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1 Jun 2013

Autor*in:
Emily Dugan

[PDF] Forced Labour and Human Trafficking: Media Coverage in 2012

This paper: Analyses articles captured by an online database to give insight into how many victims of forced labour there are in the UK; Considers how the media gets its information and why some cases receive more coverage than others; Gives an insight into trends in human trafficking and forced labour; Suggests how under-reported crimes might be brought to due prominence.