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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  highlighted China’s rescue of hundreds of trafficked individuals, originally from various regions of China, who were exploited in mines throughout the northeastern provinces of China (“Leaders order action”, 2007). The number of trafficked individuals involved in the Chinese case is important because it highlights China’s ability to detect large cases of human trafficking. Arrests in Southeast Asia and Asia were more frequently associated with exploitation than arrests that occurred in the United States. Friman & Reich (2007) suggest a need for separation between illegal immigration and human trafficking for exploitation. Human trafficking definitional dilemmas are creating problems in legislative aspects of trafficking; this is especially the case when a nation adopts legislation that can be manipulated, or misappropriated, as was the case with the country sheriff in Arizona, so as to prevent the migration of undesirable individuals, or individuals from undesirable origination countries. The amalgamation of illegal immigration and human trafficking, and the use by some developed nations of immigration departments to combat trafficking may be creating situations where manifestations of human trafficking remain undetected. Further research is required in order to analyze the efficiency of government departments undertaking the task of reducing and eliminating acts of human trafficking. Complexities of utilizing a human security versus homeland security approach to human trafficking Ratification of legislation is no guarantee of improvement in combating human trafficking, as was shown by the fact that the cases analyzed by this study 77

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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highlighted China’s rescue of hundreds of trafficked individuals, originally from 
various regions of China, who were exploited in mines throughout the 
northeastern provinces of China (“Leaders order action”, 2007).  The number of 
trafficked individuals involved in the Chinese case is important because it 
highlights China’s ability to detect large cases of human trafficking.  Arrests in 
Southeast Asia and Asia were more frequently associated with exploitation than 
arrests that occurred in the United States.  
Friman & Reich (2007) suggest a need for separation between illegal 
immigration and human trafficking for exploitation.  Human trafficking definitional 
dilemmas are creating problems in legislative aspects of trafficking; this is 
especially the case when a nation adopts legislation that can be manipulated, or 
misappropriated, as was the case with the country sheriff in Arizona, so as to 
prevent the migration of undesirable individuals, or individuals from undesirable 
origination countries.  The amalgamation of illegal immigration and human 
trafficking, and the use by some developed nations of immigration departments 
to combat trafficking may be creating situations where manifestations of human 
trafficking remain undetected.  Further research is required in order to analyze 
the efficiency of government departments undertaking the task of reducing and 
eliminating acts of human trafficking.  
Complexities of utilizing a human security versus homeland 
security approach to human trafficking
Ratification of legislation is no guarantee of improvement in combating 
human trafficking, as was shown by the fact that the cases analyzed by this study 

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