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The History and Efficacy of State Level Women PACs
The Human Trafficking Industry in Developed Nations: Trafficking Trends and Legislation in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany
This comparative study reports on the characteristics of trafficking within the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany and critically assesses data collection methods and corresponding national and regional legislation.
SOWING SUSTAINABILITY: Rice commodity pathways, NGOs, and farmers’ engagement with alternative agriculture in northeastern Thailand
Rice is the cornerstone for much of Thailand’s agricultural development, but moving from subsistence farming to commercial agriculture has greatly altered its role in the country’s northeast region. Particularly, ...
Human Trafficking and State Legislation
Different theoretical approaches to state human trafficking legislation. This paper evaluates the effectiveness of the legislation of Florida, California, and New York in terms of prosecution and victim services.