Abas, M., Ostrovschi, N., Prince, M., Gorceag, V., Trigub, C., and Oram, S. (2013). Risk Factors for mental disorders in women survivors of human trafficking: a historical cohort study. BMC Psychiatry. Volume 13. Issue 1. This article addresses the mental state of women who have been trafficked. It speaks of the issues they have as a result of the ordeal they have endured. Some of these mental issues consist of: depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Elliot, J. & McCartan, K. (2013). The Reality of Trafficked People’s Access to Technology. Journal of Criminal Law. Volume 77. Issue 3. The research conducted in this article discusses how people who have/are being trafficked may have access to technology such as pc’s, cellular phones, and other forms of technology and how these forms of technology may help or hinder them in escaping their situation. It also addresses how technology could assist in responding to trafficking.
Feingold, D. (2005). Think Again: Human Trafficking. Foreign Policy. Issue 150. This article outlines the many reasons for human trafficking. It explains how women, men, and children are trafficked and sold for use of slaves. It also explains that this is not a new occurrence, but is an issue that has not been widely addressed in the past.
Harvard Law Review. (2013). Counteracting the Bias: The Department of Labor’s Unique Opportunity to Combat Human Trafficking. Volume 126. Issue 4. This article discusses the Trafficking Victim’s Protection Act of 2000. The act ensures that it will prosecute violators, protect victims, and prevent trafficking. It also discusses human trafficking for uses in the sex trade and for labor purposes. An analysis is conducted in the article to outline the responsibilities of the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice in regards to human trafficking.
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