Bibliography

The following publications were used in developing the CSAC dataset (as of October 2020):

Al-Dayel, Nadia, Andrew Mumford & Kevin Bales (2020): Not Yet Dead: The Establishment and Regulation of Slavery by the Islamic State, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, DOI: 10.1080/1057610X.2020.1711590

Bales, Kevin and Zoe Trodd. 2008. To Plead Our Own Cause: Personal Stories by Today's Slaves. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. 

Bales, Kevin. 2012. Disposable People: New Slavery In the Global Economy, 3rdEdition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 

Beber, Bernd Beber and Christopher Blattman. “The Logic of Child Soldiering and Coercion.” International Organization/ Volume 67 / Issue 01 / January 2013, pp 65 104

Gates, Scott and Simon Reich. 2010. Child Soldiers in the Age of Fractured States. University of Pittsburg Press. 

Haer, Roos and Tobias Böhmelt. 2017. “Could Rebel Child Soldiers Prolong Civil Wars?” Cooperation and Conflict, Vol. 52(3) 332–359. 

Hoiskar, Astri Halsan. 2001. “Underage and Under Fire: An enquiry into the use of child soldiers 1994–8.” Childhood. SAGE Press. Vol. 8(3): 340–360

Lasley, Trace and Clayton Thyne. 2015. “Secession, Legitimacy and The Use of Child Soldiers.” Conflict Management and Peace Science.Vol. 32(3) 289-308.

Mahtani KR, Jefferson T, Heneghan C, et al. 2018. “What is a complex systematic review? Criteria, definition, and examples,” BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine. 23/4: 127-130.

McAlpine, Alys, Mazeda Hossain and Cathy Zimmerman. 2016. “Sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in settings affected by armed conflicts in Africa, Asia and the Middle East: systematic review.” BMC International Health and Human Rights(2016) 16:34

Skinner, Benjamin. 2008. A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-DaySlavery. Free Press. 

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