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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  Bruckert, C. & Parent, C. (2004). Organized Crime and Human Trafficking in Canada: Tracing Perceptions and Discourses. Ottawa: Research and Evaluation Branch, Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing Services Directorate, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Bruinsma, G. & Meershoek, G. (1999). Organized Crime and Trafficking in Women from Eastern Europe in the Netherlands. Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex: The New Slave Trade. Phil Williams (ed.). London: Frank Cass Publishers, 105-118. Boots, D. & Heide, K. (2006). Parricides in the media: A content analysis of available reports. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 50(4), 418-445. Busza, J. (2004). Sex Work and Migration: The Dangers of Oversimplification: A case study of Vietnamese Women in Cambodia. Health and Human Rights, 7(2), 231-249. Chapkis, W. (2003). Trafficking, Migration, and the Law: Protecting Innocents, Punishing Immigrants. Gender and Society, 17(6), 923-937. Chew, L. (1999). Global Trafficking in Women: Some issues and strategies. Women's Studies Quarterly (1&2), 11-17. Chuang, J. (1998). Redirecting the Debate over Trafficking in Women: Definitions, paradigms and contexts. Harvard Human Rights Journal (11). 65-107. Cunneen, M. (2005). Anti-Slavery International. Journal of Global Ethics, 1(1), 85-92. David, F. (2000). Human Smuggling and Trafficking: An Overview of the Response at the Federal Level. Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), 24. Derks, A. (2000). From White Slaves to Trafficking Survivors: Notes on the Trafficking Debate. Conference on Migration and Development. May 4-6, 2000. Di Nicola, A. & Cauduro, A. (2007). Review of Official Statistics on Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation and their Validity in the 25 EU Member States from Official Statistics to Estimates of the Phenomenon. 73-94. Doezema, J. (1998). Forced to Choose: Beyond the Boluntary v. Forced Prostitution Dichotomy. Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and Redefinition, Kamala Kempadoo and Jo Deozema (eds.). New York: Routledge, 34-50. Doezema, J. (1999). Loose Women or Lost Women? The Re-Emergence of the Myth of White Slavery in Contemporary Discourses in Trafficking in Women. Gender Issues, Winter 2000, 23-50. Doezema, J. (2002). Who Gets to Choose? Coercion, Consent, and the UN 92

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Bruckert, C. & Parent, C. (2004). Organized Crime and Human Trafficking in 
Canada: Tracing Perceptions and Discourses. Ottawa: Research and 
Evaluation Branch, Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing Services 
Directorate, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
Bruinsma, G. & Meershoek, G. (1999). Organized Crime and Trafficking in 
Women from Eastern Europe in the Netherlands. Illegal Immigration and 
Commercial Sex: The New Slave Trade
. Phil Williams (ed.). London: 
Frank Cass Publishers, 105-118.
Boots, D. & Heide, K. (2006). Parricides in the media: A content analysis of 
available reports. International Journal of Offender Therapy and 
Comparative Criminology
, 50(4), 418-445.
Busza, J. (2004). Sex Work and Migration: The Dangers of Oversimplification: A 
case study of Vietnamese Women in Cambodia. Health and Human 
Rights
, 7(2), 231-249.
Chapkis, W. (2003). Trafficking, Migration, and the Law: Protecting Innocents, 
Punishing Immigrants. Gender and Society, 17(6), 923-937.
Chew, L. (1999). Global Trafficking in Women: Some issues and strategies. 
Women's Studies Quarterly (1&2), 11-17.
Chuang, J. (1998). Redirecting the Debate over Trafficking in Women: 
Definitions, paradigms and contexts. Harvard Human Rights Journal (11). 
65-107.
Cunneen, M. (2005). Anti-Slavery International. Journal of Global Ethics, 1(1), 
85-92.
David, F. (2000). Human Smuggling and Trafficking: An Overview of the 
Response at the Federal Level. Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), 
24. 
Derks, A. (2000). From White Slaves to Trafficking Survivors: Notes on the 
Trafficking Debate. Conference on Migration and Development. May 4-6, 
2000.
Di Nicola, A. & Cauduro, A. (2007). Review of Official Statistics on Trafficking in 
Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation and their Validity in the 25 EU 
Member States from Official Statistics to Estimates of the Phenomenon. 
73-94.
Doezema, J. (1998). Forced to Choose: Beyond the Boluntary v. Forced 
Prostitution Dichotomy. Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and 
Redefinition
, Kamala Kempadoo and Jo Deozema (eds.). New York: 
Routledge, 34-50.
Doezema, J. (1999). Loose Women or Lost Women? The Re-Emergence of the 
Myth of White Slavery in Contemporary Discourses in Trafficking in 
Women. Gender Issues, Winter 2000, 23-50.
Doezema, J. (2002). Who Gets to Choose? Coercion, Consent, and the UN 
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