the attributes of organised crime is of benefit as it provides consistency and context; and is particularly beneficial for comparing different crime groups. This study also contains analysis of victimological factors that exist within each case. To achieve this analysis an integrated victimological framework was developed to identify victimological indicators at each phase of the trafficking process. It was identified that the type of victimisation varies during the recruitment, harbouring and exploitation phases of the human trafficking process.
|Qualification||Master of Arts|
|Award date||03 Apr 2016|
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|