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NCJ Number: 229547 Find in a Library
Title: Epilogue: Human Trafficking Seen from the Future
Journal: European Journal of Criminology  Volume:7  Issue:1  Dated:January 2010  Pages:95-100
Author(s): Stephan Parmentier
Date Published: January 2010
Page Count: 6
Document: HTML (Publisher Site)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This paper examines the future of human trafficking.
Abstract: The phenomenon of human trafficking cannot be separated from a number of important changes that have taken place in society - at both a local and global level - over the last few decades. In addition, there have been a number of important theoretical developments, as well as the emergence of several law enforcement models directed to combat the growing problem of trafficking in humans. Some of these topics will be dealt with in the following paragraphs that take the form of an epilogue to a very rich special issue. (Published Abstract)
Main Term(s): Trafficking in Persons
Index Term(s): Foreign policies; Human rights; Immigrants/Aliens; Interdisciplinary analysis; World criminology
Note: For additional articles in this special issue see NCJ-229541-46.
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