Combating human trafficking : a multidisciplinary approach /

"Foreword: Human Trafficking-- Modern Slavery* Michael J. Palmiotto Major Issues - For more than a century, governments have been trying to end slavery and human trafficking. - Trafficking is a large industry that preys on the vulnerabilities of individuals, both foreign and domestic. - The pro...

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Other Authors: Palmiotto, Michael J. (Editor)
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Language:English
Published: Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2015]
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505 0 |a 1. Human trafficking and the history of slavery in America / Caleb L. Seibel -- 2. Borderland : the challenge of cross-border trafficking of people, drugs, and guns between Mexico and the United States / Laurence Armand French -- 3. Sociology of human trafficking / Christopher J. Moloney -- 4. Psychology of human trafficking / Jodie G. Beeson -- 5. Human trafficking and the internet / Szde Yu -- 6. Child victim recruitment : comparisons and contrast in domestic and international child victim recruitment / Ryan J. Alexander -- 7. Investigation of human trafficking / Brian F. Kingshott -- 8. What does human trafficking look like in the Midwest? It can't happen here? / Jeffrey W. Weible -- 9. Sex trafficking in sexually oriented businesses / D.G. Oblinger -- 10. Street gangs and human trafficking / Joseph Stearns -- 11. Forced labor in the United States / Michael J. Palmiotto -- 12. Federal law enforcement and human trafficking / Jeff Bumgarner -- 13. Law enforcement awareness and training in human trafficking / Vladimir A. Sergevnin -- 14. Not in our city / Stacie Donaldson -- 15. Providing effective services to victims of human trafficking : theoretical, practical, and ethical considerations / Dorthy Stucky Halley, Sharon L. Sullivan, and Jennifer Rapp -- 16. Human trafficking laws and legal trends / Alison McKenney Brown. 
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