Human Trafficking, Human Rights & Social Justice
Meshelemiah, J.C.A., Khalsa, S.K., Flores, E. (2020). The Impact of COVID-19 on Research with Sex Trafficked Women and Women Engaged in Commercial Sex Activities: Implications for Funding, Outreach and Engagement. SlaveFreeToday.org
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Xin, Y. & Meshelemiah, J.C.A. (In press). Safety issues for social workers in anti-trafficking work. Social Work.
Lynch, R. E., Meshelemiah, J.C.A., & Casassa, K. (2020). Multi-site field placements: An alternative option for social work students committed to fighting human trafficking. Journal of Social Work Education.
Meshelemiah, J.C.A., Gilson, C., & Prasanga, A.P.A. (2018). Use of drug dependency to entrap and control victims of human trafficking: A call for a U.S. federal human rights response. Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence, 3(3), Article 8.
Meshelemiah, J.C.A. & Sarkar, S. (2015). A comparative study of child trafficking in India and the United States. Journal of Trafficking: Organized Crime and Security, 1(2), 126-137.
Meshelemiah, J.C.A., Poole, A., & Michel, E. (2013). Creating a standard protocol for domestic minor sex trafficking victims: How child welfare workers can better facilitate better protections under the guise of the TVPA. (NASW). Specialty Practice Sections. Children, Adolescents, Youth and Family Section Connection (Winter).
Karandikar, S., Gezinski, L., & Meshelemiah, J.C.A. (2011). A qualitative examination of women involved in prostitution in Mumbai, India: The role of family and acquaintances. International Social Work. DOI: 1177/0020872811425804. Download the complete article.
Monroe [Meshelemiah], J.C.A (2005). Women in street prostitution: The result of poverty and the brunt of inequity. Journal of Poverty: Innovations on Social, Political & Economic Inequalities, 9(3), 69-88.