External Resources on Human Trafficking

Papers, Articles, and Chapters in books

  • Bloch, Alexia. “Victims of Trafficking Or Entrepreneurial Women? Narratives of Post-Soviet Entertainers in Turkey .” Canadian
    Woman Studies
    22.3-4 (2003): 152-7
  • Buckley, Mary. “Trafficking in People: Evil Trade.” The World Today 60.8-9 (2004): 30-2
  • Corrin, Chris. “Traffic in Women in War and Peace: Mapping Experiences in Southeast Europe .” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 12.2 (2004) 177-92
  • Dekic, Slobodanka. “‘Sex, Slavery and Politics’: Representations of Trafficked Women in the Serbian Media.” Canadian
    Woman Studies
    : 192
  • Enck, Jennifer L. ” The United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime: Is it all that it is Cracked
    Up to be? Problems Posed by the Russian Mafia in the Trafficking of Humans.” Syracuse Journal of International Law
    and Commerce
    30.2 (2003): 369-94
  • Finckenauer, James O. “Russian Transnational Organized Crime and Human Trafficking.” Global Human Smuggling: Comparative
    Perspectives
    . Ed. David Kyle and Rey Koslowski.Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins U Press, 2001. 166-186
  • Glonti, Georgi. “Trafficking in Human Beings in Georgia and the CIS.” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet
    Democratization
    9.3 (2001) 382-98
  • Goodey, Jo. “Migration, Crime and Victimhood.” Punishment & Society 5.4 (2003): 415-31
  • Goodey, Jo. “Sex Trafficking in Women from Central and East European Countries: Promoting a ‘Victim-Centred’ and ‘Woman-Centred’ Approach to Criminal Justice Intervention.” Feminist Review 76 (2004): 26-45
  • Granville, Johanna. “From Russia without Love: The ‘Fourth Wave’ of Global Human Trafficking.” Demokratizatsiia 12.Winter
    (2004): 147-9
  • Granville, Johanna. “Migrant Trafficking and Human Smuggling in Europe : A Review of the Evidence with Case Studies from
    Hungary , Poland , and Ukraine .” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 12.1 (2004):
    147-55
  • Grabbe, Heather. “The Sharp Edges of Europe : Extending Schengen Eastwards.” International Affairs 76.3 (2000):
    519-36
  • Haynes, Dina Francesca. “Used, Abused, Arrested and Deported: Extending Immigration Benefits to Protect the Victims of
    Trafficking and to Secure the Prosecution of Traffickers.” Human Rights Quarterly 26.2 (2004):221-72
  • Hughes, Donna M. “The ‘Natasha’ Trade: The Transnational Shadow Market of Trafficking in Women.” Journal of International
    Affairs
    53.2 (2000): 625-51
  • Hughes, Donna M. “The Role of ‘Marriage Agencies’ in the Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Women from the Former Soviet
    Union .” International Review of Victimology 11.1 (2004): 49-71
  • Korolkov, Igor. “Brothels-in-Law ?: Prospects for Leagalising Prostitution in Russia Discussed.” Moscow News,
    Aug. 14, 2002,sec. 2: 2
  • Lindstrom, Nicole. “Regional Sex Trafficking in the Balkans: Transnational Networks in an Enlarged Europe .” Problems of Post-Communism 51.3 (2004): 45-52
  • Long, Lynellyn D. “Trafficking in Women and Children as a Security Challenge in Southeast Europe .” Journal
    of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
    2.2 (2002): 53-68
  • Mameli, Peter A. “Stopping the Illegal Trafficking of Human Beings: How Transnational Police Work can Stem the Flow of
    Forced Prostitution.” Crime, Law and Social Change 38.1 (2002): 67-80
  • Merkulova, Natal’ya Borisovna. “Child Labor.” Sotsiologicheskie Issledovaniya 24.5 (1997): 76-84
  • Mosneaga, Valeriu, and Tatiana Echim. “Counteraction Towards the Trafficking of “Human Beings”: The Experience of
    the Republic of Moldova .” Migracijske i etnicke teme 19.2-3 (2003): 223-38
  • Orlova, Alexandra V. “From Social Dislocation to Human Trafficking: The Russian Case.” Problems of Post-Communism 51.6
    (2004): 14-22
  • Pope, Victoria. “Trafficking in Women (Russian Sex Slaves).” U.S. News & World Report Apr. 7, 1997: 38-4. (Gale Expanded
    Academic ASAP)
  • Pratt, Andrew Nichols. “Human Trafficking: The Nadir of an Unholy Trinity.” European Security 13.1-2 (2004):
    55-71
  • Shelley Louise, I. “The Changing Position of Women: Trafficking, Crime, and Corruption.” The Legacy of State Socialism
    and the Future of Transformation
    , Lane, David [Ed], Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002, pp 207-222, 2002
  • Shelley, Louise. “The Trade in People in and from the Former Soviet Union.” Crime, Law and Social Change 40.2-3
    (2003): 231-49
  • Specter, Michael. “Traffickers’ New Cargo: Naive Slavic Women (Organized Crime Trafficking in Russian and Ukrainian Women
    Forced into Sexual Bondage).” The New York Times Jan. 11, 1998:49
  • Stoecker, Sally. “The Rise in Human Trafficking and the Role of Organized Crime.” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of
    Post-Soviet Democratization
    8.1 (2000): 129-44
  • Stone, A. “How the Sex Trade Becomes a Slave Trade: The Trafficking of Women to Israel .” Middle East Report 29.2
    (1999): 36-8
  • Truong, Thanh-Dam. “Gender, Exploitative Migration, and the Sex Industry: A European Perspective.” Gender, Technology
    and Development
    7.1 (2003)
  • Vandenberg, Martina. “‘Invisible’ Women show in Russia ‘s Demographics.” Surviving Together: A Quarterly on Grassroots Cooperation in Eurasia 15.4 (1997): 46-7
  • Vocks, Judith, and Jan Nijboer. “The Promised Land: A Study of Trafficking in Women from Central and Eastern Europe to
    the Netherlands .” European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 8.3 (2000): 379-88
  • von Struensee, Vanessa. “Sex Trafficking: A Plea for Action.” European Law Journal 6.4 (2000): 379-407
  • Wilson, Tamar Diana. “Trafficking and Prostitution: The Growing Exploitation of Migrant Women from Central and Eastern Europe.” International Migration Review 31.2(118) (1997): 490-1

Books on Human Trafficking

  • Altink, Sietske. Stolen Lives : Trading Women into Sex and Slavery. London: Scarlet Press, 1995
  • Chants, Mikhael’.”Zhenshchiny, Zakon i Migratsiia :Materialy Konferentsii Po Problemam Traffika ” International Conference “Women, Law and Migration. Almaty,Kazakhstan, Nov. 23-24, 2000
  • Caldwell, Gillian and Steven Galster.”Crime & Servitude: An ExposĂ© of the Traffic in Women for Prostitution from
    the Newly Independent States ” The Trafficking of NIS Women Abroad. Moscow, November 3-5, 1997
  • Hughes, Donna M. Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation : The Case of the Russian Federation. Vol. 7. Geneva : International
    Organization for Migration, 2002
  • Ivanov, L. L. Vakkhanki i Kurtizanki : S Drevneishikh Vremen do Nashikh Dnei . Moscow: Avtor, 1993
  • Kyle, David and Rey Koslowski, ed. Global Human Smuggling : Comparative Perspectives. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins
    University Press, 2001
  • Laczko, Frank and David Thompson, ed. Migrant Trafficking and Human Smuggling in Europe: A Review of the Evidence with
    Case Studies from Hungary, Poland and Ukraine
    . Geneva: International Organization for Migration, 2000
  • Malarek, Victor. The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade . 1st ed. New York,NY: Arcade: Distributed by Time Warner Book
    Group, 2004
  • Stoecker, Sally and Louise Shelley, ed. Human Traffic and Transnational Crime: Eurasia. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005
  • Tiuriukanovoi, E. V. and L.D. Erokhinoi, ed. Torgovlia liud´ mi: Sotsiokriminologicheskii Analiz .Moscow: Academia,
    2002
  • United States Congress Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. The Sex Trade : Trafficking of Women and Children
    in Europe and the United States
    . Commision on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Washington, DC: 2000
  • Williams, Phil, ed. Illegal Immigration and Commercial Sex: The New Slave Trade. London: Frank Cass, 1999