"Trafficking involves the movement of persons to exploit their labor. Trafficking in persons is a form of slavery and encompasses debt bondage, peonage, and involuntary servitude. Historically, trafficking of women and children was associated with the capture of young women and girls for forced prostitution." (Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work, 2006)
- Human trafficking
- Sex trafficking
- Child sex tourism
- Human exploitation
- Modern day slavery
- Trafficking of humans
- Sex slavery
- Child prostitution
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- What are some types of trafficking?
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Prostitution and sex trafficking
Call Number: REF HQ115.P76 2006
Located at the Reference Desk
Human trafficking: current controversies
Call Number: REF HQ281 .H864 2010
Ask at the Reference Desk
Illicit trafficking: a reference handbook
Call Number: REF HV6252.K45 2005
Organized crime: from trafficking to terrorism
Call Number: REF HV6441.O745 2008, Vol. 1
Encyclopedia of prostitution and sex work
Call Number: HQ115 .E53 2006, Vol. 2
Routledge international encyclopedia of women
Call Number: REF HQ1115 .R69 2000, Vol. 4
Call Number: HT871 .S55 2004
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all students have to learn to properly cite their sources for their
research. Some classes require MLA style, while others use APA. This
page will give you pointers as well as help in creating those "Works
Cited" or "References" pages. Remember you can always contact us, if it gets confusing (and it usually does!)
- MLA Update 2009
In Summer 2008, the Modern Language Association released its third edition of the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing, which publicly unveiled modifications to MLA Style for the upcoming year.
These changes go into effect in April 2009.
- Sample of MLA Work Cited Page
From Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University
- Citation Builder - NCSU
Citation Builder is an interactive web tool designed to assist college and university students in their effort to respect other people's intellectual properties.