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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
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Trafficking Protocol. Gender & Development, 10(1), 20-27.
Doezema, J. (2003). The ideology of trafficking. Presented at: Work Conference 
‘Human Trafficking,’ Center for Ethics and Value Inquiry (CEVI), Ghent 
University, November 15, 2002.
Dottridge, M. (2002). Trafficking in Children in West and Central Africa. Gender & 
Development, 10(1), 38-42.
Ericson, R. (1995). Crime and the Media. Richard Ericson (ed.). Dartmouth 
Publishing Group.
Fagan, J. (1994). Women and drug revisited: Female participation in the cocaine 
economy. Journal of Drug Issues, Winter/Spring, 24(1/2), 179-225.
Friman, H. R. & Reich, S. (2007). Human Trafficking and the Balkans. Human 
Trafficking, Human Security, and the Balkans. H. Richard Friman & Simon 
Reich (eds.). Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg Press, 1-19.
Friman, H. R. & Reich, S. (2007). Human Trafficking and Human Security. 
Human Trafficking, Human Security, and the Balkans. H. Richard Friman 
& Simon Reich (eds.). Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg Press, 136-154.
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women. (2000). Human Rights and Trafficking 
in Persons: A Handbook. GAATW.
Goodey, J. (2003). Migration, Crime and Victimhood: Responses to sex 
trafficking in the EU. Punishment & Society, 5, 415-431.
Goodey, J. (2004). Sex Trafficking in Women from Central and Eastern 
European Countries: Promoting a ‘victim-centered’ and ‘women-centered’ 
approach to criminal justice intervention. Feminist Review, 76, 26-45.
Gulcur, L. & Ilkkaracan, P. (2002). The “Natasha” Experience: Migrant sex 
workers from the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in Turkey. 
Women’s Studies International Forum, 25(4), 411-421.
Human Rights Watch. (1995). Rape for Profit: Trafficking of Nepali’s Girls and 
Women to India’s Brothels.
Human Rights Watch. Memorandum of Concern: Trafficking of Migrant Women 
for Forced Prostitution into Greece. (2001a).
Human Rights Watch. (2001b). NGO Background Paper on the Refugee and 
Migration Interface, presented to the UNHCR Global Consultations on 
Internations Protection. Geneva: 29 June 2001.
Human Rights Watch. (2002). Bosnia and Herzegovina, 14(9). 
Human Rights Watch. (2003). Togo, 15(8).
Human Rights Watch. (2004). Help Wanted: Abuses against female migrant 
domestic workers in Indonesia and Malaysia, 16(9).
Human Rights Watch. (2005). Maid to Order: Ending Abuses Against Migrant 

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