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Human Trafficking Research Guide: Books

This guide focuses mainly on the specific sources of information that inform the study of the human trafficking law and policy. This guide specifically aims to support the research of law students writing an upper-level paper on the topic of human traffic

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Keyterms

child prostitution
child sex tourism
child trafficking
forced labor
human exploitation
human trafficking
labor trafficking
modern day slavery
sex slavery
sex trafficking
trafficking in persons
youth trafficking

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