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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  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. http://www.hrm.org Human Rights Watch. Memorandum of Concern: Trafficking of Migrant Women for Forced Prostitution into Greece. (2001a). http://www.hrm.org 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. http://www.hrm.org Human Rights Watch. (2002). Bosnia and Herzegovina, 14(9). http://www.hrm.org Human Rights Watch. (2003). Togo, 15(8). http://www.hrm.orgHuman Rights Watch. (2004). Help Wanted: Abuses against female migrant domestic workers in Indonesia and Malaysia, 16(9). http://www.hrm.org Human Rights Watch. (2005). Maid to Order: Ending Abuses Against Migrant 93

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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. http://www.hrm.org
Human Rights Watch. Memorandum of Concern: Trafficking of Migrant Women 
for Forced Prostitution into Greece. (2001a). http://www.hrm.org
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. http://www.hrm.org
Human Rights Watch. (2002). Bosnia and Herzegovina, 14(9). 
Human Rights Watch. (2003). Togo, 15(8). http://www.hrm.org
Human Rights Watch. (2004). Help Wanted: Abuses against female migrant 
domestic workers in Indonesia and Malaysia, 16(9). http://www.hrm.org
Human Rights Watch. (2005). Maid to Order: Ending Abuses Against Migrant 
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