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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  aforementioned cases of false-positives. 10 HUMAN TRAFFICKING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic -cocaine] MONTH ACTUAL NVIVO 2007 1,690 JANUARY 59 10 FEBRUARY 30 5 MARCH 99 16 APRIL 87 47 MAY 83 56 JUNE 100 43 458 177 Table 2: Search engine results for human trafficking arrest The advanced search for sex trafficking arrest [-drug –narcotic –cocaine] yielded 3,914 articles 11 , of which 282 appeared during the January to June interval in the year 2007; of the 282 articles, 181 were collected (See Table 3). SEX TRAFFICKING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic –cocaine] MONTH ACTUAL NVIVO 2007 608 JANUARY 29 18 FEBRUARY 22 5 MARCH 38 8 APRIL 31 9 MAY 26 10 JUNE 35 9 181 59 Table 3: Search engine results for sex trafficking arrest The advanced search for human smuggling arrest [-drug –narcotic –cocaine] yielded 11,287 results 12 , of which 746 occurred in the January to June interval in the year 2007; of the 746 articles, 302 were collected (See Table 4). HUMAN SMUGGLING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic -cocaine] 10 The primary reasons for the discrepancies were the same for all search engine results regardless of the topic search (i.e. human trafficking arrest, human smuggling prosecution, sex trafficking arrest, etc.). One disadvantage of the GNA search engine is that no matter how many results are yielded per month, the maximum of articles that can be viewed is 100. Google employs algorithms that take a number of factors into account when selecting the best articles to display in a monthly cluster. GNA is set up to detect duplicate content and promote the original source of a news story. As such, GNA will indicate the number of articles picked up by the search tagline but will only display the most relevant and original articles indicated with the algorithms. This explains why random searches conducted by the researcher resulted in the frequent appearance of same 100 articles. 11 See Footnote 4. 12 See Footnote 4. 29

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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aforementioned cases of false-positives.
 
HUMAN TRAFFICKING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic -cocaine]
 
 
 
 
MONTH
ACTUAL
NVIVO
 
 
2007
1,690
 
 
JANUARY
59
10
 
 
FEBRUARY
30
5
 
 
MARCH
99
16
 
 
APRIL
87
47
 
 
MAY 
83
56
 
 
JUNE
100
43
 
 
458
177
 
Table 2: Search engine results for human trafficking arrest
The advanced search for sex trafficking arrest [-drug –narcotic –cocaine] yielded 
3,914 articles
, of which 282 appeared during the January to June interval in the 
year 2007; of the 282 articles, 181 were collected (See Table 3). 
 
SEX TRAFFICKING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic –cocaine]
 
 
 
 
MONTH
ACTUAL
NVIVO
 
 
2007
608
 
 
JANUARY
29
18
 
 
FEBRUARY
22
5
 
 
MARCH
38
8
 
 
APRIL
31
9
 
 
MAY 
26
10
 
 
JUNE
35
9
 
 
181
59
 
Table 3: Search engine results for sex trafficking arrest
The advanced search for human smuggling arrest [-drug –narcotic –cocaine] 
yielded 11,287 results
, of which 746 occurred in the January to June interval in 
the year 2007; of the 746 articles, 302 were collected (See Table 4).
 
HUMAN SMUGGLING ARREST [w/o -drug -narcotic -cocaine]
 
 
 
10
  The primary reasons for the discrepancies were the same for all search engine results 
regardless of the topic search (i.e. human trafficking arrest, human smuggling prosecution, sex 
trafficking arrest, etc.). One disadvantage of the GNA search engine is that no matter how 
many results are yielded per month, the maximum of articles that can be viewed is 100. 
Google employs algorithms that take a number of factors into account when selecting the best 
articles to display in a monthly cluster.  GNA is set up to detect duplicate content and promote 
the original source of a news story.   As such, GNA will indicate the number of articles picked 
up by the search tagline but will only display the most relevant and original articles indicated 
with the algorithms.  This explains why random searches conducted by the researcher resulted 
in the frequent appearance of same 100 articles.
11
  See Footnote 4. 
12
  See Footnote 4. 
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