THE JOURNAL OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

THE JOURNAL OF

HUMAN TRAFFICKING

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CALL FOR PAPERS:
SPECIAL ISSUE ON PERPETRATORS
The Journal of Human Trafficking announces a call for papers for a forthcoming special issue entitled Traffickers and Slaveholders: Human Rights Violators in Comparative Perspective. The special issue, Guest Edited by Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, welcomes original theoretical and empirical contributions on slaveholders and traffickers that address but are not limited to the following topics:

Frameworks for conceptualizing traffickers and slaveholders;
Restructuring financial and cultural incentives for perpetrators;
Corporate and individual perpetrators;
Contemporary emancipation and abolition approaches to perpetrators;
Contemporary policy assumptions about perpetrators;
The role of gender in the enslavement process;
Perpetrators’ response to emancipation efforts;
Structural and cultural factors related to perpetrator behavior;
Media treatment of perpetrators;
Masculinity and patriarchy;
Corporate responsibility.
Deadline for submissions: 3rd April 2015.

Follow this link to read the full Call for Papers.

ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of Human Trafficking is devoted to the dissemination of international scholarship on all issues related to trafficking in persons— from prevention and intervention, to protection and prosecution. The journal’s focus is inclusive to men, women, children, and transgendered individuals and open to all types of trafficking— bonded labor, forced labor, sexual exploitation, and child trafficking. Submissions on any aspect of the phenomenon are encouraged and should include but are not limited to articles on pre-trafficking circumstances/situations (e.g. economic hardships/poverty), recruitment, transit, experiences during exploitation, types of exploitation, departure, re-integration, service/care and rehabilitation of victims, as well as prevention, prosecution, and policy analyses.

The Journal of Human Trafficking publishes research on human trafficking from a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, anthropology, criminology, communications, family studies, forensic science, social work, sociology, law, medicine, nursing and public health, psychology, and public policy. Although focused on research, the journal serves as a bridge between theory, applied research and practice to help fill the gap in understanding between scholars and practitioners.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS
The Journal of Human Trafficking receives all manuscript submissions electronically via its Editorial Manager site located at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jht. Editorial Manager allows for submission of original and revised manuscripts, and facilitates the review process and internal communication between authors, editors, and reviewers via a web-based platform. Editorial Manager technical support can be accessed at http://www.editorialmanager.com/robohelp/10.1/index.htm.

If you have any other requests, please contact Rochelle Dalla, Editor-in-Chief, at rdalla1@unl.edu and Donna Sabella, Associate Editor, at ds842@drexel.edu.

Follow this link to read the full Instructions for Authors.

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