- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Understanding the Global Business of Forced Labour: An Introduction
- 2 Methodological Challenges in the Business of Forced Labour
- 3 The Politics of Numbers: Beyond Methodological Challenges in Research on Forced Labour
- 4 Evaluating the Political Effects of Anti-slavery and Anti-trafficking Activism
- 5 What is Forced Labour? A Practical Guide for Humanities and Social Science Research
- 6 Confronting Bias in NGO Research on Modern Slavery
- 7 Why (and How) We Need to Talk to ‘the Victims’
- 8 Researching Unfree Student Labour in Apple’s Supply Chain
- 9 Transparent Companies? Legal Research Strategies to Understand Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains
- 10 The Role of Discourse Analysis in Researching Severe Labour Exploitation
- 11 Archival Trouble: Researching Sex Trafficking in Early Twentieth-Century America
- Researching Forced Labour in the Global Economy
- Genevieve LeBaron
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