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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  An economic approach. Crime, Law & Social Change, 32, 203-233. Shannon, S. (1999). Prostitution and the Mafia: The Involvement of Organized Crime in the Global Sex Trade. Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex Trade: The New Slave Trade. Phil Williams (ed.). London: Frank Cass Publishers, 119-144. Shelley, L. (2003). The Trade in People in and from the Soviet Union. Crime, Law and Social Change, 40, 231-249. Skeldon, R. (2000). Trafficking: A perspective from Asia. International Migration (IOM), Special Issue, 7-30. Stoecker, S. (2000). The Rise in Human Trafficking and the Role of Organized Crime. Democracy, 8, 129-131. Stone, A. (1999). How the Sex Trade Becomes a Slave Trade: The trafficking of women to Israel. Middle East Report, Summer 1999, 35-38. Taibly, R. (2001). Organized Crime and People Smuggling/Trafficking to Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), 208, 1-6. Taibly, R. (2002). A Cross-Analysis Report into Smuggling and Trafficking between the Phillipines and Australia – Executive Sumary. Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), 1-8. Taylor, I. & Jamieson, R. (2000). Sex Trafficking and the Mainstrem of Market Culture. Crime, Law and Social Change, 32(3), 257-278. Thobani, S. (2001). Benevolent State, Law-Breaking Smugglers, and Deportable and Expendable Women: An Analysis of the Canadian State’s Strategy to Address Trafficking in Women. Refuge, 19(4), 24-33. Turnbull, P. (1999). The Fusion of Immigration and Crime in the European Union: Problems of co-operation and the fight against the trafficking in women. Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex Trade: The New Slave Trade. Phil Williams (ed.). London: Frank Cass Publishers, 189-213. Tyldum, G. & Brunovskis, A. (2004). Crossing Borders: An Empirical Study of Transnational Prostitution and Trafficking in Human Beings. Norway: Interface Media. 17-34. Tyldum, G. & Brunovskis, A. (2005). Describing the Unobserved: Methodological challenges in empirical studies on human trafficking. International Migration (IOM), 43, Tzvetkova, M. (2002). NGO responses to trafficking in women. Gender & Development, 10(1), 60-68. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Global Programme Against Trafficking in Human Beings. (2006). Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons. New York: United Nations. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute. (2003). Coalition 97

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An economic approach. Crime, Law & Social Change, 32, 203-233.
Shannon, S. (1999). Prostitution and the Mafia: The Involvement of Organized 
Crime in the Global Sex Trade. Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex 
Trade: The New Slave Trade
. Phil Williams (ed.). London: Frank Cass 
Publishers, 119-144.
Shelley, L. (2003). The Trade in People in and from the Soviet Union. Crime, 
Law and Social Change, 40, 231-249.
Skeldon, R. (2000). Trafficking: A perspective from Asia. International Migration 
(IOM), Special Issue, 7-30.
Stoecker, S. (2000). The Rise in Human Trafficking and the Role of Organized 
Crime. Democracy, 8, 129-131.
Stone, A. (1999). How the Sex Trade Becomes a Slave Trade: The trafficking of 
women to Israel. Middle East Report, Summer 1999, 35-38.
Taibly, R. (2001). Organized Crime and People Smuggling/Trafficking to 
Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), 208, 1-6.
Taibly, R. (2002). A Cross-Analysis Report into Smuggling and Trafficking 
between the Phillipines and Australia – Executive Sumary. Australian 
Institute of Criminology
 (AIC), 1-8.
Taylor, I. & Jamieson, R. (2000). Sex Trafficking and the Mainstrem of Market 
Culture. Crime, Law and Social Change, 32(3), 257-278.
Thobani, S. (2001). Benevolent State, Law-Breaking Smugglers, and Deportable 
and Expendable Women: An Analysis of the Canadian State’s Strategy to 
Address Trafficking in Women. Refuge, 19(4), 24-33.
Turnbull, P. (1999). The Fusion of Immigration and Crime in the European Union: 
Problems of co-operation and the fight against the trafficking in women. 
Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex Trade: The New Slave Trade
Phil Williams (ed.). London: Frank Cass Publishers, 189-213.
Tyldum, G. & Brunovskis, A. (2004). Crossing Borders: An Empirical Study of 
Transnational Prostitution and Trafficking in Human Beings. Norway: 
Interface Media. 17-34.
Tyldum, G. & Brunovskis, A. (2005). Describing the Unobserved: Methodological 
challenges in empirical studies on human trafficking. International 
Migration
 (IOM), 43, 
Tzvetkova, M. (2002). NGO responses to trafficking in women. Gender & 
Development, 10(1), 60-68.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Global Programme 
Against Trafficking in Human Beings. (2006). Toolkit to Combat Trafficking 
in Persons
. New York: United Nations.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and United Nations 
Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute. (2003). Coalition 
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