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Studying Human Trafficking and Migrant Sex Work through Social Network Analysis: A one-day Workshop

When Apr 29, 2019
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Institute of Criminology, Sidgwick Site (Basement)
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This workshop will look at the application of social network analysis to the study of human trafficking and migrant sex work.

The morning session will discuss substantive and methodological issues while the afternoon will be devoted to an introduction to social network techniques through a hands-on lab session. This workshop is open to a limited number of graduate students and researchers affiliated with the Centre for Global Human Movement. If you are not yet affiliated, please apply via info@humanmovement.cam.ac.uk

If you are interested in attending, please email Dr Paolo Campana (pc524@cam.ac.uk) detailing your current research project and the way the workshop might benefit your research. Please send your expressions of interest by Tuesday, 23rd of April (first day of Easter Term).

This workshop is co-organised by Dr Paolo Campana (Institute of Criminology, Cambridge) and Professor Kaoru Aoyama (Kobe University, Japan).