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Special Editors: Ronald Weitzer and Sheldon X. Zhang

Volume 653

Publication Date: May 2014

Foreign Policy/Affairs, Sociocultural Phenomena/Events

This groundbreaking volume of The ANNALS offers empirical studies that explore the complexity, scope, and particular locales of human trafficking. The articles look beyond the misconceived portrayals of human trafficking, delving into often overseen dimensions of it, such as labor trafficking and migration, and provide breakthrough findings on victims, facilitators, and offenders. Further high-quality empirical analysis will bring about a better understanding of the nuances of human trafficking and can be used to inform future policies.

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