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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  (including the United States, Canada and Mexico) while 31% (n=51) of incidents involved individuals from Southeast Asia and Asia—not including Russia. REGION OF ORIGINATION (TRAFFICKED PERSON) N % Africa 15 9.0 Asia (Not Including Russia) 40 24.1 Australia 0 0.0 Canada 1 0.6 Central America 13 7.8 Eastern Europe 9 5.4 Mexico 21 12.7 Middle East 14 8.4 Russia 5 3.0 South America 3 1.8 Southeast Asia 11 6.6 United States 13 7.8 Western Europe 0 0.0 Various 21 12.7 Totals 166 100.0 Table 16: Region of origination of trafficked person(N of missing cases = 25 or 13.1%) Trafficking incidents with more than one trafficked individual from varying regions of origination accounted for 13% (n=21) of the trafficking cases. Africa (9% - n=15), Central America (8% - n=13) and the Middle East (8% - n=14) represented the next largest regions of origination of trafficked persons for incidents where this attribute was determined. The regions of origination representing the lowest percentage of trafficked individuals were Russia (3% - n=5), Eastern Europe (5% - n=9) and South America (2% - n=3). Initiation of transport. The role of the trafficker, as examined by this study, appears to correlate positively to the initiation of transport of the trafficking act; that is, in cases where the trafficker was arrested as a middleman the trafficked individual usually initiated the trafficking act in order to obtain residency in another country, either legally or illegally. 52

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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(including the United States, Canada and Mexico) while 31% (n=51) of incidents 
involved individuals from Southeast Asia and Asia—not including Russia.
REGION OF ORIGINATION (TRAFFICKED PERSON)
 
 
 
 
 
N
%
 
 
Africa
15
9.0
Asia (Not Including Russia)
40
24.1
Australia
0
0.0
Canada
1
0.6
Central America
13
7.8
Eastern Europe
9
5.4
Mexico
21
12.7
Middle East
14
8.4
Russia
5
3.0
South America
3
1.8
Southeast Asia
11
6.6
United States
13
7.8
Western Europe
0
0.0
Various
21
12.7
Totals
166
100.0
Table 16: Region of origination of trafficked person
(N of missing cases = 25 or 13.1%)
Trafficking incidents with more than one trafficked individual from varying regions 
of origination accounted for 13% (n=21) of the trafficking cases.  Africa (9% - 
n=15), Central America (8% - n=13) and the Middle East (8% - n=14) 
represented the next largest regions of origination of trafficked persons for 
incidents where this attribute was determined.  The regions of origination 
representing the lowest percentage of trafficked individuals were Russia (3% - 
n=5), Eastern Europe (5% - n=9) and South America (2% - n=3).
Initiation of transport.  The role of the trafficker, as examined by this study, 
appears to correlate positively to the initiation of transport of the trafficking act; 
that is, in cases where the trafficker was arrested as a middleman the trafficked 
individual usually initiated the trafficking act in order to obtain residency in 
another country, either legally or illegally.
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