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Hidden in Plain Sight: Human Trafficking in the United States
In examining human trafficking in 25 nations throughout the world we discovered that each country has its own environmental factors that create a unique set of anti-trafficking issues and obstacles.
Women and Crime
The Insanity Defense the World Over
A Comparative Analysis of the Defense of Insanity and its Applications in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.
A Comparative Assessment of Public Opinion toward Immigrants and Immigration Policies
This article is part of a larger study of public attitudes toward immigration in seven countries that historically and currently have had different policies and practices vis-a-vis immigration. The
Public Attitudes About Property Distribution at Death and Intestate Succession Laws in the United States
Intestate succession statutes should reflect the distributive preferences of intestate decedents. To date, these distributive preferences could only be inferred from distributive patterns found in
American Women and Crime
The topic of women and crime is currently enjoying a vogue, because women, in general, and research related to many aspects of women's lives are now popular topics for research. This article analyzes