Publications from the Department of Gender and Women's Studies faculty at the University of Rhode Island.

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Submissions from 2016

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Analysis of Human Trafficking Cases in Rhode Island, 2009-2013, Faith Skodmin, Rachel Dunham, and Donna M. Hughes Dr.

Submissions from 2014

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Trafficking in Human Beings in the European Union: Gender, Sexual Exploitation, and Digital Communication Technologies, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 2012

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Prostitution online, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 2008

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Response to Cheng, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 2007

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Modern-day comfort women: The U.S. Military, transnational crime, and the trafficking of women, Donna M. Hughes, Katherine Y. Chon, and Derek P. Ellerman

Submissions from 2004

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Prostitution online, Donna M. Hughes

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The role of ‘marriage agencies’ in the sexual exploitation and trafficking of women from the former soviet union, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 2002

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The Use of New Communications and Information Technologies for Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 2001

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The transnational political criminal nexus of trafficking in women from Ukraine, Donna M. Hughes and Tatyana A. Denisova

Submissions from 2000

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The internet and sex industries: Partners in global sexual exploitation, Donna M. Hughes

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‘Welcome to the rape camp’: Sexual exploitation and the internet in Cambodia, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 1999

Sex industry and internet industry: partners in the globalization of sexual exploitation, Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 1997

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Violence against women in Belgrade, Serbia: SOS hotline 1990-1993, Zorica Mršević and Donna M. Hughes

Submissions from 1996

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War, nationalism, and rape: Women respond by opening a Centre Against Sexual Violence in Belgrade, Serbia, Donna M. Hughes and Kathleen Foster

Submissions from 1995

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Significant differences. The construction of knowledge, objectivity, and dominance, Donna M. Hughes

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Feminist Resistance in Serbia, Donna M. Hughes, Lepa Mladjenović, and Zorica Mršević