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Human Trafficking: Research

Book Cover: From Human Trafficking To Human Rights
Book Cover: Sex Trafficking Inside The Business Of Modern Slavery
Book Cover: Human Trafficking, Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Book Cover: Responding To Human Trafficking
Book Cover: Sex Trafficking, A Clinical Guide For Nurses
Book Cover: Human Trafficking Around The World
Book Cover: Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings
DVD Cover: Nefarious
Book Cover: A Crime So Monstrous
Book Cover: Combating Human Trafficking
Book Cover: Trafficking in Human Beings
Book Cover: Trafficking Women's Human Rights

Click on a title to see details in the library catalog or browse human trafficking materials at Gumberg Library

 

Databases

Because of the interdisciplinary nature of human trafficking more than one database may be needed to locate relevant resources. Below are suggestions of databases available through Gumberg Library:

Most of these databases require current Duquesne University credentials. If you are not affiliated with Duquesne University, find a library near you and ask about access to research databases.

Choosing A Topic

Forming and answering questions is a great way to determine a topic, narrow your search, and produce better results. This can come in the form of Who, What, When, Where, or How background questions. Below are a few examples related to human trafficking: 

  • What industries are commonly associated with human trafficking?
  • Where is human trafficking most prevalent? 
  • When are people most vulnerable to human traffic trafficking?
  • How does human trafficking affect economics and trade?

Human Trafficking In The News

Stay up to date with human trafficking stories with Google News

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