Understanding Global Slavery: A Reader

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Index
abeed slaves, 116
abolition movement, 30–31, 36, 41, 71
abolition of slavery laws, 113
academic expert reports, 100
Africa, 7. See also West Africa
African Americans, 6, 36
age factors, 114
aggregate information. See macro-level analysis
agriculture. See farming
AIDA model of marketing, 204n9
AIDS, 139
Albania, 166–67
Albrow, Martin, 32, 112, 113
alienation, 55, 57
Amazon rain forest destruction, 20
American Civil War, 5
American colonies, 30–31, 36
ancient world, slavery in, 28–29
Anderson, Bridget, 158–59, 162
Anti-Slavery International, 71, 81–66, 172–73; diversification, 77–78; reports, 98–99
antislavery laws, 16. See also laws
antislavery movement: bureaucratization, 76; human rights campaign, 70–73; mass campaign, 73–75; redemption debate, 119–22
Anti-Slavery Society, 71–77. See also AntiSlavery International
anti-trafficking protocol, 49–50, 128
appearance factors, 142
apprenticeships, 12–14. See also placements
armed conflict, 64–66
arms market, 15–19
Aronowitz, A. A., 144
arrival stage, of Trafficking, 146
assessment of measures, 96–102
attitude scale, 102, 198n12
Australia, 168
autonomy concept, 56
Bajrektarevic, A., 144
Barry, Kathleen, 65
Baumeister, Roy, 25–27, 32
Behn, Aphra, 29
Benin, 13–14
Big Dig project (Boston), 17
“big picture” of slavery, 10–15
bin Laden, Osama, 80
bonded labor. See debt bondage
Booth, Charles, 199n31
boredom factor, 12–14
Boston, 17
boycotts, 22–23, 72, 174
brainwashing, 146
Brazil, 20, 79
brick making, 94–95
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 73–74. See also Anti-Slavery Society
British antislavery movement, 70–73
Brownback, Sam, 99

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