Gender Violence and Trafcking of Women in Mexico: A Study from
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———. “Sexual Exploitation and Trafcking of Women and Girls in Mexico: An Analysis on Impact
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Acharya, Arun Kumar, and Jennifer Bryson Clark. “The Health Consequences of Trafcking in Wom-
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Adams, Cherish. “Re-Trafcked Victims: How a Human Rights Approach Can Stop the Cycle of
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Adelson, Wendi J. “Child Prostitute or Victim of Trafcking.” University of St. Thomas Law Journal
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Adeyanju, Florence B. “Human Trafcking and Smuggling in Sports: Challenges and the Way For-
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Aggarwal, Ujju, Donna Nevel, and Lori Falchi. “Esol Curriculum: Human Trafcking.” Adult Basic
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Ahmad, Ali Nobil. “The Labour Market Consequences of Human Smuggling: ‘Illegal’ Employment
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Ahmed, Aziza, and Meena Seshu. “”We Have the Right Not to Be ‘Rescued’...” When Anti-Trafck-
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Akcapar, Sebnem Koser. “Re-Thinking Migrants’ Networks and Social Capital: A Case Study of Ira-
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Al Jabal, Ali. “Human Trafcking: The Bahrain Experience.” Juridical Current 13, no. 4 (2010): 46-
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Allain, Jean. “Trafcking of Persons for the Removal of Organs and the Admission of Guilt of a
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Amahazion, FikreJesus. “Global Anti-Sex Trafcking: State Variance in Implementation of Protec-
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Amar, Paul. “Operation Princess in Rio De Janeiro: Policing ‘Sex Trafcking’, Strengthening Worker
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Anderson, Bridget. “Where’s the Harm in That? Immigration Enforcement, Trafcking, and the Pro-
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Anderson, Bridget, and Blanka Hancilova. “Migrant Labour in Kazakhstan: A Cause for Concern?”
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Andrijasevic, Rutvica, and Bridget Anderson. “Anti-Trafcking Campaigns: Decent? Honest? Truth-
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Aronowitz, Alexis A. “The Smuggling -- Trafcking Nexus and the Myths Surrounding Human Traf-
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Atauz, Sevil, Emrah Akbas, and Reyhan Atasu-Topcuglu. “Human Trafcking in Turkey: Findings
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Atkins, Naomi. “Human Security, Transnational Crime and Human Trafcking: Asian and Western
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———. “Labour Migration and Human Trafcking in Southeast Asia: Critical Perspectives.” Asian
Politics & Policy 5, no. 2 (2013): 290-93.
Atzet, Ian. “Post-Crisis Actions to Avoid International Child Trafcking.” Journal of Law & Family
Studies 12, no. 2 (2010): 499-510.
Auyeung, Sabena. “How Much Are You Worth? The Effects of Human Trafcking on the Sex Trade
in Illinois and the Remedies Designed to Eliminate It.” Public Interest Law Reporter 18, no. 3
Avdan, Nazli. “Human Trafcking and Migration Control Policy: Vicious or Virtuous Cycle?” JOUR-
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Avdeyeva, Olga A. “Does Reputation Matter for States’ Compliance with International Treaties?
States Enforcement of Anti-Trafcking Norms.” International Journal of Human Rights 16,
no. 2 (2012): 298-320.
Avramov, M., K. Slavov, and T. Taneva. “Trafcking of Human Beings as a Social Problem in the
Republic of Bulgaria.” Trakia Journal of Sciences 11, no. 3 (2013): 241-47.
Babb, Lenora C. “Utah’s Misguided Approach to the Problem of Sex Trafcking: A Call for Reform.”
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Badawy, Rami S. “Shifting the Paradigm from Prosecution to Protection to Child Victims of Prostitu-
tion.” Prosecutor, Journal of the National District Attorneys Association 44, no. 2 (2010).
Baglay, Sasha, and Udara Jayasinghe. “Protecting Victims of Human Trafcking within a ‘Non-Re-
foulement’ Framework: Is Complementary Protection an Effective Alternative in Canada and
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