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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
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Domestic Workers in Singapore, 17(10). http://www.hrm.org
ICMPD (International Center for Migration Policy Development). (1999). The 
Relationship between Organized Crime and Trafficking in Aliens
Budapest: The Budapest Group.
ICMPD (International Center for Migration Policy Development). (2007). 
Listening to Victims Experiences of identification, return and assistance in 
South-Eastern Europe
. Rebecca Surtees (ed.). Vienna: ICMPD.
IOM. (1995). Trafficking and Prostitution: The Growing Exploitation of Women 
from Central and Eastern Europe. Geneva: IOM. http://www.iom.int
IOM. (2000). Counteracting Human Trafficking: Protecting the Victims of 
Trafficking. Geneva: IOM. http://www.iom.int
IOM. (2001a). Deceived Migrants from Tajikistan: a Study of trafficking in women 
and children. Geneva: IOM. http://www.iom.int
IOM. (2001b). Trafficking in Women and Children from the Republic of Armenia: 
a Study. Geneva: IOM. http://www.iom.int
IOM. (2005a). Data and Research on Human Trafficking: A Global Survey. Frank 
Laczko & Elzabieta Gozdziak (eds.). Geneva: IOM. http://www.iom.int
IOM. (2005b). Legal Review on Trafficking in Persons in the Carribean. Geneva: 
IOM. (2006). Trafficking in Human Beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany
Increase in arrests strains immigration agency. (2007, February 5). The 
Washington Post. Retrieved from Google News Archive search engine.
Jana, S. (2002). A tale of two cities: shifting the paradigm of anti-trafficking 
programs. Gender & Development, 10(1), 69-79.
Jasinski, F. (2006). National Co-ordination of the Fight against Trafficking in 
Human Beings: Recommendations for Poland as a ‘New’ EU Member 
State. EUI Working Papers. Italy: European University Institute. 
Jeffreys, S. (1999). Globalizing Sexual Exploitation: Sex tourism and the traffic in 
women. Leisure Studies, 18, 179-196.
Jewkes, Y. (2004). Media and crime. London: SAGE.
Jordan, A. (2002a). The Annotated Guide to the Complete UN Trafficking 
Protocol. International Human Rights Law Group.
Jordan, A. (2002b). Human rights or wrongs? The struggle for a rights-based 
response to trafficking in human beings. Gender & Development, 10(1), 
28-37.
Kangaspunta, K. (2003). Mapping the inhuman trade; Preliminary findings of the 
database on trafficking in human beings. Forum on crime and Society
3(1&2), 81-103.
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