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Women in transnational organized crime
The last two decades have seen a number of publications showing that women play an important role in transnational organized crime. The recent focus on this subject has revealed a growing body ofExpand
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Human trafficking revisited: legal, enforcement and ethnographic narratives on sex trafficking to Western Europe
In this paper we focus on the ways ‘victims’ and ‘perpetrators’ are imagined in the narratives on women who have been trafficked to West Europe for sexual exploitation. Three specific domains:Expand
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Mobility of Sex Workers in European Cities
This article focuses on mobility as a crucial aspect of prostitution and human trafficking. I distinguish between horizontal (geographical) and vertical (organizational) mobility to analyze theExpand
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The great immigration : Russian Jews in Israel
More than 750,000 Russian Jews arrived in Israel between 1988 and 1996. However, this Great Immigration, as it has been called, has gone largely unnoticed in Israeli public life. Information aboutExpand
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The illegal trade in black caviar
The trade in caviar has a rich and colorful history, influenced over thousands of years by many cultures, societies and in the last decades by regulation. The value of caviar is historicallyExpand
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Organized crime and ethnic reputation manipulation
Criminologists often use culture andethnicity to explain crime. In thistradition, organized crime is presentedwith an exotic flavor and the list oftransnational criminal organizations readslike anExpand
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Women who traffic women: the role of women in human trafficking networks – Dutch cases
In the context of human trafficking, women are frequently portrayed as victims, whereas men are usually seen as offenders. In this article, we will demonstrate that women can also fulfil active, evenExpand
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Uncovering the illegal wildlife trade : Inside the world of poachers, smugglers and traders
This book is based on four years of PhD research on the illegal trade in wildlife by the criminologist Daan van Uhm. In this study the author explores the nature of the illegal wildlife trade.Expand
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The history of DBCP from a judicial perspective.
The efforts of workers in less-developed countries who have been exposed to 1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP) to obtain redress through the courts for damages suffered from these exposures areExpand
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Stimulating and Enhancing Partnerships Between Transplant Professionals and Law Enforcement: Recommendations
Abstract To help combat trafficking in human beings for organ removal (THBOR), transplant professionals need to do more than carry out careful, multidisciplinary screening of potential living donors;Expand
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