Data and Research on Human Trafficking.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • CH - 1211 Geneva 19 : International Organization for Migration, 2005.
  • ©2006.
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1 online resource (339 pages)

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Illegal immigration [Browse]
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IOM Migration Research [More in this series]
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Most of the papers in this volume present a broad overview of current researchand data on trafficking in particular regions of the world. Nine of the articlesfocus on specific regions and three of the articles explore issues relating toresearch methods. The nine regional papers do not provide a detailed summaryof the results of studies on trafficking, but rather try to assess the type and qualityof research that has been conducted and discuss priorities for further research.The availability and quality of data on trafficking are also discussed in each ofthese papers. The papers by Tydlum and Brunovskis, Andrees and van der Linden,and Brennan examine in more detail questions related to research methodologiesand data collection techniques.
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Data and Research on Human Trafficking
OCLC
1007039420
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