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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
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Authors: Denton, Erin.
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Malarek, V. (2006, February 7). Sex Slaves: Interview Victor Malarek. (PBS, 
Matilac & Florendo. (2002). Child Trafficking in Southeast Asia. Geneva: IOM. 
McDonald, L. et al. (2000). Migrant Sex Workers from Eastern Europe and the 
Former Soviet Union: The Canadian Case. Centre For Applied Social 
. University of Toronto.
Murray, A. (1998). “Debt-bondage and trafficking: don't believe the hype,” Global 
Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and Redefinition, Kamala Kempadoo 
and Jo Deozema (eds.). New York: Routledge. 
Mertus, J. & Bertone, A. (2007). Combating Trafficking: Internations Efforts and 
Their Ramifications. Human Trafficking, Human Security, and the Balkans
H. Richard Friman & Simon Reich (eds.). Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg 
Press, 40-60.
Mieczkowski, T. (1994). The experience of women who sell crack: Some 
descriptive data from the Detroit Crack Ethnography Program. Journal of 
Drug Issues
, Winter/Spring, 24(1/2), 227-248.
O’Connell Davidson, J. & Donelan, B. (2003). Review of the Evidence and 
Debates on the 'Demand Side of Trafficking.' Stockholm: Save the 
Okolski, M. (2000). Illegality of International Population Movements in Poland. 
International Migration (IOM), Special Issue, 57-89.
Pearson, E. (2002). Half-hearted protection: what does victim protection really 
mean for victims of trafficking in Europe. Gender & Development, 10(1), 
Petros, M. (2005). The Cost of Human Smuggling and Trafficking. Geneva: IOM. 
Phongpaichit, P. (1999). Trafficking in People in Thailand. Illegal Immigration and 
Commercial Sex Trade: The New Slave Trade. Phil Williams (ed.). 
London: Frank Cass Publishers, 74-104.
Ruggiero, V. (1997). Trafficking in Human Beings: Slavery in contemporary 
Europe. Internation Journal of Sociology and Law, 25, 231-244. 
Salt, J. (2000). Trafficking and human smuggling: a European perspective. 
International Migration, 38(3), 31-54.
Salt, J. & Stein, J. (1997). Migration as a Business: The case of trafficking. 
International Migration, 35(4), 467-494.
Savona, E. et al. (1996). Dynamics of Migration and Crime in Europe: New 
Patterns of an Old Nexus. Research Group of Transnational Crime
University of Trento, School of Law. 
Schloenhardt, A. (1999). Organized crime and the business of migrant trafficking: 

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