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Human Trafficking : Exploring the International Nature, Concerns, and Complexities.

Author/Creator:
Winterdyk, John.
Publication:
Bosa Roca : Taylor & Francis Group, 2011.
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Book
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Subjects:
Human trafficking -- Prevention -- International cooperation.
Human trafficking.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
Introduction; John Winterdyk, Benjamin Perrin, and Philip ReichelDefining Human Trafficking and Its Nuances in a Cultural Context; Cindy J. Smith and Kristiina KangaspuntaData on Human Trafficking: Challenges and Policy Context; Jo GoodeyExplaining Human Trafficking; Julie Kaye and John WinterdykVoices from Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking; Claude D'EstréeCrime Control versus Social Work Approaches in the Context of the "3P" Paradigm: Prevention, Protection, Prosecution; Karin Bruckmüller and Stefan SchumannHuman Trafficking and Police Investigations; Annette HerzProsecution of Trafficking in Human Beings' Cases; Marianne WadeImproving Law Enforcement Identification and Response to Human Trafficking; Amy FarrellInternational Cooperation; Yvon DandurandEvaluating Responses to Human Trafficking: A Review of International, Regional, and National Counter-Trafficking Mechanisms; Sanja Milivojevic and Marie SegraveVictims of Human Trafficking: Meeting Victims' Needs? Sanja Ćopić and Biljana Simeunović-PatićEpilogueIndex.
Contents:
Front Cover
Contents
Acknowledgments
Editors
Contributors
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Defining Human Trafficking and Its Nuances in a Cultural Context
Chapter 3: Data on Human Trafficking : Challenges and Policy Context
Chapter 4: Explaining Human Trafficking
Chapter 5: Voices from Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking
Chapter 6: Crime Control versus Social Work Approaches in the Context of the "3P" Paradigm : Prevention, Protection, Prosecution
Chapter 7: Human Trafficking and Police Investigations
Chapter 8: Prosecution of Trafficking in Human Beings Cases
Chapter 9: Improving Law Enforcement Identification and Response to Human Trafficking
Chapter 10: International Cooperation
Chapter 11: Evaluating Responses to Human Trafficking : A Review of International, Regional, and National Counter-Trafficking Mechanisms
Chapter 12: Victims of Human Trafficking : Meeting Victims' Needs?
Epilogue
Back Cover.
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Contributor:
Perrin, Benjamin.
Reichel, Philip.
Other format:
Print version: Winterdyk, John Human Trafficking
ISBN:
9781439820377
9781439820360
OCLC:
908077578